Build a 1.d4 Repertoire

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Build a 1.d4 Repertoire
27,50 €
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Creating a Repertoire can be a difficult and demanding job, especially for those with limited study time. Attempts to implement a lot of new openings at the same time can set a player adrift in a sea of unknown chess patterns. This in turn can have a catastrophic impact on their game. On this DVD Nigel Davies explains how to go about this process of building a repertoire the right way, with a minimal amount of stress or sweeping wholesale changes.

Lieferzeit: 2-3 Tage

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Instead of changing everything at once he proposes that you start out with a Queen’s Pawn Opening such as the London System, Torre Attack or Colle System and then build on these openings step by step. After playing 1.d4 and 2.Nf3 you will gradually introduce lines with 3.c4 whilst acquiring an understanding of the middle games this will lead to. Davies makes specific recommendations about which variations you should play and the order in which they should be introduced. In the final stage of their repertoire development players may wish to switch to 1.d4 and 2.c4, but with the groundwork having been properly laid. At the end of the DVD Davies explains how to go about this and discusses some of the issues involved. Running time: 5 hours

Nigel Davies is an International Grandmaster and highly respected chess coach. He has more than 35 years tournament experience with 1.d4 and has advised many of his students on the repertoire building process.

Bibliographische Angaben

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Zustand Neu
Produktart Schachbuch
Seitenzahl Nein
EAN 9783866811638
ISBN 978-3-86681-163-8
Maße (Länge x Breite) 19 x 14,5 cm
Gewicht in g Nicht verfügbar
Sprache Englisch
Autor/en Nigel Davies
Herausgegeben Nicht verfügbar
Verlag ChessBase Schachprogramme Schachdatenbank Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage
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