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French Defence 3Nd2 (Batsford Chess Book)

by Lev Psakhis

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The theory behind the French Defense has grown so exponentially that it takes three entire volumes to cover it all; here is the first, written by the recognized master of the move. Former Soviet champion Lev Psakhis covers the sequence 1 e4 e6 2 d4 d5 3 nd2, known as the "Tarrach variation." Though it has long been known to provide excellent attacking prospects for white, a younger generation of players has amply demonstrated that the Tarrach has many exciting counterattacking resources, too. With a wide choice of games to demonstrate the strategies, plus more than 200 illustrations and a discussion of rare lines, this up-to-date, comprehensive manual is a must for players hoping to improve their skills.

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