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The Exchange Variation of the Slav (Anglais) Broché – 1 février 2002


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A Book Which Will Surprise You About The Exchange Slav 4 décembre 2014
Par Sir Rhino - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Like many others, I thought of the Exchange Slav as being drawish and boring. It can indeed be both, but if White knows what he is doing and wants to make it a fight, it can lead to very sharp and interesting positions. This book gives both an overview of the Exchange Slav and a suggested repertoire for White.

The first 18 pages deal with 5.Bf4 and make a good case for it being the stronger of the two main line moves. It certainly is the move I would play as White. The next 128 pages deal with 5.Nf3 and is an exposition of the possibilities inherent in the Exchange Slav. Even if you plan on playing 5.Bf4, looking at the 5.Nf3 lines helps you gain a real feel for handling the positions.

This is what the book gave to me, and I am clobbering people with the Exchange Slav. The opening is actually very sharp and if Black doesn't know what he is doing he can find himself down a piece and his king in mortal danger. Even if Black does know what he is doing, White has persistent pressure which lasts a very long time.

The only fault I find with the book is that some of the lines, when presented in paragraph form, are delimited by ( ), [ ], and { }. It can get very confusing ... color coding, or at least using Bold, Italic, and underline would be much better. It looks like the authors put the book together using ChessBase created games and analysis, and that was pretty much it. Still what was in there was worth the effort digging out.
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