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Re: New philidor book by Barski
Reply #1 - 07/19/10 at 10:41:03
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Barsky recommends (after 7.Re1) 7....c6 8.a4 a5.

My general feeling (I have not worked it through in detail) is that it is "light-weight".   I prefer the Bologan Fritz-trainer.

Having said that, the recommendations differ in several places so it may still be worth getting anyway.

The bibliography includes Bauers "The Philidor files" (incorrectly stating it to be published in 2009, it was reprinted then) but lack the other resources you listed.

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A Philidor "resource" missing from your list is the Foxy DVD "The Lion" by Martin.  That one I think however you can skip given what you already have.
  
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New philidor book by Barski
07/18/10 at 20:36:49
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Hi,
I have the following philidor books:
Kosten: Winning with the Philidor (old)
Lalic/Okhotnik: Carpathian Warrior
van Reckom/Jansen: The black lion
Seel: Geheimwaffe Philidor
Bauer: the Philidor files
additional I have the DVD'S from Shirov and Bologan.

Does the new book by Barski from chess stars add something new ?
What are your opinions about this new book ?
What is his recommendation after:
1.e4 dd 2. d4 Nf6 3. Nc3 e5 4. Nf3 Nbd7 5. Bc4 Be7 6. 0-0 0-0 7. Re1 ?
7...a6 or 7... c6 8. a4 b6 or 7...c6 8. a4 a5 ?
Thank you and best regards
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