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By Lev Psakhis

The idea in the back of the French protection has grown so exponentially that it takes 3 whole volumes to hide all of it; here's the 1st, written via the famous grasp of the movement. Former Soviet champion Lev Psakhis covers the series 1 e4 e6 2 d4 d5 three nd2, often called the "Tarrach variation." even though it has lengthy been identified to supply very good attacking customers for white, a more youthful new release of avid gamers has amply verified that the Tarrach has many intriguing counterattacking assets, too. With a large collection of video games to illustrate the ideas, plus greater than two hundred illustrations and a dialogue of infrequent strains, this up to date, finished guide is a needs to for avid gamers hoping to enhance their skills.

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