Winning With the Slav (Batsford Chess Library)

Winning With the Slav (Batsford Chess Library)

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به ازای خرید این محصول 6 امتیاز از باشگاه مشتریان ایگرد دریافت خواهید کرد.

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  • Why do so many Grandmasters play the Slav? Is it the opening's resilience? Its counterattacking potential? Or the ease with which all Black's pieces can find effective postings?

  • This book, by two leading Siberian masters, explains in detail all the themes behind this uncompromising defense. Their personal experience with the Slav against the top Russian players enables them to prescribe effective remedies to all White's unusual approaches, and to explain how Black is to find counterchances against the solid main line, in which White gains a pawn center that, although large, can easily prove to be unwieldy.

نظرات یا سوالات خود را در مورد این کالا با ما در میان بگذارید.

  • با ثبت نظر 5 امتیاز از باشگاه مشتریان ایگرد دریافت خواهید کرد.

  • صفحه کلید خود را در حالت زبان فارسی قرار دهید.
  • در نظرات خود، تجربه، نحوه استفاده از کالا و سایر نکاتی که به نظرتان برای مشتریان ایگرد مفید به نظر می رسد را اعلام کنید.
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Winning With the Slav (Batsford Chess Library)
Yuri Markov
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Why do so many Grandmasters play the Slav? Is it the opening's resilience? Its counterattacking potential? Or the ease with which all Black's pieces can find effective postings? ,This book, by two leading Siberian masters, explains in detail all the themes behind this uncompromising defense. Their personal experience with the Slav against the top Russian players enables them to prescribe effective remedies to all White's unusual approaches, and to explain how Black is to find counterchances against the solid main line, in which White gains a pawn center that, although large, can easily prove to be unwieldy.