A Surprise Weapon for Black
The author investigates the system 1.d4,d5; 2.c4,c5!? - a complete and surprising chess opening repertoire for Black against 1.d4. Blacks attitude is as active and ambitious as that of White in the Queens Gambit.
The former Russian Chess Champion Alexey Bezgodov concludes that there is no clear and compelling way for White to reach an advantage.
The fresh ideas and the clear explanations in The Double Queens Gambit may change your view on modern chess opening theory. Bezgodov provides dozens of exercises to test your understanding of his system.
Alexey Bezgodov (1969) is a Russian Grandmaster and writer. He was Russian Champion in 1993 and came shared first in the 1999 Ukrainian Championship. He is the author of 'The Extreme Caro-Kann' and 'The Liberated Bishop's Defence', two other highly original chess opening books.
Published 2015, softback, 288 pages.Sample pages (pdf)