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Open Encyclopedia of Chess Openings

  • Release Date: April 2008
    Submitted By: phillidor5949
    Submitted On: 3/5/11, 1:51 PM
    Category: Opening Study Tools
    Publisher: Phillidor Press
    OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
    License: Free
    Filename: Final_Theory_of_Chess.zip
    File Size: 7.7767MB
    Downloads: 11351
  • 2 votes: +++++

Description


Download the ebook: The Final Theory of Chess

This book helped to launch the Open Encyclopedia of Chess Openings (OECO) project. The OECO is a place where chess enthusiasts, armed only with a passion for chess and commercially available chess software, can post their own analysis of chess openings.

Reviews


  • by Stonefaces

    Very Extremely strange to me that he wrote NOTHING at all about the Sicilian for black 1. e4 c5. Can only find it in the OECO. Of course it isn't his repertoire, but i think Sicilian Defense have also good aggresive&attacking value. Doesn't it ???

  • by Dionisios_Marinos

    Deep blue vs Kasparove 1997 game 2

  • by wp34152

    Good luck!

    White's move. ... Name the game.

  • by kamikazz

    thanks !!

  • by GameBrain

    Rating:+++++

    If you love chess, and you love computers (and who doesn't?), you can't go wrong with Gary Danelishin's work, "The Final Theory of Chess".

    Gary is very systematic in his approach to the game. The analysis is intense, and completely up-to-date, and kept so by Gary's wiki, which is updating and improving the opening lines under study on a continuous basis.

    Some of the lines under study may come as a surprise to quite a few, but I encourage all to study the given analysis closely before any naysaying. I think you will find the effort well rewarded, and many chess "scalps" under your belt, may be the result.

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