Sabtu, 19 Mei 2012

Mastering the Chess Openings Volume 3 - John Watson

General Introduction
Introduction to the English Opening
Reversing the Sicilian: 2nd Moves
Working from the Ground Up
Najdorf and Dragon Aspirations
Improved Alekhine-Sicilian
Introduction to 2.Nc3: Black Plays Flexibly
Advancing the f-Pawn
The Bishop Sortie 2... Bb4
The Ultra-Flexible 2... d6: Introduction
Active Lines with 3.d4
The Positional Approach
2... Nf6 and g3 Systems
Introduction to 2... Nf6
Black's 3rd-Move Options
The Modern Variation: 3... Bb4
Digression on the Rossolimo Sicilian
Keres Defence
White Plays 2.g3
Four Knights Variation
Slower White Approaches
Central Assault with 4.d4
The Cautious 4.e3
The Main Line: 4.g3
4... Bb4 and its Descendants
Reversed Dragon: 4... D5
Three Knights and Closed English
Three Knights Variation
The Independent 3... F5
Introduction to the Closed English
Closed English with Nf3
Closed English with e3
Botvinnik Systems: 5... E4
Pure Symmetrical Variation
The Traditional 5.e3
Flank Attack with 5.a3
Symmetrical Botvinnik: 5.e4
Pure Symmetrical with 5.Nf3: Introduction
Traditional Main Line with 5... Nf6
Symmetrical with 5... e5
Central Counterattack with 5... e6
Main Line with 2.Nf3 and d4
Introduction to 2.Nf3
Variations with 2... Nc6
2... Nf6 and the Symmetrical Four Knights
Four Knights with 6.a3
Four Knights with 6.Ndb5
Four Knights with 6.g3
Anti-Benoni Variations
Asymmetrical Variations
Nimzowitsch's 5.e4 and Grunfeld Relations
The Knight Tour 5... Nb4
Exchange with 5... Nxc3
Keres-Parma Variation
Rubinstein System
The Hedgehog Variation
Traditional Line with 8.Qxd4
Modern Line with 7.Re1
Mikenas Attack and Nimzo-English
Mikenas Attack: Introduction
Central Challenge with 3... d5
Gambit Line with 3... c5
Nimzo-English Variation: Introduction
Classical 4.Qc2 Variation
The 4.g4 Flank Attack
King's Indian Variations
Botvinnik Variation vs the King's Indian
The Closed English Formation

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