Dangerous Weapons: 1 e4 e5by John Emms, Glenn Flear, Andrew Dr Greet
Do you need a well-deserved break from your normal chess openings? Are you tired of constantly having to keep up with modern chess theory? Or perhaps you simply wish to try out something new and inspiring, but cannot decide amongst the embarrassment of choices available? Look no further for the answer!In Dangerous Weapons: 1 e4 e5, renowned opening experts John Emms, Glenn Flear and Andrew Greet take a revolutionary look at one of the most famous and widely-played chess openings. Instead of travelling down well-trodden and analysed paths, the authors concentrate on fresh or little-explored variations, selecting a wealth of ‘dangerous’ options for both colours. Whether playing White or Black, a study of this book will leave you confident and fully-armed, and your opponents running for cover!Dangerous Weapons is an exciting series of opening books which supply the reader with an abundance of hard-hitting ideas to revitalize his or her opening repertoire. Many of the carefully chosen weapons are innovative, visually shocking, incredibly tricky, or have been unfairly discarded; they are guaranteed to throw even your most experienced opponent off balance.*Open Games in a whole new light*Packed with original ideas and analysis*Ideal for ambitious and adventurous players
Meet the Author
John Emms is one of the UK’s leading Grandmasters and has captained the English Team at two Chess Olympiads. He’s a highly respected author of over 20 books as well as an experienced coach who has worked with many top players.Glenn Flear is one of the most popular Grandmasters on the international tournament circuit. He is an experienced trainer and has coached some of the UK’s leading junior players. He is resident in France.Andrew Greet is a young International Master and one of the UK’s most rapidly improving players. In 2005 he scored a perfect 11/11 in the British National League, the first time any player had achieved this remarkable feat.
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This is such a good chess book that I don't want you to buy it. That way I will win more games.