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Sick of defending with Black? Never found a reliable way to fight for the initiative when White plays 1 d4?
Allow Grandmaster Aveskulov to assist. He has put together a sound but ultra-aggressive repertoire based on gambits that have proved their worth in grandmaster play over many years. The Benko Gambit is dreaded by many 1 d4 players. Black gets very active piece-play, and even if White reaches a pawn-up endgame, he is often shocked to find he is worse due to Black's intense positional pressure! If White avoids the Benko, that's when we hit him with the Blumenfeld, sacrificing a pawn to set up a strong pawn-centre and attacking chances.
Aveskulov examines all of White's options and move-orders after 1 d4 Nf6, and shows an aggressive reply to each of them. He is never willing to take existing theory on faith, and throughout the book presents an extraordinary wealth of new analysis and ideas. He also explains typical plans in depth, so you will always know how to turn the screw once you have your opponent on the run.
Winning with the Benko
Mathematical Go Endgames
The Moscow & Anti-Moscow Variations
Baden Baden 1925
A Vigorous Chess Opening Repertoire for Black
EBOOK - Starting Out - The Scandinavian
King's Pawn Openings
Winning with the Reti Opening
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