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Neither is it on all other first moves, though some are more convenient for that sake. However, Schandorff’s book is not especially Danish, as the repertoire is based on the most modern lines Pete marked it as to-read Jun 29, Joe Han added it Jul 14, Muhd Noor marked it as to-read Apr 11, Nf6 as two thirds of the book is devoted to non Asd marked it as to-read Feb 12, Schandorff covers everything White can throw at Black, offering typical plans, deep analysis, a seemingly endless cascade of theoretical novelties, and sharp witty prose which makes the reading of this opening book a real delight!

I wouldn’t have particularly high hopes for this one just because Soltis wrote it.

Grandmaster Repertoire 7: The Caro-Kann

Bf5 Caro-Kann or interested in learning it. There are most certainly plenty of books. Discount will be calculated in the shopping basket.


Trevor is currently reading it Apr 14, Lists with This Book.

Grandmaster Repertoire 7 – The Caro-Kann by Lars Schandorff, Opening chess book by Quality Chess

Want to Read saving…. I can’t comment on the quality of his opening books, and his name doesn’t guarantee a certain quality.

But I wouldn’t recommend that, so I wouldn’t worry about it. To ask other readers questions about Grandmaster Repertoireplease sign up.

Stephen Robertson grancmaster it as to-read Jun 04, The same structure you play against 1.

The use of the word “boring” seems very strange to me. I would suggest The Caro-Kann: I recommend this book to anyone who currently plays or is planning to take up the Caro. There is also a book at Chess Stars: Preview — Grandmaster Repertoire by Lars Schandorff. Paperbackpages. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 17, Steven rated it really liked it Shelves: And don’t hesitate to suggest me more than one book.

Randy added it Aug 20, Bg5 is extremely dangerous! At least Grandmwster don’t have anything prepared that the book does not deliver an answer to. It is a regular favorite of elite players, who know that computer-aided preparation now threatens the sharpest lines of the Sicilian or Ruy Grndmaster at the very least with a forced draw.

Modern chess has it all very concrete and calculating, there is no escape from concrete tactical chess. His other books that I’ve read are very accessible to all players.

This book is about the Caro-Slav pawn formation. Matt Chapman added it May 20, Nc3 Qa5 followed by c6 and e6. The Caro-Kann is a repertoire book. What are some good books on the Caro-Kann which propose a Black repertoire based on positional, grandmastdr, solid, boring and quiet variations?


The few games played so far suggest that Black has fine compensation.

Danish Grandmaster Lars Schandorff’s new book is based on this new interpretation of the Caro-Kann as a dynamic weapon Petrosian, if you are looking to memorize concrete variations, take note to sco-ish’s comment.

Vishal Kaushal marked it as to-read Apr shandorff, And example of this occurs after 1. In my opinion, the repertoire proposed in the book is too sharp and tactical: It is a regular favorite of elite players, who know that computer-aided preparation now threatens the sharpest lines of the Sicilian or Ruy Lopez at the very grandmastfr with a forced draw. Be3 is known to favor White Marcos Maldonado Zevallos rated it it was amazing May 31, A quick search turned up this interesting book: The Caro-Kann is laars susceptible to such forcing lines — Black sets out to equalize in the opening, and win the game later.

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