French 3.Be3 Playbook: 200 Opening Chess Positions for White (Chess Opening Playbook)

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French 3.Be3 Playbook: 200 Opening Chess Positions for White (Chess Opening Playbook)

English | April 4, 2017 | ISBN: 1520999496 | 206 Pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 3.40 MB

This is your step by chess step guide to a sharp gambit against the French Defence. The Alapin-Diemer Gambit is like the Kings Gambit of the French Defence! The move 3.Be3 was favored by Semyon Alapin in the 1890s after 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5. Emil J. Diemer incorporated 3.Be3 into his Blackmar-Diemer Gambit systemafter the move order 1.d4 d5 2.e4 e6. The French 3.Be3 lines lead to sharp wide open attacking chess. White has multiple third moves against the French. Many other moves lead to closed maneuvering. The line with 3.Be3 tempts Black into accepting the pawn on e4. This Playbook is a tool to help you easily prepare to play your opening. The 200 diagrams in this playbook cover the variations that you are most likely to face. Be prepared. It is White’s move in every diagram. The author gives a reasonable next move for White in each position followed by brief comments as to why he recommends that move. Every move is checked by computer chess engines. This is an easy companion volume to the author’s “Alapin French: Tactics for White” book published by Thinkers’ Press in 1995. Tom Purser said that 3.Be3 is “surprisingly hard to beat”. Tim Harding called 3.Be3 “The Devious Alapin-Diemer Gambit. Enjoy this book. Gambits make chess fun

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