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Starting Out: d-pawn Attacks

Starting Out: d-pawn Attacks

Ref: p4578

Product type: Printed book

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Richard Palliser

In this book Richard Palliser provides in-depth coverage of the Colle-Zukertort System, the Barry Attack and the 150 Attack as component parts of a complete 1.d4 repertoire for White. The Colle-Zukertort forms the main-stay of the repertoire but is not so effective when Black replies 1..Nf6; and 2..g6. In this case Palliser recommends 3.Nc3 with either the Barry Attack (4.Bf4) or the 150 Attack (4.e4, 5.Be3) to follow, depending on whether Black plays 3..d5; or 3..d6/Bg7. The repertoire is clearly explained and illustrated using 34 annotated, key games and verbal commentary with hints, tips and tricks throughout. The book includes indexes of variations and games.

As with all the Starting Out series, the book is distinguished by it's easy-to read layout, lucid explanations of the fundamentals, and the abundance of notes, tips and warnings to help the reader absorb vital ideas. Starting Out opening books are aimed at experienced chess players who have little experience of the openings in question and who wish to incorporate them into their repertoire.

Richard Palliser is an International Master with numerous tournament successes to his name, and in 2006 he became Joint British Rapidplay Champion. He has already established a reputation as a thorough and well-researched chess writer.

Published 2008, softback, 272 pages.

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