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Bd2 37 6 Schandorff covers everything White can throw at Black, offering typical plans, deep analysis, a seemingly endless cascade of theoretical novelties, and sharp witty prose which makes the reading of this opening schandrff a real delight!
David marked it as to-read Apr 23, Practical Decisions in Critical Moments. Starting out the Caro-Kann by Joe Gallagher is quite good also.
Grandmaster Repertoire: The Caro-Kann
Smyslov, the endgame virtuoso, has a significant number of games too, seeing as the first few chapters cover the Smyslov variation of the classical lines.
This approach didn’t catch on in a big way until the last decade when players like Bareev, Motylev and Jakovenko started using it regularly and even the elite Kramnik, Anand and Topalov gave it a try. Mick Slick rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Because most books on this opening fail to live up to expectations.
However, he points out an alternative idea that I never saw before: The first thing that must be understood is that Grandmaster Repertoire 7: This book is about the Caro-Slav pawn formation. A Practical Black Repertoire with d5, c6.
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Robin Tran marked it as to-read Mar 14, Nf6 as two thirds of the book is devoted to non In my opinion, the repertoire proposed in the book is too sharp and tactical: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Soltis’ “real” books are repertoide general excellent, but he also churned out dozens of opening books for Chess Digest, like this one, that are not very high quality, especially by today’s standards e. In fact, this section really stands out, though I did notice one regrettable omission: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
The few games played so far suggest that Black has fine compensation. Grandmaster Lars Schandorff reveals a bulletproof chess opening repertoire and lucidly explains how Black should play the middle and endgame.
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Grandmaster Repertoire: The Caro-Kann by Lars Schandorff
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What I would like is a book suggesting much more positional, strategic, solid, boring and quiet variations:. There is also a book at Chess Stars: Neither is it on all other first moves, though some are more convenient for that sake. Bryan rated it really liked it Jul 14, Against the Classical he wants to castle on opposite sides Against the Short Variation of the Advance he wants to play tne But I wouldn’t recommend that, so I wouldn’t worry about it.
Refresh and try again. I recommend this book to anyone who currently plays or is planning to take up the Caro. It will take a trained psychotherapist to delete it.
Grandmaster Repertoire 7: The Caro-Kann – Lars Schandorff
The only drawback of Khalifman is its “agedness” and the lack of explanations, it gives many variations and you to have to work out the variations given to understand the points of moves, almost no explanation, but professional.
Soltis analyzes the Caro-Slav formation in his classic book “Pawn Structure Chess”, but here you will find a practical guide to using it in tournament games. Trevor is currently reading it Apr 14, David Barker marked it as to-read May 03, Caro-Kann eepertoire that are aware of the perils of coming face to face with 5. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
People who bought this also bought: Lars Schandorff is a chess grandmaster from Denmark who is renowned for his opening preparation. View sample pages pdf. Lee Wei rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Petrosian, if you are looking to memorize concrete variations, take note to sco-ish’s comment.
Modern chess has it all very concrete and calculating, there is no escape from concrete tactical chess. His earlier book, Playing the Queen’s Gambit, received superb reviews. Charles rated it really liked it Aug 04, Grandmaster Repertoire 1 – 10 of 28 books. You will have to make a mix of all those books to put up by yourself a convenient for you repertoire. To ask other readers questions about Grandmaster Repertoireplease sign up.
Other books in the series. Pete marked it as to-read Jun 29, Instead, Schandorff puts together a very sound Caro-Kann repertoire that offers a mix of solid laars that also give reasonable chances to take the full point.