Glenn Flear studies a wide variety of ambitious and offbeat answers for those playing against the Spanish. From the super solid Berlin (as used so successfully by Vladimir Kramnik in his world championship match against Garry Kasparov) to the uncompromising Schliemann, there's enough choice here for any prospective black player facing the Spanish. On the other hand, this book is also perfect for white players looking for the best way to deal with those avoiding the main lines.
|Book Pub Date||Feb 1, 2001|
|Openings||e4, Ruy Lopez, Spanish|
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