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The Bishop's Opening Explained by Gary Lane

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Post  ChessCaissa on Mon Mar 11, 2019 3:20 pm

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The Bishop's Opening is an ideal move for club and tournament players, and here are all the key plans and strategies, simply explained for those who have limited time to study. Find out how to play the opening successfully by using model games; what the basic elements and strategies for both sides; what tricks and traps the opening holds for both players; and how to play the middlegame by following the easy plans.

Product details
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Batsford (March 1, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0713489170
ISBN-13: 978-0713489170

More about the author

Gary Lane

Biography
Gary Lane is the author of over thirty chess books including the best selling Prepare to Attack (available in kindle) and The Greatest Ever Chess Tricks and Traps. The best selling books Improve Your Chess in 7 Days and the sequel Sharpen Your chess in 7 Days continue to do well as they are often quoted by coaches and parents on lists of recommended reads.
The winner of the best analysis by Chess Journalists of America and a well known chess player on the international tournament circuit. He is an international chess master and his victories include becoming the Australian champion and the Commonwealth Champion.
He is a well known coach having attended the World Junior Championships on numerous occasions guiding Australian and English players.
Gary Lane is a regular contributor to publications including the British magazines, Chess, Kingpin and British Chess Magazine. His online monthly column at chesscafe.com has been going for over fourteen years. A recent venture with modern electronics has seen the publication of Gary lane's Chess Puzzles for the i-pad http://epluschess.com/authors/38-im-gary-lane
He added lots of photos of players and various anecdotes to make it more interesting.
He lives in Sydney, Australia.

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