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By Efstratios Grivas

ISBN-10: 1904600484

ISBN-13: 9781904600480

Grivas offers an entire and exact repertoire for White opposed to 5 vital openings: the Grünfeld, King's Indian, Benoni, Benko and smooth. In every one case, he has steered a line within which he has a wealth of expertise, and has performed an important own position in constructing over decades. The ideas are geared in the direction of posing Black unconventional difficulties: your rivals won't be able to churn out long memorized adaptations, yet might want to remedy difficulties on the board in positions which are a little bit diverse in personality from these usually reached in those openings. Grivas has additionally selected the repertoire in order that it varieties a continuing complete, and should healthy along an English or Réti move-order, as well as a regular 1 d4 repertoire.

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1 KtxP? 2 B B 4 P QB3! Q E 4-K and wins the Knight. ^Elevnents of ^Chess. BLACK. \rnmm. WHITE. Here Black has made the indifferent opening move, .... R 3 (instead of bringing out one of his Pieces), and The game goes on pinned the White Knight. P : Whito. 1 Black. PxP KtxP 2 KtxKt 3 BX K K P+ 4 Kt Q o, ? BxQ ! -2 mate. Black thought to gain some advantage in bringing;] two But his whole Pieces to bear on his adversary's Knight. proceeding was premature Piece at the least. : and 1 .... Kt x P loses him a ginning.

The extreme flank in advance, or on the enemy's ground right or left, King's or Queen's wing as the case may be. THE LAWS OF CHESS. These are contained in the definitions of the game, and are the same wherever Chess is played. The only one at all questionable, perhaps, is that which enjoins the immediate substitution of a Piece for a Pawn at the eighth rank because positions are imaginable in which such substitution might be against the interests of the player. ; RULES OF THE GAME. The following Rules are based upon those sanctioned at the meeting of the British Chess Association, London, 1862, and A fusion of the Revised International Code, London, 1883.

The King must be driven to a side square, with his adversary only one square distant, before mate can be given :WU;,-. TU"Uii-~ T>1~1, White. Black Black. White. K Kt 3 K B2 K Q3 Q Q B 6 K7 K K K 7 K Q4 B4 Q4 B3 B K B4 Q Q7 K Bo 8 Q_E 7, . , K K E3 ,K or Q E4 Kt 5, mate. White were to repeat the manoeuvre of following up the retreating King, and play 7 Q Q B 7, Black would be stalemated. The foregoing may be varied in If instead of many ways. rank or above.

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