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              Grandmaster Repertoire 2 - 1.d4 volume 2 - By Boris Avrukh

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              Grandmaster Repertoire is a new series of high quality chess books based on the main lines, written by strong grandmasters. The aim is to provide the reader with a complete repertoire at a level good enough for elite tournaments, and certainly also for the club championship.

              Grandmaster Repertoire provides a repertoire to last a lifetime.

              Top GM Boris Avrukh charts a course towards an advantage with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to facing the best players in the world. In this book he presents an improved version of the repertoire that elevated him to the top 50, focussing on main lines with a kingside fianchetto.

              1.d4 Volume Two covers the King's Indian, Dutch, Grunfeld, various Benonis, Benko, Budapest Gambit and other minor openings.

              Boris Avrukh is a chess grandmaster from Israel. He is an Olympiad gold medallist, former World Youth Champion and analysis partner of World Championship finalists.

              ISBN: 978-1-906552-33-6 - 616 pages - Published 25 February 2010

              Reviews

              "As with its predecessor, this volume is a candidate for the best opening book of the year. The coverage is extremely detailed, and every relevant path, main line or otherwise, is presented in spectacular detail. All new ideas are indicated with an "N" for novelty and most of the novelties are clear improvements over existing theory...

              This is an extremely impressive book that will serve ambitious players for years. However, it is geared towards those players who are rated 2000 and up. If you are rated above that level, you should consider buying this book, whether you play 1.d4 as White or face it with Black. These two volumes on 1.d4 constitute the most serious bid for the best and deepest opening repertoire ever presented in book format. I love the author's devotion and dedication to the cause, and I'm confident that his suggested repertoire will find many followers."

              Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe

               

              "The high-quality Grandmaster Repertoire series has taken this format to a completely different level. The recently published Volume Two of Avrukh’s “1.d4” concludes the work begun in style in his first book."

              GM Michael Adams, The Telegraph

               

              "Two years ago Boris Avrukh ‘s 1.d4 Volume 1 set a standard for opening books . His follow-up, 1.d4 Volume 2 is possibly even better.

              Grandmaster Avrukh has done the chess world a great service in writing his repertoire series. No one is perfect. Inevitably some of the lines he recommends will come under fire and here and there small things will have been overlooked, but overall this is a fantastic achievement. Avrukh must have slaved away for hundreds if not thousands of hours.  Players from master on up to strong Grandmaster will find 1.d4 Volume 2 to be extremely useful as will ambitious players below this standard and correspondence player, but keep in mind this is a demanding book for the reader as well as the author.

              1. d4 Volume 2 is a very well-produced book as is typical of those published by Quality Chess. Despite being thicker than the average phone book it is very sturdily bound which allows it to stay open on any page - not an easy thing for most 600-page books.

              Strongly Recommended"

              IM John Donaldson

               

              Table of contents

              Key to symbols used 6
              Foreword by Grandmaster Boris Gelfand 7
              Bibliography 8
              Foreword by the Author 9

              The Bogo-Indian Defence
              1 4...c5 13
              2 4...Bxd2† 19
              3 4...a5 30
              4 4...Qe7 36

              The Budapest Gambit
              5 Farajowicz Variation 59
              6 Classical Variation 66

              Benoni Systems
              7 Catalan Benoni 92
              8 Snake Benoni 102
              9 Benoni without …Nf6 108
              10 Reluctant Benoni 113
              11 Czech Benoni 126
              12 Old Benoni 144
              13 Modern Benoni 164
              14 Benko Gambit 201

              The Dutch Defence
              15 Stonewall Variation 221
              16 Classical Variation 243
              17 Leningrad Variation 262
              18 St Petersburg Variation 289

              The Grünfeld Defence
              19 Dynamic Variation 297
              20 Solid Variation 337

              The King’s Indian Defence
              21 6...Bg4 367
              22 6...Nc6 & 7...Bg4 370
              23 6...Nc6 & 7...Bf5 379
              24 6...Nc6 & 7...e5 387
              25 6...Nc6 & 7...a6 400
              26 6...Nc6 & 7...Rb8 414
              27 6...c6 426
              28 6...Nbd7 460
              29 9...Qb6 491

              The Modern Defence
              30 Wade Defence 501
              31 The Modern Defence 521

              Minor Systems
              32 2...b6 538
              33 b-pawn Systems 542
              34 English Defence 556
              35 Black Knights Tango 572
              36 Old Indian 578
              37 Queen's Indian Attempt 587
              38 Odd ideas 593

              Index of Variations 601

               

              Related blog posts

              Chess Publishing Book of the Year - Vote here
              February 8th, 2011 by Jacob Aagaard
              Boris Avrukh available on this blog
              March 22, 2010 guest blogger GM Avrukh
              Shipping of GM2 has commenced
              March 1, 2010
              GM2 PGN Dutch Update
              March 12, 2010
              GM2 out in the world! + updated Publishing Schedule
              February 26th, 2010
              Grandmaster Repertoire 2 - 1.d4 Volume Two at the printer
              February 8th, 2010

              Related websites

              Boris Avrukh - Wikipedia - wikipedia page about Avrukh
              GM Boris Avrukh chess blog - avrukhboris.wordpress.com
              FIDE player profile - Boris's fide card
              Chessgames.com - the chess games of Boris Avrukh

              Grandmaster Repertoire is a new series of high quality chess books based on the main lines, written by strong grandmasters. The aim is to provide the reader with a complete repertoire at a level good enough for elite tournaments, and certainly also for the club championship.

