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Center Counter (Anglais) Broché – février 1983


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Book by Grefe John Silman Jeremy

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HASH(0x95891810) étoiles sur 5 Useful material for Center Counter players 10 janvier 2005
Par Jill Malter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book has not aged well. In the more than 20 years since it came out, the Center Counter has been played in high level chess more than in the previous century. And I think the book gets off to an inauspicious start by omitting the Black Queen from its very first diagram.

The part on 2...Qxd5 is weak overall, with the portion on 2...Qxd5 3 Nc3 Qd6 especially so. That didn't bother me much, given that I play 2...Nf6, but it might annoy others. Even in the section on 2...Nf6, the Icelandic gambit with 3 c4 e6 is dismissed outright (and that's the line I play!) while the very popular Portuguese gambit line of 3 d4 Bg4 is not even mentioned (luckily, I don't play it). And there is no treatment of the Panov attack, so those who want to try the alternative of 2...Nf6 3 c4 c6 won't have a suggestion about what to do next when White plays 4 d4 cd 5 Nc3.

Still, if you play the Center Counter, I think you ought to have this book. You'll need more than this one, though. Maybe the best recent one is the second edition (2004) of "the scandinavian" by John Emms. For those of you who play 2...Qxd5, you may want to try "The Essential Center Counter," by Andrew Martin.
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HASH(0x958931ec) étoiles sur 5 Good, but lacks depth 25 avril 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was looking for a good book on the center counter game (1. e4 d5) and to my luck I found one by Jeremy Silman (and John Grefe). The book is split into two parts, one part is written by Grefe and the other part is written by Silman, and I must say that the part by silman is much better. The parts by Grefe are good, but Silman seems to go more in depth and discuss the opening more. Overall I rate the book 4 stars, it has been a great help to me in learning the center counter.
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HASH(0x95293c90) étoiles sur 5 Great book 25 avril 2000
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Format: Broché
I was looking for a book on the center counter game, and came across this one. What really attracted me to this one is that it is written by Jeremy Silman. And what a great job Silman does! The book is in two parts, one by Silman, and the other by Grefe and Silman's part is much better. If you are interested in learning the center counter game this book will give you a great start.
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