Web Forum: ChessPub Forum – Hypermodern opening repertoire for white. Title, Hypermodern Opening Repertoire for White. Publisher, Cardoza Publishing . ISBN, , Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote. This complete repertoire shows White how to reject the classical principles of opening play. Instead of placing pawns in the center, White allows Black to build .

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I see your point that he should have been developing further at that time. Studying all aspects of the game in parallel. I figured I’d keep all the info in one thread though.

I find thought that I tend to like closed games. He can avoid losing a rook with Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I have most of the other books on the Reti but regardless of the errors in editing a couple of illustrative games just skip moves and the ‘holes’ in the repertoire pointed out in other reviews, this is the only book out there that actually gives you any instruction on the middle game plans associated with the different set-ups and that makes this book the place to start your research There are many hypermodern white openings that let black put pawns in the centre to make a target for white to attack.

KID for c4, d4 etc, Pirc e4. Rf2 and propose to trade off his last rook.

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Rxe2 you have many defences. Instead he wasted a move on 9…Ng4 that was easily kicked later with h3, and lost his e pawn for nothing in doing so. Beginners need to learn to be able to consistently recognize things like “his knight is threatening to fork my queen and rook” or “he’s pinning my pawn so my bishop is not actually defended” and so forth.


I don’t mind, by the way, being told that I might be making a mistake. I have got hgpermodern go now, sorry. I simply cannot agree with all of the positive reviews that this book as received. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Hypermodern Opening Repertoire for White by Eric Schiller

Maquis did cause me to think seriously about under what conditions to push e4 vs c4 and timing on the push. His loss to Spassky: I used to believe that it “better suited my style”. These aren’t the best openings in chess but they are all simple and allow quick development, and normally lead to open positions, and should give you good winning chances.

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I tried the KIA against Josh the little booger last night and beat him fair and square! I may also look into 1… b6 for hypetmodern. While the play may be complicated in those areas, because more pieces are directed to those areas, I like to be able to put my attention on fewer squares.

I think of the Ruy Lopez as being a tall tree. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 2. This is a very good book; I agree with the other reviewers, but be warned that if you are a serious player you’ll probably want to invest in a book on the English opening as well. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I think that the most important thing repertoirr a beginners to do in the opening is get his pieces out quickly so he can learn how to use them in the middle game.


See AquaMan vs glenndunn, 9 May,move 7, for an example or do nothing for now.

Ok, I’ve done so. Is there a modern opening system for black that is analogous to t he KIA, or Reti, for white? It will give you time to study other game issues, like middlegame, tactics or endings.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. An understanding of pawn structures, weak and strong squares, active and inactive minor pieces, is very helpful.

I captured the queen with a pin followed by a fork combination. Email Required, but never shown. You hung your d-pawn. Some may resonate with my experience. These are the openings I play: The Dragon does make for a very aggressive tactical game.

Scott rated it cor liked it Dec 01, I would agree there is a lot of counterplay, sometimes rapid liquidation, in the middle game.