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By Efstratios Grivas

ISBN-10: 1904600484

ISBN-13: 9781904600480

Grivas presents a whole and special repertoire for White opposed to 5 very important openings: the Grünfeld, King's Indian, Benoni, Benko and sleek. In every one case, he has advised a line within which he has a wealth of expertise, and has performed an important own position in constructing over a long time. The thoughts are geared in the direction of posing Black unconventional difficulties: your competitors will be unable to churn out long memorized adaptations, yet might want to remedy difficulties on the board in positions which are a bit assorted in personality from these mostly reached in those openings. Grivas has additionally selected the repertoire in order that it types a continuing complete, and should healthy along an English or Réti move-order, as well as a customary 1 d4 repertoire.

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S. Championship (1987 and 1997). com Chess Trivia 37 Grandmaster in 1986. He assisted the IBM DEEPER BLUE team which defeated Kasparov in 1997. Benko, Pal (1928- ) French-born Hungarian player. He won the Hungaian national championship at age 20. He was secretly involved in the 1956 Hungarian revolt. He spent a year and a half in a Hungarian political prison. S. He became a Grandmaster in 1958. In 1970 he yielded his interzonal place at Palma de Mallorca to Bobby Fischer, who went on to become World Champion.

While on death row, he played over 1200 postal games. The postage was paid by the State of Virginia. He was scheduled for execution 6 times, but received a reprieve on all occasions. His death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and the state stopped paying postage. com Chess Trivia 45 guard. In one event, he escaped for several weeks after he and another chessplayer overpowered the guard. When he was recaptured after several weeks at large, his correspondence privelege was taken away from him at Virginia State Penitentiary.

However, the title used the word for checkers instead of the word for chess (shakmatnoi). The first book to explain chess strategy was L’Analyze des Eschecs, by Philidor in 1749. It went through more than 100 editions in ten languages. The first chess book published in America was Chess Made Easy by James Humphreys, printed in Philadelphia in 1802. This was just a reprint of Philidor’s book published in 1796. The first original American book was The Elements of Chess, published in Boston in 1805.

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