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A Cutting-edge Gambit against the Queen's Indian: Hit the Nimzowitsch Variation with 6.d5! by Imre Hera (Author)

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Post  ChessCaissa on Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:21 am

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Against the widely played Queen’s Indian Defense White’s most ambitious and most popular choice is the Fianchetto Variation. Since the 1980’s the main response here for Black has been the Nimzowitsch Variation 4…La6, first played in 1925 by the famous theoretician Aron Nimzowitsch, in which Black tries to hinder White’s development by attacking the c4-pawn.

In this position an ultra-sharp pawn sacrifice for White has in the past few years revolutionized the entire line. White’s gambit has been hotly debated in countless games both at grandmaster and at club level. With this book Hungarian Grandmaster Imre Hera enters an area in chess opening theory that is definitely in turmoil.

Hera has not written an ordinary repertoire book, his principal goal was to provide a guide through the labyrinth of this exciting variation. Hera concentrates on resources for White and presents countless eye-catching novelties for that side, but he has also given many ways for Black to equalize.
Hera has deeply analyzed this topical line and presents his conclusions and recommendations in full, with extensive verbal explanations. Lots of attention is paid to the ideas and plans behind the moves. This rich book will surprise masters and fascinate club players.

Editorial Reviews
Review
The book shows why the line is so attractive for White: fascinating chess, great complexity, chances to create fantastic attacking possibilities. This is exactly what we love chess for. (Alexei Shirov, International Grandmaster; author of Fire on Board)

One reason this is an important line is that once Black has committed to a Queen's Indian, there aren't too many reasonable ways for him to avoid this gambit. The authors' work is thorough, accurate and creative. It's a very good book. (Dennis Monokroussos The Chess Mind)

Plenty of dangerous new ideas. (CHESS Magazine)

It is clear that the authors have done their utmost to make the variations transparent and understandable. They came up with quite a few novelties. (Uwe Bekemann, German Correspondence Chess Federation)

About the Author
Imre Hera is an Hungarian grandmaster and chess teacher
Product details
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: New in Chess (June 7, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9056914979
ISBN-13: 978-9056914974

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A Cutting-edge Gambit against the Queen's Indian: Hit the Nimzowitsch Variation with 6.d5! by Imre Hera (Author) Empty thanks but do you have the pgn or cbv of this book?

Post  SKATA on Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:40 am

ChessCaissa wrote:PDF (16.5 mb):
https://www85.zippyshare.com/v/R5KClOwn/file.html
http://rgho.st/8yqDb8CWy

Thanks to the original uploader! sunny

Against the widely played Queen’s Indian Defense White’s most ambitious and most popular choice is the Fianchetto Variation. Since the 1980’s the main response here for Black has been the Nimzowitsch Variation 4…La6, first played in 1925 by the famous theoretician Aron Nimzowitsch, in which Black tries to hinder White’s development by attacking the c4-pawn.

In this position an ultra-sharp pawn sacrifice for White has in the past few years revolutionized the entire line. White’s gambit has been hotly debated in countless games both at grandmaster and at club level. With this book Hungarian Grandmaster Imre Hera enters an area in chess opening theory that is definitely in turmoil.

Hera has not written an ordinary repertoire book, his principal goal was to provide a guide through the labyrinth of this exciting variation. Hera concentrates on resources for White and presents countless eye-catching novelties for that side, but he has also given many ways for Black to equalize.
Hera has deeply analyzed this topical line and presents his conclusions and recommendations in full, with extensive verbal explanations. Lots of attention is paid to the ideas and plans behind the moves. This rich book will surprise masters and fascinate club players.

Editorial Reviews
Review
The book shows why the line is so attractive for White: fascinating chess, great complexity, chances to create fantastic attacking possibilities. This is exactly what we love chess for. (Alexei Shirov, International Grandmaster; author of Fire on Board)

One reason this is an important line is that once Black has committed to a Queen's Indian, there aren't too many reasonable ways for him to avoid this gambit. The authors' work is thorough, accurate and creative. It's a very good book. (Dennis Monokroussos The Chess Mind)

Plenty of dangerous new ideas. (CHESS Magazine)

It is clear that the authors have done their utmost to make the variations transparent and understandable. They came up with quite a few novelties. (Uwe Bekemann, German Correspondence Chess Federation)

About the Author
Imre Hera is an Hungarian grandmaster and chess teacher
Product details
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: New in Chess (June 7, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9056914979
ISBN-13: 978-9056914974

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A Cutting-edge Gambit against the Queen's Indian: Hit the Nimzowitsch Variation with 6.d5! by Imre Hera (Author) Empty no i don't

Post  koko1971 on Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:05 pm

i want everybody in here to get these opening books coz everyone ask for them.

have fun all Smile

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Post  mohamed sayed on Sun Mar 03, 2019 7:54 pm

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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