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Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings (Batsford Chess Book)

by Gary Lane

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0713487127, Paperback)

The classic text on the ideas behind chess opening, by Reuben Fine, is now over 50 years old and out of date. Gary Lane has brought his considerable skill for lucid explanations to put together the latest thinking on the modern chess opening. Gary Lane explains the principles behind the openings to allow a greater understanding of how to conduct attack or defence. There is no need to learn lots of different moves when an easy plan is clearly explained. Suitable for players who are new to the game but wish to improve.

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