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The Dynamic Benko Gambit: An Attacking Repertoire for Black (Anglais) Broché – 16 décembre 2012

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The Benko Gambit is a great opening for those who like active play. Black sacrifices a pawn in order to activate his pieces on the queenside, and generally gains enduring pressure. It has been played by recent world champions like Veselin Topalov, Vishy Anand and Garry Kasparov, and is a popular choice with amateurs all over the world. Grandmaster Sergey Kasparov, who has extensive experience with the Benko, presents a complete repertoire for Black, with many new ideas and improvements on existing theory. This book is accessible for the average club player but stronger players, too, will learn many things they didn t know.

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Grandmaster Sergey Kasparov (1968) was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, and now lives in Belarus. He has won many tournaments throughout the world and is a regular contributor to the New In Chess Yearbooks.

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Par AULEOR le 14 juillet 2013
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent opening book format! 3 janvier 2015
Par James l. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is one of the best opening books I've ever had the pleasure to study. Sergey Kasparov does a good job explaining the principles along with his analysis of the lines. No, not every line is here, but anyone going through this book should be able to absorb not only the ideas behind the lines, but the general principles of the Benko Gambit that will come up over the chessboard while using this opening.

But what really stood out to me about this book is the format. Most opening books give one game and then a ton of variant lines in paragraph form, hard to follow, either barely annotated or going on for pages in hard-to-follow format. Not this book! New variation? Complete new game, with annotations to follow. I love this, first because I like going over complete games, but also because it allows me to follow the "feel" of the game well past where most opening books would've broken off, and with a whole new game instead of just a few lines of annotation. Because of the sheer number of full games (all decently annotated in themselves), I got a rich amount of material to study without being overwhelmed, without having to keep two boards side-by-side, without having to go back and forth.

If you like the Benko Gambit (or have to play against it), I heartily recommend this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Book 9 décembre 2012
Par chess1941 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There are many games and plenty of diagrams for this book. Sergey Kasparov is a grandmaster who has specialized in the Benko Gambit and his adventures with this opening are given. He does quite well with only a few lapses but he gives explanations of what he should have played when he comes out of the opening with a bad position.

His explanation of the gamesand theory is excellent.

The only problem I had with this book was the terminology in the table of Contents. Example: Chapter 3, The Languid Variation. we have to go to page 114 to realize he means 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. b6. Same problem for Chapter 4, The Samisch Way and Chapter 5, An Intricate Variation and Chapter 6, An Adventurous Variation and I could give more examples.

Despite this one flaw the book is a must for Benko Gambit players.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Benko Gambit is fun especially at club level. 1 juillet 2013
Par Ellis E. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Benko Gambit is really a good opening to play to dictate play throughout the game. This book is a really a good introduction to the opening while having enough depth for players well above my A level. I enjoyed the writing as well as the info and I think a lot of players will also. I have won 14 games in a row at my club with the Benki by the way.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent analysis of recent, high-level Benko Gambit games 2 janvier 2013
Par Christopher J. Falter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In my never-ending bid for dynamic play with unfashionable openings, I've recently taken up the Benko Gambit against White's queen pawn openings. I found Kasparov's (Sergey, not the former world champ Garry) analysis of 273 Benko Gambit games, largely from the past 6 years or so, to be very helpful. The author has played the Benko Gambit extensively, and he divulges both his successes and his failures. The presentation is from Black's perspective, but he also demonstrates key ideas for white superiority that Black must guard against. The reading experience is top notch as well: Kasparov's analysis includes plenty of text and diagrams, and his winsome humor spawns the occasional chuckle. One nice and unusual feature is that he has designated 39 of the games (exactly 1 in 7, for you bean counters) as critical games that illustrate important themes and therefore merit close study.

Kasparov calls attention to recent, key developments in theory that can benefit every fan of this sharp opening. Against the Opocensky Variation, for example -- heralded not long ago as the gambit's refutation -- he breathes life into Black's counterplay by suggesting 9...Nfd7 instead of 9...Nbd7 in order to bring immediate pressure down the long diagonal against white's queenside. He also offers a variety of useful ideas against the majority of white's offbeat attempts to sidestep the gambit. Importantly, he offers Black improvements in response to Bologan's Benko Gambit disasters at Biel 2012, all of which he analyzes in sufficient detail.

A few flaws prevent this fine book from reaching 5-star status, however.

* Kasparov does not organize his suggestions into a concise repertoire. As a result, I cannot recommend this as an introduction for Benko Gambit newbies, who would be better served by Andrew Martin's Fritz Trainer - The ABC of the Benko Gambit (Andrew Martin), which ably guided my initial foray into the opening.

* He offers almost no material for Black against 3. Nf3, one of the most common anti-Benko lines for White at the club level (in my experience, at least). Surely he could have included a couple of games featuring the Vaganian Gambit (3...cxd4 4. Nxd4 e5 5. Nb5 d5 6. cxd5 Bc5!?), which has scored reasonably well for Black.

* His main recommendation against 2. Nf3 is the passive Schmid Benoni (2...c5 3. d5 d6 4. Nc3), which offers none of the dynamism that Benko fans seek. Why not give the Blumenfeld (1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 c5 3. d5 e6!?) a whirl?

In spite of these imperfections, Kasparov's book offers a fine collection of games and theory that anyone who plays either side of the Benko Gambit should study.

The publisher provided a review copy of this book to me in exchange for my honest review. My ratings of the publisher's books have ranged from 3 stars to 5 stars.
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