CHESS EXPLAINED THE MERAN SEMI-SLAV PDF
The Semi-Slav Defense is a variation of the Queen’s Gambit chess opening defined by the The main variation of the Semi-Slav is the Meran Variation, 6 dxc4 7. Bxc4 b5 (ECO codes D46 . Chess Explained: The Meran Semi-Slav. Gambit. Gambit Chess publication: Chess Explained: the Meran Semi-Slav – Reinaldo Vera. There’s decent coverage in Chess Explained: The Meran Semi-Slav. clunney Chess Explained: The Meran SemiSlav by Vera covers everything after 5 e3.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Vera’s exposition clarifies issues that confound many Slav players. White will play in the center, leading to a rich, complicated game.
Semi-Slav Defense – Wikipedia
Another increasingly common gambit line used in the Anti-Meran is the sharp 7. The other ideas, Other possible moves are 5.
Gary Sikon rated it it was amazing Dec 08, White takes control of the center with 6. Be2 but it soon transpired that the d3-square gives White better chances. You will learn more than just the variations covered, but also about chess in general, because this book is a fountain of knowledge and it is so accessible that it is a shame not to take advantage of it.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Black captures a pawn by Excellent introduction to semi-slag openings for intermediate players. Preview — Chess Explained by Reinaldo Vera. The Meran is its traditional main line, and often leads to chaotic positions of immense strategic tue tactical richness. This book is excellent. This line is extremely complicated, with theory stretching past move thirty in some variations. Views Read Edit View history.
Books by Reinaldo Vera. In addition to discussing all major lines after 5 e3, Vera also covers many subtle issues of move-order, which are of great importance when trying to steer the game into the desired channels. Bd3 has become 6.
It is as if you were sitting at the board with a chess coach answering your questions about the plans for both sides, the ideas behind particular moves, and what specific knowledge you need to have. Nf6 has also been played, but this misplaces the knight and does nothing to further Black’s play against the center by means of the pawn breaks c6—c5 or e6—e5.
White will fianchetto his meram bishop and castle kingsidewhile Black will play c5, Qb6, castle queenside, and can carry out an attack in the center or on either flank, leading to complex play. Alexandru Burda marked it as to-read Mar 08, He has won the Cuban Championship on two occasions and was a member of the Cuban national team for more than two decades.
Be7 are seldom seen, as masters realized early on that at e7, the bishop was passively placed and does nothing to further one of Black’s aims, the freeing move Bd6, which was much the most popular line before the debut of the Meran, and espoused by the American grandmaster Arthur Bisguier throughout his career. Download a pdf file with a sample from the book.
Eric Miettinen rated it it was ok Jul 28, xemi-slav As with so many opening systems the move order is very flexible in the first few moves, and the author examines various move orders, chss the nuances of each, and pointing out possible transpositions to other openings” – Alan Sutton, En Passant. Randy rated it liked it Mar 22, This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. Black is threatening to capture the white pawn on c4, and hold it with b7—b5.
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