              Grandmaster Repertoire provides a repertoire to last a lifetime.

              Top GM Boris Avrukh charts a course towards an advantage with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to facing the best players in the world. In this book he presents an improved version of the repertoire that elevated him to the top 50, focussing on main lines with a kingside fianchetto.

              1.d4 Volume Two covers the King's Indian, Dutch, Grunfeld, various Benonis, Benko, Budapest Gambit and other minor openings.

              Boris Avrukh is a chess grandmaster from Israel. He is an Olympiad gold medallist, former World Youth Champion and analysis partner of World Championship finalists.

              ISBN: 978-1-906552-33-6 - 616 pages - Published 25 February 2010

              Reviews

              "As with its predecessor, this volume is a candidate for the best opening book of the year. The coverage is extremely detailed, and every relevant path, main line or otherwise, is presented in spectacular detail. All new ideas are indicated with an "N" for novelty and most of the novelties are clear improvements over existing theory...

              This is an extremely impressive book that will serve ambitious players for years. However, it is geared towards those players who are rated 2000 and up. If you are rated above that level, you should consider buying this book, whether you play 1.d4 as White or face it with Black. These two volumes on 1.d4 constitute the most serious bid for the best and deepest opening repertoire ever presented in book format. I love the author's devotion and dedication to the cause, and I'm confident that his suggested repertoire will find many followers."

              Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe

               

              "The high-quality Grandmaster Repertoire series has taken this format to a completely different level. The recently published Volume Two of Avrukh’s “1.d4” concludes the work begun in style in his first book."

              GM Michael Adams, The Telegraph

               

              "Two years ago Boris Avrukh ‘s 1.d4 Volume 1 set a standard for opening books . His follow-up, 1.d4 Volume 2 is possibly even better.

              Grandmaster Avrukh has done the chess world a great service in writing his repertoire series. No one is perfect. Inevitably some of the lines he recommends will come under fire and here and there small things will have been overlooked, but overall this is a fantastic achievement. Avrukh must have slaved away for hundreds if not thousands of hours.  Players from master on up to strong Grandmaster will find 1.d4 Volume 2 to be extremely useful as will ambitious players below this standard and correspondence player, but keep in mind this is a demanding book for the reader as well as the author.

              1. d4 Volume 2 is a very well-produced book as is typical of those published by Quality Chess. Despite being thicker than the average phone book it is very sturdily bound which allows it to stay open on any page - not an easy thing for most 600-page books.

              Strongly Recommended"

              IM John Donaldson

               

              Table of contents

              Key to symbols used 6
              Foreword by Grandmaster Boris Gelfand 7
              Bibliography 8
              Foreword by the Author 9

              The Bogo-Indian Defence
              1 4...c5 13
              2 4...Bxd2† 19
              3 4...a5 30
              4 4...Qe7 36

              The Budapest Gambit
              5 Farajowicz Variation 59
              6 Classical Variation 66

              Benoni Systems
              7 Catalan Benoni 92
              8 Snake Benoni 102
              9 Benoni without …Nf6 108
              10 Reluctant Benoni 113
              11 Czech Benoni 126
              12 Old Benoni 144
              13 Modern Benoni 164
              14 Benko Gambit 201

              The Dutch Defence
              15 Stonewall Variation 221
              16 Classical Variation 243
              17 Leningrad Variation 262
              18 St Petersburg Variation 289

              The Grünfeld Defence
              19 Dynamic Variation 297
              20 Solid Variation 337

              The King’s Indian Defence
              21 6...Bg4 367
              22 6...Nc6 & 7...Bg4 370
              23 6...Nc6 & 7...Bf5 379
              24 6...Nc6 & 7...e5 387
              25 6...Nc6 & 7...a6 400
              26 6...Nc6 & 7...Rb8 414
              27 6...c6 426
              28 6...Nbd7 460
              29 9...Qb6 491

              The Modern Defence
              30 Wade Defence 501
              31 The Modern Defence 521

              Minor Systems
              32 2...b6 538
              33 b-pawn Systems 542
              34 English Defence 556
              35 Black Knights Tango 572
              36 Old Indian 578
              37 Queen's Indian Attempt 587
              38 Odd ideas 593

              Index of Variations 601

               

              Related blog posts

              Chess Publishing Book of the Year - Vote here
              February 8th, 2011 by Jacob Aagaard
              Boris Avrukh available on this blog
              March 22, 2010 guest blogger GM Avrukh
              Shipping of GM2 has commenced
              March 1, 2010
              GM2 PGN Dutch Update
              March 12, 2010
              GM2 out in the world! + updated Publishing Schedule
              February 26th, 2010
              Grandmaster Repertoire 2 - 1.d4 Volume Two at the printer
              February 8th, 2010

              Related websites

              Boris Avrukh - Wikipedia - wikipedia page about Avrukh
              GM Boris Avrukh chess blog - avrukhboris.wordpress.com
              FIDE player profile - Boris's fide card
              Chessgames.com - the chess games of Boris Avrukh


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