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Re: Carlsbad pawn structure
Reply #5 - 02/04/08 at 00:09:57
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Greetings,

nyoke
So, this to what you were referring when you answered my topic!

Looks as if no-one is familiar enough with it to comment on its quality.

It seems that we'll just have to buy a copy and see for ourselves!

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Re: Carlsbad pawn structure
Reply #4 - 01/24/07 at 08:12:12
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Partly, Markovich, as it can also arise via a Nimzo and other openings. Hence my interest in it.
  
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Re: Carlsbad pawn structure
Reply #3 - 01/23/07 at 15:06:30
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nyoke wrote on 01/23/07 at 14:29:18:
I think I recall having seen a book on this topic exclusively, but it seems to have vanished from the chess shops...
Anyone who knows it ? And what do you think of it ? (I try to get to know openings through middle game themes rather than move order trees, as I seem utterly unable to absorb the latter....)


Am I correct that this is the constellation of pawns that typcially arises from the Queen's Gambit Exchange?
  

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Re: Carlsbad pawn structure
Reply #2 - 01/23/07 at 15:00:29
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I can confirm that there is such a book, written perhaps a decade ago by a US master.  But I don't remember the details, and I only glanced at the book some years ago.

(update:  yes, jeupham has the one i remember)
  
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Re: Carlsbad pawn structure
Reply #1 - 01/23/07 at 14:54:51
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The book you are seeking  (and very good it is too) is

"Middlegame Strategy with the Carlsbad Pawn Structure"  Smiley

by Robert Leininger

Pickard and Sons, July 1997.

ISBN 1-886846-07-3

See http://www.abebooks.co.uk/

Regards, John Upham, Andrew Martin Chess Academy.
  
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Carlsbad pawn structure
01/23/07 at 14:29:18
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I think I recall having seen a book on this topic exclusively, but it seems to have vanished from the chess shops...
Anyone who knows it ? And what do you think of it ? (I try to get to know openings through middle game themes rather than move order trees, as I seem utterly unable to absorb the latter....)
  
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