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Karpov's Caro Kann: Panov's Attack (Batsford Chess Books)

by Anatoly Karpov

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 071349011X, Paperback)

The great Anatoly Karpov, considered the best positional player in chess history, has been a major force in the chess world through the greater part of three decades. Now he shares his profound opening knowledge in an indispensable pair of authoritative books devoted to the Caro Kann. In this volume, Karpov, a lifelong adherent of the Caro Kann, shows how Black can not only survive White’s aggression in the open lines of the Panov, but counterpunch and dominate the opening. He selects and analyzes the many lines which provide Black not only with security but also with active play.
 

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