Echiquier Noyer/Erable 48 cm
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Black Oak with Walnut and Grey points.
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 of closed board 48 x 30 cm
This complete chess set is composed with standard chess pieces in the traditional staunton style. A great chess set with generous proportion and made from acacia wood.
The board is made from mahogany wood and with annotation like in the chess clubs, perfect for analyse. Size of board is 49 cm and each square is 5 cm.
Size of chess piece is 93 mm for the king, each piece is weighted and felted.
Do you play 1.d4, but feel discouraged by the seemingly limitless number of finely honed defensive systems available to Black? If you’re put off by the idea of having to learn massive amounts of theory just to reach a playable middlegame, then The Richter-Veresov Attack: Qd3 Variation might be just what you’re looking for.
Right away, you’ll be taking your opponents out of their preparation and into your comfort zone. While the Richter-Veresov has developed its own “book” over the years, Eric Fleischman shows you how to bypass a lot of that body of theory, too, with an early deployment of the queen to d3, an idea sometimes known as the Amazon Attack.
Covering a wide range of setups that Black could adopt in response (including French, Caro-Kann, Indian, Benoni, and Dutch formations), the author uses games by international players and examples from his own play to show how experience and a sense of the position count for more than memorized lines in The Richter-Veresov Attack: Qd3 Variation. 283 pages
BOEK: This book looks at common kyu-level mistakes in tactics as well as in strategy. The thorough commentaries on these seventeen games point out and explain both mistakes and good moves.