7 edition of The Gambit Guide to the Benko Gambit found in the catalog.
May 1, 1999 by Gambit Publications .
Written in English
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The Benko Gambit, named after the Hungarian player Pal Benko, who pioneered it, has long been a favorite opening of dynamic tournament chess players. This entertaining guide is part of a series that treats openings in a fresh new way. “First Moves” leads you through the basics as you start the gambit.
The Benko gambit is one of the openings that often got me in trouble. This book has helped me find systems that fit my style and understand what was going on. A book true to the learning qualities I am used to with The Gambit Guide Serie. Not too complicated, not too simple.5/5(1). Chapter 8 briefly canvases 5 Benko Gambit fully declined lines: 5, 2, 3, 2 and 4.a4 This book needs to be complimented with the Play the Benko Gambit, which also does not cover enough alterntative lines and lacks comprehensive analysis of the illustrative games/5(10).
Gambit Chess publications: The Gambit Guide to the Benko Gambit by Pedersen The Benko Gambit has enormous appeal to those who like to take the initiative with the black pieces.
Black boldly sacrifices a pawn in the opening, and in return gets a secure position, and attractive prospects both in the short term and in the long term. rows GAMBIT APP BOOKS Available for the Gambit Chess Studio app. Gambit Chess Studio. Benko structure, we can expect to see Black being a little ahead in development, and White somehow relating to Black’s actions in a strategy of containment.
The bishop on a6 A natural part of the Benko Gambit Accepted is a black bishop on a6. Either White will advance his. Ok, what GM has played the "benko gambit" more than Benko himself has.
At least in the west it was Pal Benko, more than any other, that through his own games, and book, did indeed bring attention to the gambit and made it popular.
The book of his includes 20 of his games and he may have played it even more, I dont know. We offer the widest selection of Benko Gambit Chess Books at the lowest prices with same-day shipping.
The Benko Gambit book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(5). IM David Pruess introduces the Benko Gambit, a double-edged opening choice for black against 1. d4, which creates dynamic play and several.
Серия Alterman's Gambit Guide - Glasgow, UK: Quality Chess, - p.Первая часть дебютной монографии гроссмейстера Альтермана посвящена ряду популярных гамбитов (черными).
Grandmaster John Fedorowicz is the world's foremost proponent and expert on the dynamic Benko Gambit. First developed into a coherent system by Grandmaster Pal Benko in the 's, this book examines the Benko Gambit in unparalleled depth providing both the White and Black players with original analysis.
Queen's Gambit Declined - Matthew Sadler Everyman Chess. The perfect guide for all players of all levels who want to learn this classical opening. In less than pages one gets more than an introduction, but rather a proper repertoire of the QGD is presented. White has no weaknesses and can hardly be said to have made any mistakes so far.
A rather dubious gambit would conclude. However, the reality is that the Benko Gambit (named after Pal Charles Benko; a French-born Hungarian grandmaster who settled in USA and was one of the world's strongest players in the s) has been around in some form or another since the s, and is still alive and well.
Buy a cheap copy of The Gambit Guide to the Benko Gambit book by Steffen Pedersen. The Benko Gambit has enormous appeal to those who like to take the initiative with the black pieces. Black boldly sacrifices a pawn in the opening, and in return Free shipping over $ The book is mainly split into eight sections, each focusing on a particular set up how to face the Benko variation.
The last two sections 7,8 elaborate on less popular ways to encounter the gambit, namely rejecting the Benko Pawn b5 altogether/5(8).
Other Gambit titles: Test Your Chess, The Botvinnik Semi-Slav, The Meran System, The Main Line French: 3 Nc3, The French: Tarrasch Variation, French: Advance and Other Lines, The Gambit Guide to the Benko Gambit.
The surprise counter gambit b6 is an effective weapon against the benko gambit, which offers white effective strategic plans such as Nf3-d2-c4, and a4-a5 in some variations. Strong grandmasters such as Shirov are pioneering this line with success which is evidence of its soundness.
the dynamic benko gambit Download the dynamic benko gambit or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the dynamic benko gambit book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. In his first opening database, GM Evgeny Postny provides us with a complete repertoire against the Benko Gambit.
Instead of taking the pawn, White starts fighting for the initiative by playing 2. In his analysis, GM Postny proves that even if Black plays correctly, White manages to retain a small edge in a risk-free position.
This is certainly the scenario Benko players are afraid of. My book review for Gambit reached more than 3, words. Read the entire review on That Bookshelf Bitch. The first time I read this book, I was convinced that it deserved stars.
After reading it for the second time, however, Ive realized that perhaps 5 stars might not even be enough to do the story justice. Either way, theres no denying /5(). This book is about the Benko Gambit which has served me well for the past 14 years in cor-respondence chess and over-the-board play.
The Benko Gambit (or if you prefer the Eastern European version, the Volga Gambit) arises after the moves 1 d4 Ìf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5.
Alterman’s Gambit Guide: Benko Gambit #1. Opening: A Benko Gambit Player(s): GM Boris Alterman explores the Benko Gambit (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 b5). Black's counterplay is very durable compared to many other gambits, in that the queenside pressure can last well into the endgame.
