They did it! Dejan Antic and Branimir Maksimovic have created a complete chess opening repertoire for Black players in only two books.
First they wrote the acclaimed The Modern French (against 1.e4). Now The Modern Bogo provides Black players with a comprehensive answer to 1.d4. The two books complement each other perfectly.
The point is that the authors recommend to answer 1.d4 with the direct 1...e6, for the follow-up 2.c4 Bb4+. In this way they avoid complex theoretical Nimzo-Indian lines and enable both amateur and professional players to find their own way in little-explored variations.
The Modern Bogo covers all the possibilities for White after 1.d4 e6... except for 2.e4, after which you should play the French!
Antic and Maksimovic have done a massive amount of research, and found many new strategic concepts and attacking plans. All of them are explained clearly and thoroughly.
You will find that this opening not only gives you good chances to equalize as Black, but also many opportunities to play for a win.
This new book by English IM Richard Pert gives you a complete attacking repertoire on the Trompowsky: 1. d4 and 2. Bg5! Tested in games at all levels, this opening is a powerful and sound weapon. However, since it is little known, it will often come as a very unpleasant surprise for your opponents...
ALTERMAN - The Alterman Gambit Guide Black Gambits 1
On suppose donc qu'il y aura un “Black Gambits 2” En attendant, ce “1” nous présente le toujours populaire gambit Benkö (je sais, je l'ai déjà dit), son cousin germain le Blumenfeld et le ' gambit Vaganian ', i.e. 4e5 dans l'Anglaise symétrique avec d4, plus quelques autres bricoles. Il vous permettra donc de vous constituer un très raisonnable répertoire anti-d4 - en attendant un sans doute plus acrobatique anti-e4.
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