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The Schliemann Defence: Move by Move by Junior Tay

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Post  ChessCaissa on Mon Mar 11, 2019 2:05 am

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White players who enjoy playing the Ruy Lopez (1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5) often expect to have an easy time in the opening. Numerous Black systems allow White to complete development with natural moves which often results in a small but clear advantage. Not so The Schliemann. The Schliemann (3 ... f5) is a ferocious beast that immediately takes the fight to White. The swift counter with ... f7-f5 is undoubtedly risky but has the advantage of disturbing White's equanimity and setting difficult problems to solve as early as move three. Any White player who is not highly attuned to the nuances of this system can quickly find themselves in very hot water. This makes the Schliemann an ideal practical weapon for the aggressively-minded tactical player.

A thorough theoretical coverage of a dynamic counter-attacking system
Discusses strategic themes as well as analysing complex tactical variations
Written by an expert on the Schliemann

Product details
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Everyman Chess (June 8, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1781943265
ISBN-13: 978-1781943267


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Mark Donlan on Nov 04, 2018
I like Junior Tay as an author and wish more authors would match the diligence he brings to The Schliemann Defence: Move by Move.

Junior Tay is a FIDE candidate master and an ICCF senior international master. He is a former National Rapid and Cairnhill Open Champion and has represented Singapore in international events, including the 1995 Asian Team Championships. He is a frequent contributor to New in Chess Yearbook opening surveys and also writes articles for CHESS magazine. He has been a chess trainer, author and editor for the past three years, after working as a school teacher for seventeen years.

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