Martin - Play the O'Kelly Sicilian
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Le plus délirant des jeux de dés et de bluff ! Secouez vos dés dans votre gobelet et cachez bien le résultat à vos adversaires. Maintenant, il va falloir bluffer !
A chess clock allows you and your opponent to play with time control. First you agree on a certain time maximum for each player, then you set the clock - and the game can start! But beware - once you´re run out of time, you loose the game, no matter of how good your pieces may look like.
This adds a lot of thrill to a chessgame and fosters your ability to take decisions more intuitively and in a shorter time. And it enables you to have quick games, for example when you feel like playing chess without spending too much time on it.
The "DGT FIDE 2010" is a classic used preferably in tournament chess and by the World Chess Federation (FIDE). It allows you to choose from a wide range of game modes, and its menu is very user-friendly.
Caramel Brown with Ivory and Dark Brown.
Leatherette Collection has a refined, elegant appearance while maintaining all of the unique advantages of premium quality eco leather, especially when it comes to noise reduction and durability.
This backgammon is handmade using the art of marquetry (also spelled as marqueterie) which is the art and craft of applying pieces of veneer to a structure to form decorative patterns and designs.
Size closed is 48 x 30 cm
The English Defence (1 d4 e6 2 c4 b6) is a dynamic, counter-attacking line, initially investigated by English grandmasters. Black aims to set White difficult problems to solve at the very earliest stage of the game. Black’s play is provocative – aiming to lure White into establishing a big pawn centre. This is a risky strategy as White falls behind in development and Black switfly becomes very active. However, if White’s response is more circumspect then Black can often manoeuvre into favourable structures reminiscent of positions arising from the Nimzo-Indian Defence, the Queen’s Indian Defence or even the Dutch.
José González provides an excellent analysis of this complex opening and carves out a powerful repertoire for Black covering all lines after 1 d4. It is possible for White to avoid the "English battle" by playing either 2 Nf3 or even 2 e4 (a rare move for 1 d4 players but seen occasionally). Gonzalez champions an aggressive variant of the Dutch against 2 Nf3 and outlines a simple but effective French Defence repertoire to counter 2 e4.
- A complete repertoire for Black to counter 1 d4.
- The question and answer approach provides an excellent study method. 318 pages
The Four Knights Variation is a variation of the Sicilian Defense that most often occurs after 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Nc6. It’s a good choice for all types of players – whether you’re an aggressive player who wants to attack your opponents or a more defensive player who prefers a slow and positional game, the Four Knights Variation is the right choice for you.
Learning to play the Four Knights Variation of the Sicilian Defense is not only beneficial for adding a powerful opening to your repertoire but can also improve your general chess understanding and knowledge. By studying this opening, players can learn about important concepts such as pawn structures, piece activity, and the importance of controling the center. Furthermore, the Four Knights Variation often leads to complex and tactical positions, which can help players improve their calculation skills and ability to recognize key tactical patterns on the board. All in all, mastering this opening can help players become more well-rounded chess players. 223 pages
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Authored by Belgian FIDE Master Luc Henris, an expert on the Albin, this book covers the Albin Counter-Gambit on about 600 (!) pages. It provides you with up-to-date analysis and innovative ideas to fight the Queen´s Gambit. While it has long been underestimated by master and club players alike, it is especially Morozevich (ELO 2760 as of May 2013) who revived the Albin in recent years. If it´s good for him, it´s good for us too: an entertaining, surprising, and sound counter-weapon for Black.
Edited by Marchand S.A.