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In the Stonewall Dutch Black places his pawns on f5, e6, d5 and c6 and, having stabilised the centre, aims for an attack against white's kingside. The ideas behind the Stonewall were first worked out by former World Champion Mikhail Botvinnik. Later Grandmasters Artur Yusupov, Nigel Short, Sergei Dolmatov and others popularised new ideas for Black, with an early ..d5; and .. Bd6.
This book explains the latest ideas in the Stonewall against all White's major options, including Nf3 with g3/Bh2, Nh3 with g3/Bg2, setups without a kingside fianchetto and the London System.
The Stonewall setup contains many positional ideas, for both sides, which are explained in the book. A good understanding of these is essential to playing it successfully.
Grandmaster Milos Pavlovic .was born in Belgrade in 1964 and has won many chess tournaments worldwide including becoming Yugoslav Champion in 2002. A well-known theoretician, he has published many well-received chess books and numereous articles in a variety of chess magazines.
Published 2020, softback, 200 pages.