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Fighting The Ruy Lopez

Fighting The Ruy Lopez.
Type: BOOKS. Detail: Pavlovic, M. Product Code: 9781857445909.
Category: 1 E4 OPENINGS. Publisher: Everyman.
Price: AUD $32.95 Now $29.95 (9% discount!!)
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The Ruy Lopez is incredibly common at all levels of chess, and everyone who plays 1 e4 e5 as Black needs to have a reliable antidote to this powerful opening. In this book, Milos Pavlovic provides the answer, devising a sound and yet ambitious repertoire for Black, the basis of which is provided by the legendary and ever popular Marshall Attack. The Marshall is a perfect weapon for Black, as it avoids passive positions and the so called 'Spanish torture' of many other variations. In contrast, with the Marshall Black's objectives are clear cut and often involve a direct mating attack against the white king! Softback, 174 pages. Dimensions 152 x 229 x 12.7mm, 295g.

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