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Who here has read the move by move series on openings? I have the caro kann book by Lukadawla, which is amazing by the way. Are there any other good ones you guys would recommend?
Cyrus Lakdawala is a most enjoyable author, I agree.
ive got the Ruy Lopez and the Slav both are very good books and go in to different variations of the openings. well worth the dosh.
I have the Scheveningen one, and it's nice.
But I am THOROUGHLY enjoying Capablanca Move by Move by Lakdawala. I would say it's my favorite book since I read Alekhine's Best Games as a kid...
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