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Re: Playing The Queen’s Gambit Declined
Reply #2 - 01/07/17 at 14:40:39
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Since Ntirlis´ book on 1.e4 e5 also started on move 2 I actually do expect this for this book too.

I also expect this to be written in the same (very good!) style.

What I do not expect is the author to answer such questions here. This is probably reserved for their own blog.
  
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Re: Playing The Queen’s Gambit Declined
Reply #1 - 01/07/17 at 12:08:11
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rossia wrote on 01/07/17 at 11:14:03:
– will you cover all lines starting from move 2 (Torre, London etc)


I would not expect this since Quality chess already have a book covering this for all move orders, but interesting if this book has alternatives.
  

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Playing The Queen’s Gambit Declined
01/07/17 at 11:14:03
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On Quality Chess forum I noticed that Nikos Ntirlis is finishing his book on QGD, a Black repertoire.

Nikos, can you please answer following:

– this will be a GM Guide format for Black based on Tartakower and Lasker Orthodox?
– will you cover all lines starting from move 2 (Torre, London etc)
– will you provide 2 lines for readers (one solid and one agressive as Bologan in his recent books on Open Games and Ruy Lopez).

Last, but most important, I'm expecting you dear Nikos to write Playing The Kalashnikov with Tony Rotella and one volume book on Playing The King’s Indian.

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