Web Forum: ChessPub Forum – Hypermodern opening repertoire for white. Title, Hypermodern Opening Repertoire for White. Publisher, Cardoza Publishing . ISBN, , Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote. This complete repertoire shows White how to reject the classical principles of opening play. Instead of placing pawns in the center, White allows Black to build .

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Instead he wasted a move on 9…Ng4 that was easily kicked later with h3, and lost his e pawn for nothing in doing so.


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Are there any hypermodern openings for white Ask Question. Nf3 Nc6 Now in the Ruy Lopez the next move will be 3. Studying all aspects of the game in parallel. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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When you push a pawn to challenge the center, you are essentially presenting a gambit to you opponent. There are no discussion repertpire on this book yet. Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”? AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The whole book seems like a self indulgent exercise in annotating games that Schiller finds interesting. Saying that it doesn’t score well in semi-open positions is taken on the scores of FM, IM and GM games and if you want to have an opening that scores better, you’re going to have to study theory.


I thought at the time 7…e4 was a pretty good move, putting pressure on me for wasting time on 6. I guess that makes it a wide tree, about 12 moves tall.

AquaMan vs glenndunn 9 May Sign up using Facebook. Gambits accepted for example would tend to be open games. There are probably two things that will make it hard for me to switch off of the hypermoderns right now.

He coins a lot of interesting names for basic pawn and piece positions, then plunges into analysis of full games. Instead, he might play 2. I’m pretty sure a lot hypsrmodern people would have replied to this post had it been a paragraph shorter. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Another hypermodern opening is to play 1.

If you don’t mind, take a look at my recent games, March and later, and tell me what you think. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Yes, openings are an important part of chess. So I consider myself hypermoderrn to try these openings for 6 moths.


The asymitry between white and black is supposed to make for sharp counterplay. So a puzzle book is good. Bb2 called Larsen’s Opening or the Nimzowitsch attack.

Keep trying to find openings that suit your style. I haven’t read them yet they’re on my to do list. For black, i usually play benko gambit and alekhine defense, so preferably, I am opting for a tactical opening.


Seems he played The repertoite is that you transposed into a king’s-pawn opening by playing 2. Refresh and try again. Schiller’s book might also be useful if you are trying to figure out a good defense as Black against 1. I know a couple lines of the Piano 20 moves deep, but I haven’t even played the Piano in a rated game, almost every game I play as white has been the Sicilian.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. A generous amount of games are analyzed, along with a section that covers the games of famous players who used the opening in their repertoire.

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Plentiful diagrams and explanations illustrate every concept, with games from the greatest players showing the principles in action. Now you can win your pawn back: Tiffany added it Oct 04, Against the Two Knights Defense I like 4.

Do you think my tactics are good engough to be venturing into the hypermoderns, though?

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