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Beating 1e4 e5: A Repertoire for White in the Open Games (Anglais) Broché – 31 mai 2010

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Grandmaster John Emms presents a repertoire for White after 1 e4 e5, based on the Italian Game and the Bishop's Opening. The lines he recommends are built upon a sound yet aggressive system of development which can be deployed against virtually every Black defence. The emphasis is firmly on understanding and executing key positional and tactical ideas, rather than the arduous process of memorizing theory. Emms covers both the main variations and the tricky sidelines, and highlights crucial move-order subtleties. This book provides everything you need to know about playing the Italian Game and the Bishop's Opening. It is a Grandmaster's repertoire after 1 e4 e5. It is packed with new ideas and analysis. It is ideal for improvers, club players and tournament players.

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De nombreuses analyses sur la variante positionnelle de l'italienne mais très peu inspiré sur les autres lignes de jeu du pion-Roi. Il y a mieux dans le genre.
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HASH(0x966ed108) étoiles sur 5 Great Opening Survey 3 août 2013
Par R. Tobias - Publié sur
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This is a very high quality repertoire book. Unlike some repertoires that try to cover every response to 1.e4 in far too few pages, this one, of course is only a response to 1...e5. So the coverage is very thorough, more thorough than any non-master would likely ever need to be successful. Plus, the author, English GM John Emms, is a rather exceptional author, very adept at explaining chess concepts for the developing player. The repertoire chosen is a very good one for anyone from developing player all the way up to GM. He chooses the Italian game, but by way of the Bishop's Opening move order, 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4. In this way you can avoid the Petroff Defense, which is both popular and difficult for White to demonstrate an advantage against. Plus, everyone who plays 1...e5 will be booked up against the Spanish and Scotch openings, but the Italian Game is not as popular. This is an especially good place for developing players to start, as the strategies are less taxing than in the Spanish, or even the Scotch, and you will learn classical tactical themes that will serve you for your whole chess career. Emms chooses the modern treatment of the Italian Game, one in which White delays castling. The Two Knights and other lines are covered as well. The format is not a variation tree, but the repertoire is instead given in 46 well chosen games. Unless you are a titled player, reviewing whole games will do more for your chess than trying to memorize countless variation trees. The vast majority of the games are fairly recent, post 2000 games. Emms is very thorough at giving alternate move orders and alternate lines. He is also very objective about the opening. There is no empty 'White to Play and Win' tripe here. He notes that there are lines where Black is equal, but also truly points out that if you understand these positions better than your opponent, you can still play for a win. I find this honesty quite refreshing! There is enough material in this book to give titled players a repertoire, but the copious verbal explanations make the book usable for non-masters as well. Truly, this book is a labor of love, and vastly superior to the kind of opening book that was so common 20 or 30 yrs ago. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x9653a0cc) étoiles sur 5 Another gem by Emms 30 avril 2015
Par Randy - Publié sur
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Emms is my favorite chess author, hands down. I would know absolutely nothing about the modern chess era without Emm's opening books. In fact, after reading his books on the Nimzo Indian and Taiminov Sicilian, I now play those openings almost exclusively. I plan to also play the italian after reading this book in full too. I feel like I'm stealing his entire repertoire, but he explains things so well, its hard not to. Does he play this opening? Yes, he says since 2000, as a companion to the Ruy Lopez. As a rule I don't buy opening books unless the writer practices what they preach.

The meat of this book is about the "Italian" (1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4) and the "Bishops Opening" (1.e4 e5 2. Bc4), the latter has the advantage as you don't have to prepare for the Petroff (2...Nf6) or center counter (1...d5). But regardless, as much of its transpositional, the ideal setup is based on 1.e4, Nf3, Bc4-b3, c3, d3, Nbd2-f1-g3, Qe2 with usually an assault on the black king, depending on Blacks play of course. The d3 idea (instead of d4) became popular in the 80's and 90's, with many top flight GM's playing it. I have to admit I haven't played the Italian since I started playing chess 15 years ago, and of course I played it wrongly, but later noticed several lines with white's c3-d4 that lead to full equality. I never thought about c3, d3 , so called the "Quiet Italian" (even though its not so quiet in many lines) keeping the center unresolved for awhile. It happens to be the main line today, so this isn't offbeat stuff. The added benefit is your opponent rarely sees the Italian and usually not the quiet one. Can it lead to equality? Sure, but like many other openings, only if your opponent knows as much as you do about the opening!

I recommend it highly if you were like me stuck in a rut on whites opening choice and don't want to learn reams of theory on the Ruy Lopez. This book comes with FULL games and expert analysis of recent GM games, so its an enjoyable read! Five stars and recommended highly.
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HASH(0x9632c114) étoiles sur 5 A chess book you will really read it through... and easily remember its key contents 6 mars 2016
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This book explains clearly many of the most typical ideas in the Italian game with c3 and d3 set up.
Three things you should consider about the book:
1) Focus is on building a repertoire for white so that not all main lines are covered. On the other side the material easier to navigate and digest.
2) Comments win over analysis. Not too many lengthy variations but a few well chosen reference games with very good explanation of the key strategic ideas for both colours (although mainly by white perspective). I prefer this approach to the opposite one. I tend to lose myself and forget the key contents when the message is left to tons of copy-pasted computer analysis without comments
3) The author is playing the lines he suggests. This knowledge of the opening is well reflected in the organization of the material.
I gave it 5 stars because I keep coming back to it eager to continue the reading. This is quite rare for me with chess books. I guess it's because it's very well written.
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HASH(0x961b8f84) étoiles sur 5 Hoy to beat 1...e5 11 juin 2014
Par Carlos Guaimare - Publié sur
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Forget about Marshall, forget about open spanish! You will have a very Solid structure with a lot of winning chances and a draw always at hand. You will know better than anyone what to do! Wonderful book
HASH(0x95f7ad2c) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 22 octobre 2015
Par British_Bill - Publié sur
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Excellent coverage of the Italian Game
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