An explanation of the Reti opening move in the game of chess. The author explains the secrets of the moves and shows how they enable the White player to chip away at Black's position. The book is part of the EASY GUIDE series which gives enough detail on chess openings for players to open games with confidence, without months of memorizing theory.
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The Reti Opening is one of the subtlest ways for White to open a chess game. At very little risk to himself, White prepares to chip away at Black's position. Spielmann once wrote of the opening's inventor, Richard Reti, 'Very frequently and only after a few moves, I would find myself settling down against him with a lost position without knowing exactly how it could possibly have happened.' Such is the case with this opening: Black can easily get itno serious trouble without making any obvious error. Cadogan's new 'Easy Guide' series represents a new approach to chess opening books: just enough detail and just enough explanation to enable readers to play an opening with confidence, without months of memorizing theory - the easy way to master a chess opening. International Master Angus Dunnington is one of England's most productive young authors, with a string of well-researched, user-friendly openings books to his credit. Since he was 15 years old, he has written a regular column in the Yorkshire Post.
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Descripción Everyman Chess, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11185744518X
Descripción Everyman Chess, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB185744518X