Dangerous Weapons: The Queens Gambit: Dazzle Your Opponents! by Richard Palliser, Glenn Flear, Chris Ward
By Richard Palliser, Glenn Flear, Chris Ward
I haven't got an issue with this booklet in any respect. yes, you will find fault with the "Dangerous guns" layout, that is one of those knock-off of recent In Chess's "SOS" sequence. yet it is a typical reaction to the data age: with idea as bloated because it is this day, accomplished insurance of any significant commencing may possibly take a number of volumes. so that you discover a trick or two--something you could really get an opportunity to play at the board--and you cross from there. in fact i'd welcome any new "The whole ______ " or "Winning with the ________" or "Beating the _______" volumes, yet there is no cause to reject the "Dangerous guns" layout out of hand.Being a Catalan fan, I usually sought after a repertoire opposed to the Slav, Semi-Slav, and . . .a6 Slav, and am discovering the feedback given right here very attention-grabbing. what is to not like?