9781781942420

The Killer Dutch

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  • ISBN13:

    9781781942420

  • ISBN10:

    1781942420

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-05-07
  • Publisher: Everyman Chess
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Summary

Grandmaster Simon Williams has played the Classical Dutch for over twenty years. It remains his favourite opening and has featured in some of his greatest individual results, including a win over World Championship finalist Boris Gelfand.

In this book, Williams examines the Classical Dutch in great depth. He also presents a complete repertoire for Black with the Dutch Defense, which is based on his own repertoire he has used successfully at grandmaster level for many years. As well as presenting the latest theory and revealing his new ideas in the key lines, Williams highlights the main tactical and strategic ideas for both sides and covers important issues such as move orders. Each chapter includes a series of tests at the end, so that readers are able to assess how well they have understood the main concepts. This books tells you everything you need to know about successfully playing the Classical Dutch.
  • A Dutch repertoire against 1 d4, 1 c4 and 1 Nf3
  • Written by a world-renowned Classical Dutch expert
  • Packed with new ideas and critical analysis

Author Biography

Simon Williams is a Grandmaster who is acclaimed for his dynamic and spontaneous attacking style. He is also an experienced author, whose books have received great praise.

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