Crushing White - The DZINDZI INDIAN! - VOLUME 1

    An Easy to Learn Chess Opening & Strategy

    Crushing White - The DZINDZI INDIAN! - VOLUME 1
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    Publication Date: May 6, 2011
    Notation Type: FAN - Figurine
    Page Count: 435 Pages

    Book Description

    Crushing White: The DZINDZI INDIAN! is the first of a Black comprehensive repertoire two volume set by International Grandmaster Ron W. Henley. This instructional book was created to reveal the secrets of the DZINDZI INDIAN, where according to CHESSBASE 2010 MEGA Database of 4.5 million games, Black scored 67% in the 919 games played! Thematic tactics and strategy are explained with the use of 676 diagrams.

    Crushing White: The DZINDZI INDIAN! contains five THEORY SECTIONS which offer guidance and instruction on how to meet White's sixth pawn move alternatives. There are 64 deeply annotated games selected for their beauty and instructional value. At the end of each is a GAME RECAP of the important points. With this easy to learn, yet powerful opening, the reader can quickly begin winning chess games!

    About the Author(s)

    Ron W. Henley earned the FIDE International Grandmaster title at the Madame Suharto Cup in Indonesia in 1982. He has also won events in Colombia, Mexico and Switzerland. He is the author of numerous award-winning books and producer of over sixty chess videos. Throughout the 1990's Mr. Henley was Chief Trainer to the Twelfth World Champion Anatoly Karpov for nine matches. In 1996 he coached the US Team at the World Youth Championships in Cannes, France. He also sponsored and trained US Women's Champion Irina Krush and US Champion Hikaru Nakamura early in their brilliant careers.

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