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Bogdanov: The Grünfeld

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'Chess Explained books provide an understanding of an opening and the middlegames to which it leads, enabling you to find the right moves and plans in your own games. It is as if you were sitting at the board with a chess coach answering your questions about the plans for both sides, the ideas behind particular moves, and what specific knowledge you need to have.
\r\nThe Grünfeld Defence is one of the most aggressive openings at Black\''s disposal. He creates immediate imbalance and plans to strike at White\''s centre with all available resources. An insipid response from White may not even retain equality, so in the main lines he takes up the gauntlet: he creates a large pawn-centre and puts this to use to launch an attack. While the theory of these lines has been extensively developed, there is a coherent logical thread running through them: the Grünfeld is essentially an opening of grand ideas, which need to be understood well in order to get to grips with the theory and handle the resulting positions. This book provides a discussion of all major lines, and a special contribution from Viacheslav Eingorn on the key ideas of the Rb1 Exchange main line, which he was instrumental in developing in the 1970s and 1980s.
\r\nInternational Master Valentin Bogdanov has over thirty years\'' experience as a chess trainer, and is from Ukraine. His pupils include Moskalenko, Savchenko and Drozdovsky, and he has acted as a second for the well-known grandmaster and theoretician Viacheslav Eingorn since the late 1970s.
\r\nSymbols 4
\r\nIntroduction 5
\r\n1 Fianchetto Grünfeld: White Plays g3 6
\r\n2 Non-Standard Lines with cxd5 24
\r\n3 Classical Exchange Variation: White Plays Ne2 38
\r\n4 Modern Exchange Variation: White Plays Nf3 52
\r\n5 Modern Exchange Variation with Rb1 61
\r\n6 Russian System: White Plays Qb3 83
\r\n7 Lines with Bf4 or Bg5 98
\r\n8 Closed Systems: White Plays e3 116
\r\nList of Games 125
\r\nIndex of Variations 126
\r\n127 Seiten, 2009, kartoniert, englisch.'