Nikolaos Ntirlis

Xbiker

Hello, 

Could anyone give me a general overview of the repertoire proposed by this player?

I start to hear about it, as a very good correspondence player, that gives very good analyzed choices selected without massive memorization, and I do feel courius about it. It seems to be quite sound even at top level.

If any ohter info about him, his history, it will be nice, I have looked in wikipedia but Ifound nothing little or nothing

Thanks

 

TwoMove

It should be on the quality chess site. He has written several opening books with Aagaard, the first with Black in the Tarrasch Queens Gambit. The latest on own a rep book on Queens Gambit Declined based around Kramnik's Improved classical line, h6, Nb-d7 and c5. He has at most FIDE 2100 rating but his opening ideas have been used by National teams, and individual GM's. Don't think this an issue, good opening preparation is more about careful research than chess playing ability.

Xbiker

Thanks it seems interesting, 

kindaspongey

https://www.chess.com/blog/pfren/playing-1-d5-d5-a-classical-repertoire

https://www.qualitychess.co.uk/ebooks/Playing1d4d5-excerpt.pdf

https://www.newinchess.com/media/wysiwyg/product_pdf/7572.pdf

foofooes

He.

Plays.

CATALAN!

Dark_Sweet

He is  International correspondence chess master (ICCF IM) with 2374 rating. - https://www.iccf.com/PlayerDetails.aspx?id=220200

gf3

NN completely famous in every book fabulous player