Gambiteer I: A Hard-Hitting Chess Opening Repertoire for White

Gambiteer I: A Hard-Hitting Chess Opening Repertoire for White

by Nigel Davies

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Overview

In his two-volume Gambiteer series, opening expert Nigel Davies produces a complete opening repertoire which is certainly not for the feint-hearted: uncompromising and wild attacking ideas for both colours. This first volume deals with a gambit-style approach for White; the second volume will concentrate on an ambitious black repertoire. All of the opening lines Davies advocates in this book lead to positions of open warfare, where sharp, tactical play completely dominates dreary positional subtleties.*A complete opening repertoire for White*A feast of blood-thirsty chess*Ideal for the attack-minded player

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781857445169
Publisher: Everyman Chess
Publication date: 05/01/2007
Series: Everyman Chess Series
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Nigel Davies is both an experienced Grandmaster and chess trainer. A former British Open Quickplay Champion, Davies is the author of several successful chess books and is highly experienced in chess publishing. He is resident in the UK.

Table of Contents


Bibliography     4
Introduction     5
Sicilian Defence, Wing Gambit     7
Danish Gambit     40
French Defence, Wing Gambit     71
Caro-Kann, Fantasy Variation     88
Alekhine's Defence with 3c     3112
Pirc Defence, Austrian with 5 a3     131
Scandinavian Defence     144
Nimzowitsch Defence     156
The Pseudo-Philidor and Other Defences     164
Index of Complete Games     175

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In Gambiteer, opening expert Nigel Davies produces a complete opening repertoire which is certainly not for the feint-hearted: a no holes barred weaponry of wild attacking ideas for both colours. This first volume deals with a gambit-style approach for White, while the second volume will concentrate on an ambitious black repertoire.

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