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Re: Best books dealing with the Exchange for Black?
Reply #4 - 07/17/16 at 10:42:23
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I'm also not aware of any books covering 5...Qd6 from Black's perspective, but I always thought it was a decent line, just not trendy (possibly because 5...Qf6 is considered a slight refinement of the idea).
  

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Re: Best books dealing with the Exchange for Black?
Reply #3 - 07/16/16 at 15:07:13
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grandpatzer wrote on 07/16/16 at 11:41:41:
What line is reccommended in "Ruy Lopez: a Guide for Black" by Johnsen and Johannessen (Gambit, 2007)[...]?

5...f6 and as an alternative 5...Ne7.

In my opinion, the preface by Leif Johannessen (15 pages!), where he describes how he learnes a new opening, is worth the price of the book alone.

grandpatzer wrote on 07/16/16 at 11:41:41:
[...]is there any book dealing with the 5...Qd6 line in some detailed way?

I´m not aware of any book recommending this line for Black, but surely books covering the Ruy Exchange for White or in general will cover it.
  
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Re: Best books dealing with the Exchange for Black?
Reply #2 - 07/16/16 at 11:41:41
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Thx....What line is reccommended in "Ruy Lopez: a Guide for Black" by Johnsen and Johannessen (Gambit, 2007), vs the Exchange, and, in general, is there any book dealing with the 5...Qd6 line in some detailed way?
  
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Re: Best books dealing with the Exchange for Black?
Reply #1 - 07/16/16 at 11:33:35
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I find the coverage in "Playing 1.e4 e5" by Ntirlis impressive. In the main line he recommends 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Bxc6 dxc6 5.0-0 Bg4.
  
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Best books dealing with the Exchange for Black?
07/16/16 at 10:54:49
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What are the best books dealing with the Exchange Ruy from Black's perpective? I have seen Bologan dealing with the ...Ne7 and ...Be7 lines in some detailed way... Any other good books? Perhaps dealing with the main line ...f6, or the ...Qd6 line?
  
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