GRANDMASTER SECRETS THE CARO-KANN PDF
Gambit Chess publication: Grandmaster Secrets: the Caro-Kann – Peter Wells. I also play the Caro-Kann, and have for years. As I play E4, I also play against it. I like to attack the black bishop with an early g4 supported by the queen. Game 1. Kiril D Georgiev vs Nisipeanu, (B18) Caro-Kann, Classical, 69 moves, Game 2. P Haba vs Z Gyimesi, (B18) Caro-Kann, Classical.
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I cannot recall another opening book that I have seen with such copious, clearly written and insightful faro-kann explanations! He was runner-up grandmater the British Championship inandand qualified for the knockout stages of FIDE’s world championship in The Caro-Kann Everyman Chess: This book is an absolute labor of love, and Wells in his intro even thanks his editor for putting up with publishing delays as the author tried to write the perfect opening work.
These book is not a repertoire and is not exhaustive from a theory standpoint. Wells is a much-acclaimed writer, noted for his work on both opening play and middlegame strategy.
Jim Cunningham rated it really liked it Jan 08, The Caro-Kann is one of the most popular responses to 1 e4.
Which is often not the case with opening books. How-Huan Chen is currently reading it Feb 05, Though I must say that I’m incredibly impressed by Karpov’s books.
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The second game, Haba — Gyimesi, deals with the much sharper seceets where Black castles short and allows White Bishop to remain on f4. He played four matches Spassky, Sokolov, Kamsky and Timman where the Caro-Kann was his main defence, and he and his team must have put in hundreds or even thousands of hours of work preparing it. An excellent introduction for intermediate players. I can’t find a thing wrong with this book.
I hugely enjoy books with large blocks of text explanations, and GM Peter Wells surely provided lots of it. Main Line with 4…Nd7 3.
George Alexander marked it as to-read Oct 27, Share your thoughts with other customers. What do you do once you are 10 or so moves into the main variations? Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. I like to attack the black bishop with an early g4 supported by the queen attacking the bishop.
These book is not a repertoire and is not exhaustive from a theory standpoint. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Although this looks risky, played correctly it’s perfectly safe and gives white a good king side attack on the Caro-Kann.
Donald rated it liked it Jul 23, Wells [is] in the vanguard of writers who push the quality of chess books ever forward.
It omits minor lines such as the Spielmann Variation 1.
Forums Chess Openings newengland7. Brett is currently reading it Dec 24, Nf6 as well as sections on the 2 Pawns Attack and various White tries like the KIA and 2 Knights variation all help anyone interested in the C-K from either side to gain insight.
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I thought about playing the Caro-Kann as Black since I now have this outstanding book on itand there’s everything Grandmastsr could need, especially verbal explanations, to find my feet against any White attack that would actually bother me. If you’re a casual xecrets who’s trying to find an opening that helps you get a bit better, you might want to consider buying it. It omits minor lines such as the Spielmann Variation 1. Now, pretty much whatever White does, you’ve set yourself up to play AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
I read a few lines and it seems that it is more a literary work.