Shop | September 18, 2012 14:51

New & full of opening novelties: Yearbook 104

Yearbook 104 has arrived! In this issue of The Chess Player's Guide to Opening News you will find answers to urgent questions like:

  • What was behind Gelfand’s approach to Anand’s Chebanenko Slav?
  • How did Gajewski improve his famous Gambit in the Ruy Lopez?
  • Is 9.Kf2 in the Alapin Slav more than just a mouse-slip or a Fingerfehler?
  • Why does Aronian play the Delayed Cozio only in blitz and rapid games?
  • How good is Nakamura’s 2.f4 against the French?
  • How did Kramnik revive the Scotch Game once again?
  • What did Ray Robson forget in the Dragon Sicilian?
  • Why not sacrifice an exchange on h5 in the Dutch?
  • and more ...

Please, have a look at the full contents of Yearbook 104!

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