Publisher: Everyman Chess; First Edition edition | 2011 | ISBN: 1857446429 | 208 pages | PDF | 3,6 MB
We have all experienced nasty gambits and ultra-aggressive opening play. It’s scary and it’s always been difficult to find good, practical advice on how to react. Now, however, help is at hand.
In this book, Sam Collins tackles the important subject of gambit play and gambit defence.
He explores in depth the basic approaches, the typical mistakes made at all levels and explains how to avoid them. He also examines the techniques used by world-class players to defend and counterattack, and explains how you can learn from them. In addition, he covers some key theory of many popular gambits in modern chess.