Bird-Larsen Attack

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    Publication Date: January 1, 1993
    Notation Type: AN - Algebraic
    Page Count: 135 Pages

    by Andrew Soltis, 135 pp.



    Book Description
    A Complete Opening System with 1.f4 and 2.b3. There are 20 important revisions and four complete games added to this 2nd edition 1996. This is a “left handed Dragon variation” where White has an extra tempo and Black cannot break open the Queen file. White will occupy the center from the flank with his 1.f4. This is to control “e5”. Laying in wait is the white Bishop on b2 to help with the K-side attack. “This opening retains life because of its unique features and creative possibilities and it’s a lot of fun to play.” – Soltis

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