Nimzo-Larsen Attack: The Ever Popular Main Lines with 4 E3 (Everyman Chess)

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – March 2001
In this, the first book on the Nimzo-Larsen Attack for more than ten years, Byron Jacobs and Jonathan Tait explain how you can use this dynamic opening to attack your opponent from move one. The Nimzo-Larsen Attack has been unfairly neglected in recent times, and this book aims to redress the balance.
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ISBN-13: 9781857442861
ISBN-10: 1857442865
Pagini: 192
Ilustrații: d.
Dimensiuni: 151 x 206 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.37 kg
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Jonathan Tait is a former British correspondence champion and editor of the quarterly magazine Correspondence Chess. He is well known for his analytical articles of many tactical opening systems. International master Byron Jacobs is a highly experienced chess author and journalist

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The Nimzo-Larsen Attack (1 b3) enables White to take his opponent out of his stride from the very first move. By avoiding the theoretical landmines of openings such as the Sicilian and King's Indian Defences, White is able to steer the game towards a pure battle of chess skill, rather than a test of memory. Furthermore, as the games of exponents such as Grandmaster Julian Hodgson have shown, the Nimzo-Larsen Attack often provokes an overreaction by Black, causing him to overextend his position and thereby leave himself open to an early knockout blow.This guide explains the basic elements, strategies and tactics for both sides. It provides everything you need to start playing the Nimzo-Larsen Attack straightaway and is an ideal battle manual for competitive players. (6 1/4 x 9 1/4, 192 pages, b&w diagrams)