Reviews - Buchbesprechungen:
„After all, two of the best (in terms of both thorough coverage and independent analysis) openings books of the past decade have been devoted to these flank openings, namely Keilhack’s Knight on the Left: 1.Nc3, and Jacobs and Tait’s Nimzo-Larsen Attack.“ Richard Palliser in the preface of "Unusual Chess Openings"
"If you have a liking for the unusual and daring, you will probably not find many books this year that are better than this one!" (Carsten Hansen on Chesscafe, Checkpoint September 2003)
"A marvelous investigation of the eccentric (so far!) development of the queen's knight on the first move ... I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to get off the beaten path." (John Watson, The Week in Chess, Book Reviews #56)
"I hope that both regular and alternative players will read and enjoy this book. I myself certainly did, and not only because it was a pleasure to see the concepts I had developed so long ago worked out in so many different ways. The most important thing is that this book may stimulate more players to play this opening, for I know that it can give a lot of playing pleasure and fun." (Dick van Geet, New in Chess Yearbook #68)
Über den Autor:
The author, FM Harald Keilhack, first attracted attention with his 1994 book on the Tarrasch Defence. He works as editor of the Schachverlag Kania and as chess correspondent for the Stuttgarter Zeitung. For this English language edition he has thoroughly updated the original German manuscript, published in 2003.The author, FM Harald Keilhack, first attracted attention with his 1994 book on the Tarrasch Defence.
- Bibliographische Angaben
Zustand Very good condition Produktart Chessbook english Seitenzahl 383 pages EAN 9783931192297 ISBN 978-3-931192-29-7 Maße (Länge x Breite) 21,5 x 15 cm Gewicht in g 723 g Sprache Englisch Autor/en Harald Keilhack Herausgegeben 2005 Verlag Schachverlag Kania Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage