Grandmaster Repertoire is a series of high quality chess books based on the main lines, written by strong grandmasters. The aim is to provide. Grandmaster Repertoire The Tarrasch Defence. Glasgow: Quality Chess Europe, ISBN PB $ Jacob Aagaard. Grandmaster Repertoire 10 – The Tarrasch Defence by Nikolaos Ntirlis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery.
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With White to move, the computer thinks this is equal. The book is a masterful study of a defense that has been considered somewhat dubious for many years. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. OP, I think the book does a good job of explaining 4…cxd4 in the final chapter. The bar has been raised. It seems to me that most readers would have been better served by a repertoire based around 9. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. They take the time and make the effort to go just that litle bit further, that little bit deeper. IM John Donaldson full review. Click here to email us. Having worked through the book, and with the advantage of some critical distance, my answer is a VERY qualified yes.
Let me try to answer this once and for all:. The book is ground breaking and sets new standards for the future of opening books.
Grandmaster Repertoire 10 – The Tarrasch Defence : Grandmaster Jacob Aagaard :
This book is an important contribution to opening theory and is highly recommended, without reservation. Bg5 c4, Ntirlis and Aagaard radically change the theoretical landscape for this classic opening, with analysis checked many times over and an ocean of new ideas. Move by Move Price: ChessPub readers, of course, knew about this line much earlier than did the general public. Get to Know Us. Players who defend the Tarrasch do so knowing that they will often have to defend the IQP.
GM10 is, quite obviously, a work that is deeply indebted to computer analysis. Bg5 which can press Black hard. This is a Very very very good opening book.
Grandmaster Repertoire 10 – The Tarrasch Defence by Nikolaos Ntirlis and Jacob Aagaard
Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. This book offers an up-to-date analysis of the opening in twenty chapters, beginning with the main Rubinstein setup where White plays g3 and examining alternative systems in later chapters. Incredible grandmsster and original analysis, loaded with novelties and great ideas. I am a bit disappointed, actually.
Nc3 c5 and leads to dynamic play. I also tarrasxh a little disappointed to find out that my reward for playing a long variation with a lot of tricky moves was to arrive in an endgame for which the main thing going for it is that it is possible to hold.
White can deviate, as Avrukh recommends in the first of his 1.
The analysis is very deep but the main lines are somewhat impractical. See and discover other items: Write a customer review. Still, the voluminous analysis in GM10 is checked and double-checked by our metal friends, and some of the key moves that save the 9…c4 lines particularly 16…c5 in chapter 8 were computer discoveries. I do not go into multiple comments on various “lines” and I comment only on my reactions to a book.
Taken together, the analysis of these three moves takes up approximately 35 pages of GM10; most notably, after Nxc6 bxc6 Wenzel-Markevich, White improves with Email required Address never made public. It has been championed by attacking players such as Garry Kasparov and Boris Spassky. Aagaard and Ntirlis obviously poured immense time and effort into their analysis, finding tricky solutions to difficult problems again and again.
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I usually, only buy opening books which include complete games for analysis. Nikolaos Ntirlis is a computer specialist and successful trainer from Greece.