eBook English: Franco, Slav and Flank Defences (1...P-K3, 1...P-KN3, 1...P-KB4, 1...P-QB3, 1...P-QN3, 1...Others download
by John L. Watson
Author: John L. Watson
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (March 26, 1981)
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ISBN13:9780713426908. Release Date:December 1981.
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Volume 4 covers the wide variety of defences to . -QB4 not dealt with in the previous three volumes.
English: Franco, Slav And Flank Defences An authoritative series: John Watson's systematic coverage of all variations of the English Opening. International Master John Watson's classic work on the English Opening is still the only comprehensive treatment of this dependable opening, one which has always had a large following among the world's best players. Volume 4 covers the wide variety of defences to . A good many of these are 'Flank Defences', favouring fianchetto systems or wing attacks.
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Find nearly any book by John L. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers P-K3, .Others: ISBN 9780713426908 (978-0-7134-2690-8) Hardcover, Batsford, 1981. English, Vol. 2: N-KB3 Systems (Contemporary Chess Openings). ISBN 9780713420876 (978-0-7134-2087-6) Hardcover, Batsford, 1979.
First published in 1981 A good many of these are 'Flank Defences', favouring fianchetto systems or wing.
International Master John Watson's classic work on the English Opening is still the only comprehensive treatment of this dependable opening. First published in 1981. Black also has the choice of a number of moves that can transpose into a standard Queen's Pawn (. 4) or King's Pawn (. 4) opening. This book shows that White can go his own way instead and create fascinating play in which both sides have their chances.