By John Watson
In harmful guns: The French, overseas grasp John Watson takes a innovative examine essentially the most recognized and widely-played chess openings: the French Defence. rather than traveling down well-trodden and analyzed paths, Watson concentrates on clean or little-explored diversifications of the French, opting for a wealth of‘dangerous’ strategies for either colors. even if enjoying White or Black, a examine of this ebook will go away you convinced and fully-armed, and your competitors working for cover!
Dangerous guns is a brand-new sequence of commencing books which provide the reader with an abundance of hard-hitting principles to revitalize his or her commencing repertoire. the various rigorously selected guns are cutting edge, visually shocking,incredibly difficult, or were unfairly discarded; they're absolute to throw even your so much skilled opponent off balance.
* The French Defence in a complete new light
* choked with unique rules and analysis
* perfect for bold and adventurous players
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