The Classical Dutch is an ambitious and underrated defence to queen's pawn openings. With his first few moves Black creates an asymmetrical pawn structure which unbalances the position from a very early stage, allowing both white and black players to fight for the initiative. Now, for the first time in recent history, International Master Jan Pinski delves into the secrets of the Classical Dutch, studying both the positional motives and tactical nuances for both sides. Pinski deals with the theoretical main lines as well as the crafty side variations, updating the reader on all the new important wrinkles.
|Book Pub Date||Sep 1, 2002|
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