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This aggressive counterattacking repertoire covers Black opening systems against virtually every chess opening except for 1.e4 (including most flank games), based on the exciting and powerful Tarrasch Defense, an opening that helped bring Championship titles to Kasparov and Spassky. Lire la première page
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25 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Poor organization and editing hurt useful book 14 mai 2000
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Format: Broché
The problem with this book is that it really seems like the author and editor didn't care about putting out a great product.
There are lots of problems with this book. There are far too many typos (it's hard to edit a chess book, but come one!) and the organization is horrid. It's easy to miss crucial subvariations, and the lack of proper indexing, combined with poor organization, makes it very hard to find the game you need.
Schiller's "strategic overview" in the beginning is a great idea, but it's executed poorly. A few examples concerning advancing the d-pawn here (rather than just scattered throughout the book) would work wonders.
So why two stars? Well, because despite its numerous flaws, I find myself using this book a lot. There aren't any other good books on the Tarasch defense these days, and it's an excellent weapon for the club player. There is a lot of good information in here, it's just so hard tofind!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Love the Enthusiasm and Material; Hate the Proofreading 18 août 2007
Par Robert J. Newell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a typical Cardoza book in that editing, proofreading, and careful production were not part of the equation. I can't understand why this publisher seems to take pride in sloppy work. That out of the way...

Schiller admittedly loves to hype the things he loves, but that's fine. He is a big fan of the Tarrasch, but he backs this with solid knowledge and extensive practice, so it all works to the good. And that's the upside of Cardoza's line of books: they brim with enthusiasm, excitement, interesting ideas, and above all a philosophy of getting out there and winning. After a couple of hours with this book, you just can't wait to get out there and play and try out your new ideas. That's no small thing--- how many chess books make you want an afternoon nap instead?

There are few full books to be found about the Tarrasch. Schiller's book fills a real hole. (The other book I know of is Aagaard and Lund's "Meeting 1. d4" which, while quite good, is more theoretical and dry.) Schiller definitely concentrates on ideas and typical plans and tactics for both sides. The writing style and presentation is cogent and easy to follow. You cannot get through this book without having a thorough conception of the flow of the Tarrasch. Enough material is presented on variants and alternatives to make the book a reasonable enough reference, though you might have to hunt around a bit; of course the book is not "theoretically complete" but it never seemed intended to be. As a good practical introduction, this book will have you playing the Tarrasch in tournament games rather quickly (as it is doing for me).

Later on if you want to become a complete Tarrasch specialist you'll need a little more material, such as a game collection. But for getting going and learning the concepts, this book will take you quite far. You just have to grin and bear it when really obvious typos appear multiple times in one line.

Overall 4 stars for content and sheer enthusiasm and energy; one star off for poor editing.
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A poorly executed book 6 mars 2011
Par Jim Rickman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The problem with any book by Eric Schiller is that he seems to bite off far more than he can chew or he presents us with superficial stuff. He also seems to have zero qualms about rehashing editing hatchet jobs on books that have been previously written by other authors (see Schiller's book on Kasparov for an example). And here, as others have observed, he quite poorly executes what could have been a good idea -- a repertoire based on the Tarrasch Defense. It's all very frustrating for those of us who wish our chess books to be to be labors of love rather than hurried projects sent to the printing press before they are ready. The Tarrasch Defense deserves far better treatment than what Schiller offers us. I don't recommend this book to anyone. For a far better repertoire book based on the Tarrasch Defense, get Jacob Aagard's "Meeting 1d4", published in 2002.
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Complete Queen's Pawn is a great place to start 29 novembre 1999
Par John Prather - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After reading this book I am pretty much at ease defending the Queen pawn opening. The strategy presented here will get you through the first 10 or so moves and keep you out of trouble. After that you are of course on your own but not without some ideas and places to look for white weakness. I liked the summary of the strategy that was given in the Overview and Strategic Goals chapters. The short study of alternatives in the last few chapters is also very helpful if the game does not open exactly as planned.
Great for Amateurs 18 mars 2015
Par Dennis L. Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I like this book. It isn't the best editing and some of the analysis is a bit dated, but the basic strategic overview of the Tarrasch is just right for an amateur. Having a general idea of where the pieces go and why is very helpful in sensing where the position is headed.

I believe that just relying of the first chapters can help black get a playable game. An example is that this set of stuff. The black player is trying to set up the pawn skeleton of e6-d5-c5 and getting his Knights to c6 and f6. Knowing that the Knight belongs on c6 before the Knight on f6 can save a lot of pain.

The book does not have the most recent GM games and that is okay for my learning purposes. The ideas against white's attempts to avoid the Tarrasch are also helpful.

All in All for my purposes, this is a great way to learn an opening. Ideas before rote learning.
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