Best opening book ever: Encyclopedia of Chess...

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1



    Every opening has a middlegame.  The more you study combinations in depth, grouped by theme, the more clear your opening vision will become.

    Once I spent a summer with this book, It became very easy to build a world-class repertoire, back when one didn't have computers to relyupon.  Those first five or six moves are where computers are highly vulnerable.

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