In this book, Nicolai V. Pedersen presents a concise and practical repertoire for Black within the Benko Gambit.
Using illustrative games, he examines the critical main lines of the gambit, the tricky sidelines and also explains how to meet the various options White has of avoiding the : Gloucester Publishers. In this book the development of some openings like the Benko gambit starts in the late 80'S when GM Alterman began his chess career.
Alterman practiced this opening against strong opposition (young URSS championship) at critical games.5/5(6). The original name of this opening is the Volga Gambit, but Grandmaster Pal Benko has promoted this opening, found new ideas and published a book about it incalled The Benko Gambit.
If White fianchettos both bishops playing g3 and b3 Black can delay. New BOOK is OUT. The Alterman Gambit Guide: Black Gambits 1 is an instructional manual for improving chess players. Sharpen your tactics and learn to play dynamic attacking chess while studying the most entertaining gambits.
Lines covered include: Benko Gambit, Blumenfeld Gambit, Vaganian Gambit and more. The Benko Gambit is the ideal way to fight and seize the initiative for Black. Grandmaster Perunovic revisited all the modern lines and provided unbiased coverage of the more recent ideas, the most important being the delay of the recapture on a6.
He found and tested in practical play, many new but still typical Benko : Benko Gambit (4 part series) Over 61 hours of 1. e4 Opening Gambits 4-knights-Rubenstein (3 part series) When the great "uncrowned king" Akiba Rubinstein introduced the variation that bears his name (1.e4 e5 3 Nc6 3 Nf6 5 Nd4) into praxis at San Sebastianovernight the formal fearsome Spanish Four Knights, which up until then was a popular opening, went into rapid decline.
The Benko Gambit book. A revealing guide to a counter-attacking gambit, The Benko Gambit is one of the most uncompromising responses to 1d4. A revealing guide to a counter-attacking gambit, The Benko Gambit is one. Although it is less than 30 years old, the Benko is now a highly respected mainstream opening which is dangerous at both club and.
This gambit guide is no mere opening book, but also a tactical battle manual. Sharpen your tactics and learn to play dynamic attacking chess while studying the most entertaining gambits.
This volume deals with various openings after 1.d4 and 1.c4, and lines covered include: Benko Gambit, Blumenfeld Gambit, Vaganian Gambit and : Quality Chess.
Description: Clearly written guide covers all openings: the Benko Gambit, Bird's Opening, Centre Game, Dutch Defence, Four Knights Game, King's Gambit, others. Techniques are designed to help moderate players whose games are confined to club play or by correspondence, and aid good players who want to improve in tournament or club events.
The Benko gambit is the ideal way to fight and seize the initiative as Black. Grandmaster Perunovic revisited all the modern lines and provided unbiased coverage of the more recent ideas, the most important being the delay of the recapture of a6.
He found and tested in practical play, many new but still typical Benko manoeuvres. Then the Benko Gambit is surely for you. The DVD contains 6 hours video lessons, the latest ChessBase Reader as well as an unannotated database of the contents.
The update includes many recent games from top-class play and produces a balanced portrait of how the gambit stands today. The book presents a repertoire for Black after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5.
Perunovics aim is to offer the essential variations and themes for Black, both in terms of concrete variations and conceptual ideas.
In his opinion, the only way for White to test the Benko is to accept the gambit, the main line of this book. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Dynamic Benko Gambit: A Complete Repertoire for Black by Sergey Kasparov (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. The Benko Gambit is a popular choice for those who like to seize the initiative as Black. Players are attracted by the fact that Black's plans are so clear cut, while White is.
The Blumenfeld Gambit with 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 c5 4 d5 b5. is a blood relative to the more universally popular Benko Gambit. While it was the invention of Russian master Benjamin Blumenfeld (), it only became of interest after Alekhine used it to good effect as he destroyed Tarrasch in with a text-book advert for the gambit.
The gambit often arises via a Benoni move order (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5), and a logical repertoire combines it with the Benko Gambit (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5) and Vaganian Gambit (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3 cxd4 4 e5 5 d5 5 Bc5), using the Blumenfeld to meetAuthor: Michael Goeller. The Anti-Benoni/Benko Gambit often leads to sharp play with easy and harmonious development of the Black's pieces.
And in a new series of Boris Alterman's Gambit Guide, our resident gambit guru takes a closer look at the Anti-Benoni/Benko Gambit with 1 d4 Nf6 2. Black continues to win a clear majority of the games with this opening, despite its author's baring the secrets of its dynamic strategy in his excellent book, “The Benko Gambit.” When.Gambit!The following table shows the second part of our list of gambits.
It's sorted by ECO code, then by ; Moves Part 2 of this table covers openings that have an ECO code starting with the letters 'A', 'B', 'D', or 'E'.
A table covering ECO code 'C' is in Guide to Chess Gambits (Part 1). If you know your openings, you're probably wondering what the Queen's Gambit (ECO D06) is doing in the list.