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Re: Gregory Huber: The Vienna Game
Reply #2 - 01/24/06 at 14:52:53
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I just checked a couple of variations in minute detail, but those I checked he made a thourough impression. Both for the completeness of the analysis as the judgement of the remaining position. He also uses a lot of Bangiev's analysis and further completes it.

My conclusion is that it is a very good buy if you want to play the Vienna.
  
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Re: Gregory Huber: The Vienna Game
Reply #1 - 12/06/05 at 10:04:13
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Bought it but have not looked into it, yet. (Have my work cut out for me in my end of year holiday...)

But I'm willing to check and compare if you give me some critical lines...
  
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C25-C29: Gregory Huber: The Vienna Game
12/04/05 at 19:26:54
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Just curious, if anyone purchased the Chessbase CD about the Vienna Game by Huber.
Can you recommand the CD as a start for an e4-repertoire ?
Is he unbiased concerning the critical variations ?

Thanks in advance
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