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The Zukertort System: A Guide for White and Black par [Bogdanovich, Grigory]
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Back to the future! Far from a dusty relic once played by great masters such as Rubinstein, Pillsbury, and Bogolyubov, the Zukertort System now enjoys new life. Modern world-class players such as Artur Yusupov, Teimour Radjabov, and Lázaro Bruzón have come to appreciate the Zukertort's rich potential and play it with confidence against strong opposition. The Zukertort System is a fully viable, dynamic 21st-century opening.
Often considered a variation of the better-known Colle System, the Zukertort stands proudly on its own, offering White chances to launch a sharp kingside attack or to work up a slow squeeze on the queenside. In this monograph by Zukertort practitioner IM Grigory Bogdanovich, players of the white pieces will discover how to build on the assets of their position, while players of Black will learn how to defend their territory. All along, the reader is treated to a positional manual on fundamental themes such as hanging pawns, the isolated queen's pawn, and sacrifices to open lines for attack.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Middlegame feast 30 mars 2011
Par Goosemeyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been taking time recently to familiarize myself with this opening. I've never played it, but I am certainly considering it given the quality of material around for it. So take this review as one from an outsider and addressed to class players.

The book is not your first Zukertort book. Unless you are quite experienced, if you tried to take on the opening from this book alone you would be hopelessly overwhelmed (much better would be Killer Opening Repertoire). The book restricts itself exclusively to the Zukertort, and only in the contexts where it is a viable opening. It does not treat it as a system-based one size fits all opening, and it offers absolutely nothing about anti-Zukertorts or companion openings that would be part of a viable repertoire. This is ideal supplementary material for "owning" the opening once you have become acquainted with its essentials. And I mean ideal.

The book is organized around development patterns and their associated middlegames. It is most definitely not organized around variations, although it contains plenty of analysis. Several schemes for White and Black are presented with illustrative games and discriminating commentary. I think it is best read cover to cover. You could use it as a reference to some extent, but you would want to be very familiar with the opening already or you will never find anything. There is no variation index, for example.

The discussions are sufficient but not wordy. You are expected to play through the games and read the commentary in light of that experience. It's not chess fast food. The selection of games is very deliberate and didactic. It is very thorough and IMO explains the development plans for Black and White (equally) very clearly, especially since this thing is a transpositional jungle. Some analysis is excessively detailed, but it's easy to ignore and it's nice to have the detail there if you are sufficiently dedicated (it's anything but a data dump though - don't get me wrong). This IM has been playing the opening for a long time and knows it well. I believe you would be very well placed after a serious study of his book. It has the added advantage that it's a pretty "stable" opening, so once you master it you are unlikely to need the incessant revision that comes with mainlines.

I was very pleasantly surprised by this one. Offering such a feast of material on the opening makes it all the more attractive. The author was generous with his ideas and, to the extent that I can tell, has presented an accurate and honest appraisal of the opening. Highly recommended for the serious student, and something that the author can be very proud of. If you're already a rusted-on Zukertort fan with a good work ethic then you would be out of your mind not to buy this.

After my initial review I have docked a star for a lack of summarization and conclusions. You really do need to read the whole book to get the benefit and it shouldn't require that degree of commitment IMO. I still like it alot though.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book on the Zukertort System 14 février 2012
Par Jim Rickman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The author has done a fantastic job in going through the various middlegames that you would encounter with the Zukertort System. My only complaint is that the author spends some time going over the name of this opening, stating that it's really not important, and then adds to the confusion by proceeding to add yet another name to the mix -- the "Jusupovka" in honor of Grandmaster Artur Yusupov who adopted the system as a specialty of his. This, of course, is a very minor quibble, but if the name is of so little importance -- as he states in the first several pages of the book -- why does he insist on coming up with yet another name for it? The "Zukertort System" is a name which is accepted by almost all of us so please stick to it.
What I find of very high valuable in this book is the list of "Tactical Methods and Strategic Themes" found at the end of the book which refers to the pages where these methods and themes are discussed. This is not a openings book which presents a sequential listing of variations but rather one that discusses the Zukertort System's typical middlegames. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to play the Zukertort System or to those who end up fighting against it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Increase Your Chess Understanding 10 mai 2013
Par R. Tobias - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Zukertort flavor of the Colle Attack is becoming more and more popular again. While years ago it was largely considered a 'club' or 'old man's' opening, it has gradually morphed into a more respected opening. Its most famous proponents include GM Artur Yusupov (once rated 3rd in the world behind Kasparov and Karpov), super GM Radjabov, and GM Susan Polgar. It is worhwhile noting that this is not a universal opening. Yusupov himself considers that it should be used primarily against Queen Gambit and Nimzo-Indian set-ups. There are a number of references on the Zukertort, but this may be the best of the lot currently. A unique feature is that it has extensive advice for Black on how to play against the Zukertort. Another is that he organizes the book primarily by middlegame themes such as hanging pawns, isolated d-pawns for either side, play along the long diagonal, etc. So rather than focusing on memorization of rote lines, if you work through this book you will be growing in your understanding of important middlegame themes, which is far more important in this solid, strategic opening anyway. The author is an IM and practitioner of this opening. So you are getting more reliable advice than if you use the currently popular works on the Zukertort put out by a certain non-master, which can be safely avoided in favor of this or other available works written by players with vastly superior understanding of chess. More opening works should be written like this, as learning long opening lines doesn't help the non-master if he doesn't know how to handle the resulting middlegame positions. Recommended for both Zukertort players and Black players who use QGD or Nimzo set-ups.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 In depth but... 28 avril 2014
Par Arthur Yavelberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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...not as "complete" a system as portrayed. The lines that are covered are covered in great detail, but a simple line that players should use another approach in confronting g6 responses is not helpful. Even a couple of variations showing why that is the case would have been helpful.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book 20 mars 2016
Par Salvatore Grasso - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book on the Zukertort system. I like the opening for white and black, a new opening I have never tried before, I play better and it has helped me in my games. I would recommend this book to anyone if you want to improve your opening
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