Dangerous Weapons: 1 e4 e5 by John Emms, Glenn Flear, Andrew Greet
Dangerous Weapons: 1 e4 e5 John Emms, Glenn Flear, Andrew Greet ebook
Publisher: Everyman Chess
Emms, who recommends the Pseudo King's Gambit (PKG) in his book "Attacking With 1. E4" interestingly contributes a chapter in "Dangerous Weapons 1. E' inclusa la partita spagnola. Dangerous Weapons: Flank Openings: Dazzle Your Opponents!: Richard. The two knights defence, Jan Pinski, Everyman 2004. Dangerous Weapons: Flank Openings. In my previous “Bird by Bird” entry I outlined the general strategic themes of the Bird Variation of the Ruy Lopez: 1. I'm surprised to see people still discussing this book -- though it is excellent. The Dutch, Dazzle Your Opponents. Http://marshtowers.blogspot.com/2008/03/chess-reviews-42.html. Dangerous Weapons: 1 E4 E5: Dazzle Your Opponents in the Open. Most of Gutman and Bücker's analysis is neatly summarized by John Emms in the recent Dangerous Weapons: 1.e4 e5 (Everyman 2008), which I have reviewed in these pages and think is excellent. Monografia sulla difesa dei due cavalli. Flear (in Offbeat Spanish and the recent Dangerous Weapons 1.e4 e5) focuses on Bc5. Dangerous weapons 1.e4 e5 (Emms & Co.) - A Startling Chess Openings Repertoire (Baker) - Beating the Open Games (Marin) where he recommends not to enter this variation as he prefers to play vs the Max Lange Attack. Dangerous Weapons: 1 e4 e5 – Emms, Flear and Greet Overview.