Luis Javier Bernal (1971) is an International Master from Spain, an experienced chess trainer and a well-known journalist.
CHESS Magazine (UK): "These days White often dodges the main line, not least with 4.d3, and here Bernal’s coverage is especially up to date, while also including at times some slightly offbeat counters."
Heins Daubler, Der Neue Tag Newspaper: "The claim of ‘unraveling’ the Berlin is completely justified (..) An extremely instructive and clear-cut work."
Glenn Flear, author of 'Starting Out: the Open Games': “The book is classy. Luis Bernal investigates the latest theoretical developments, but hasn't skimped on explanation. He covers with equal verve both sidelines and cutting-edge variations with enough detail to get the message across, but without over-stuffing the notes (..) A rich tapestry of ideas, drama, and humour (..) It's an excellent example of an author giving the reader essential information, rather than propaganda.”
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Zustand NEW | NEU | NOUVEAU | NIEUW | NUEVO | NY | НОВЫЙ | NOWOŚĆ Produktart Schachbuch Seitenzahl 272 pages, softcover EAN 9789056917401 ISBN 978-90-5691-740-1 Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein Gewicht in g 504 Sprache Englisch Autor/en Luis Javier Bernal Herausgegeben 2017 Verlag New In Chess Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage