Read “The French Winawer: Move by Move” by Neil McDonald with Rakuten Kobo. This series provides an ideal platform to study chess openings. I don’t care about the rating of the author – I like Thomas Johansson’s books and he is not a GM either. The sample as we can find in Dom’s link. The classical french with nf6 is nice and all, but I’d like to keep 3. retract my sight unseen recommendation of the French Winawer: Move by Move since after .

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But you can’t really “learn” the Winawer from books. Better Chess for Average Players.

Find the right combination! Advertising Books, boards, sets: Bologan manages a good mix of providing concrete variations for White while also imparting a few choice positional nuggets along the way.

White has two major choices on move third; one of them is 3.

The French Winawer: Move by Move

The review must be at least 50 characters long. Can you rrench these tactics from my games? Essential guidance and training in the French Winawer Important ideas absorbed by continued practice Utilizes an ideal approach to chess study.


Kf8 Eingorn variation at all, which I’m surprised at.

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In summary, the positional Winawer is very well described and I think that considering the objective of the book. Yes, that’s another good one. Did anyone have a look at the book in the meantime? The games of Korchnoi would be a fair place to start. I have Moskalenko’s book and enjoy it omve much along with his The Flexible French. After all, a weakness is only a weakness if it can be exploit!

That aside, I will probably pick this book up – some elementary French material suits me and as I mentioned previously, I movee his previous books, the explanation is about right for my level. Discussion and Feedback Join the public discussion or submit your feedback to the editors. He examines instructive games, covers the most important lines and provides answers to all the key questions. May 15, A fine book that does exactly what it promises! Unter diesem Aspekt ist es wichtig, dass der Stoff hinsichtlich der behandelten bzw.

We have taken the game between Robson and Shulman in which black tried to equalize by playing Qf6-Bf5. The book is trying to give an introduction to the Winawer, and is trying to give an overview of basic ideas and plans in typical Winawer structures. Watson’s book was a good starting point.


Black therefore argues that his own dark-square weaknesses aer not as important as they may seem, because they are hard to attack. On around pages, the author covers everything that needs to be known in order to play the opening as black and also what to watch out for white! Disappointing choice of author. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

This moves leaves black with two main continuations, one is 3…Nf6 and the well known Winawer Variation with 3…Bb4which is the variation we will focus on in this article. In the variations we also have a look at a game by Hou Yifan that although she lost, she emerged with advantage out of the opening. Gender of pieces ThrillerFan 4 min ago.

Apr 29, 7. Kasimdzhanov selects a number of excellent illustrative games and I enjoyed his commentary greatly.