The return of the killer repertoire:
As a follow-up to my previous blog on David Rudel's "Zuke 'Em", I'd like to share news of a forthcoming new edition of Aaron Summerscale's "A Killer Chess Opening Repertoire". This time, Summerscale's legendary tome is revised and updated with the aid of one of my personal favorite chess authors Sverre Johnsen.
The announcement of the book's coming release is here on Gambit Publication's web site:
This book's repertoire is based on using the Colle-Zuckertort, the 150 attack against the Pirc (by transposition), and my personal favorite: The Barry Attack. My best win to date here on chess.com was in using the Barry Attack after having studied it from Palliser's work called "Starting Out: D-pawn Attacks". Here's the game where I won quite easily against my 2000-rated opponent: