How To Win With Hypermodern Chess Strategy
Master the art of flank attacks
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| By Keene, Raymond, and Schiller, Eric|
| ISBN 1843821052|
| SERIES Hardinge Simpole Chess Classics|
| Paperback 192 pages|
| Subject [Chess
| Published 23 January, 2004|
| UK Price £16.95 Order from amazon.co.uk|
| US Price $27.95 Order from amazon.com|
In the 1920's the hypermodern school (primarily Nimzowitsch, Reti, Tartakower, Breyer and Grünfeld) introduced strategies which relied for their impact on fianchettoed bishops and a delayed assault on the centre. Perhaps the most provocative of the new openings was Alekhine's defence 1e4 Nf6 which positively encouraged a huge white pawn centre to lumber forwards and then self destruct. In their treatise the authors - between them responsible for 200 books on chess - outline and explain these theories and show how they remain valid as point scorers to the present day. Originally published as Winning with the Hypermodern.
Eric Schiller has a long involvement in world chess championships, having been a championship arbiter and head of the press room . He is one of the most prolific authors on chess and has written extensively on all aspects of the game.
Ray Keene is a British Chess Champion, and the first British Player to achieve a FIDE (World Chess Federation) Grandmaster norm. He was awarded the OBE for services to chess in 1985. He is Chess Correspondent of The Times, The Sunday Times, and the International Herald Tribune. He is a prolific author of chess books, several of which are classics of the genre. He has organised three World Chess Championships.