King’s Indian 2

kr 340,00

Denne bokserien tilbyr sort et komplett repertoar med Kongeindisk forsvar.

Gawain Jones har skrevet en fabelaktig bibel om en av de store, klassisk sjakkåpningene.

Bind 1 dekker hovedlinjene 1.d4 Ff6 2.c4 g6 3.Sc3 Lg7 4.e4 d6
Bind 2 dekker i hovedsak det bind 1 ikke dekker, som firbondeangrep, Averbach-angrep og fianchettosystemer.

Dette er en del av et tobindsverk: The King’s Indian
[Bind 1] [Bind 2]

Grandmaster Repertoire er en serie med høykvalitetsbøker basert på hovedlinjene, skrevet av sterke stormestere. Målet er å gi leseren et komplett repertoar på et nivå som er godt nok for eliteturneringer, og selvfølgelig også for klubbmesterskapet.

Grandmaster Repertoire gir et repertoar som varer livet ut.

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Beskrivelse

King’s Indian 2 is the concluding volume of a complete repertoire for Black. GM Gawain Jones is the ideal guide, as a world-class player and longstanding expert on the King’s Indian. This book version of Jones’s Chessable course has been extensively edited and reorganized by Quality Chess.

Volume 1 analysed the main lines after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6. This book picks up where the previous one left off, showing how to defang the Averbakh and Four Pawns Attack, before moving on to the popular Fianchetto System. Jones also offers extensive coverage of the various Anti-King’s Indian options White may try after 1.d4 Nf6, as well as a detailed guide to using the King’s Indian against 1.c4, 1.Nf3 and other first moves – everything except 1.e4!

The King’s Indian is an ideal weapon to combine dynamic counterattacking play with complete theoretical soundness. A past favourite of both Fischer and Kasparov, it continues to perform well at the highest levels of modern chess. With top-notch analysis and insightful verbal explanations, King’s Indian 1 & 2 offer everything you need to play this opening with confidence.

GM Gawain Jones is an English grandmaster, twice British Champion and winner of the 2020 European Blitz Championship. He continues to use the King’s Indian as his main weapon against the world elite.

 

Reviews

“Jones writes well, supplying a wealth of verbal description to go alongside plenty of variations. Indeed, the club player would learn plenty just from reading the key text passages and studying the main lines. More advanced players and real King’s Indian aficionados will, of course, want to play through everything.”

CHESS magazine

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Vekt0,9 kg
Dimensjoner30 × 20 × 3 cm
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