Play the Najdorf (Everyman Chess)

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In this book Grandmaster and opening expert John Emms produces a comprehensive but workable black repertoire against all of White's possible options in the Najdorf. The Najdorf is one of the most sharp, dynamic, and popular openings that Black can pla
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ISBN-13: 9781857443233
ISBN-10: 1857443233
Pagini: 192
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 151 x 238 x 11 mm
Greutate: 0.3 kg
Ediția: First.
Seria Everyman Chess

Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Notă biografică

John Emms is one of Britain's strongest Grandmasters and has represented England in various team tournaments. He has many works to his name, and is also a co-author of the very popular openings bible "Nunn's Chess Openings."

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The Najdorf Sicilian is one of the most sharp, dynamic and popular openings that Black can play and is a firm favorite amongst the world s elite players, including world number one Garry Kasparov. From very early on, Black unbalances the game to a reach a position in which one can play for the win without exceptional risk. The soundness of the Najdorf has never been seriously doubted, but some players can be put off by the ever-spiraling amount of theory amassed on this great opening. In Play the Najdorf: Scheveningen Style, however, Grandmaster and openings expert John Emms condenses this mountain to produce a workable black repertoire against all of White s possible options. Emms concentrates on lines where Black adopts a very early ..e7-e6, thus establishing the well-known Scheveningen pawn structure. Play the Najdorf explains an opening championed by Garry Kasparov; is written by a renowned openings theoretician; covers all of White s main replies."