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Re: Marshall / Anti-Marshall books
Reply #2 - 07/31/08 at 09:16:20
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Thanks for the infos !
  
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Re: Marshall / Anti-Marshall books
Reply #1 - 07/30/08 at 15:56:34
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You will have to wait for it, but there is a new book by Everyman that should meet your needs.

http://www.everymanchess.com/display.php?id=487

Otherwise I think the best source is Tim Harding's CD on the Marshall, and Informants, New in Chess Yearbooks, and Chessbase magazine articles should keep you up to date. It's a popular line...

Just thought of another one. ICC has a video series on the Marshall. If you are a member, you can view for free.
  
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Marshall / Anti-Marshall books
07/30/08 at 15:40:41
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Hi !
Im thinking about building a repertoire for black around the Marshall Attack/gambit as an alternative to the berlin defence, which I play at the moment.
(Yes, you might wonder why I always want to learn new openings Smiley The answer is easy: I like to learn new openings Smiley )
I know that I will get more Anti-Marshalls than Marshalls in OTB games, but thats ok.
So my question is which book(s) would you recommend (or DVD).
I appreciate computer checked books with fresh or even untried ideas and no books looking like database dumps.
  
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