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Re: New Vigorito's book
Reply #6 - 08/07/10 at 14:40:12
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fluffy wrote on 07/31/10 at 15:19:16:
Volume 1 will cover the Classical (main lines with 7...Nc6, main lines of the Gligoric and Petrosian, and multiple options in the Exchange) and the Samisch Panno 6...Nc6. Perhaps 6...c5 is 'best', but that's been covered everywhere and not everyone likes to play a pawn down endgame right out of the opening, sound or not. Besides, the Panno is a lot of fun and has not received much coverage over the years.

The second volume will cover the Fianchetto, Four Pawns, Averbakh, etc.


Thanks for that information. I'll be interested to see what improvement you have in mind for Black against the 9.Rc1 variation which was considered slightly better for White the last time I checked.

Also, is the 6.h3 variation covered in Volume 1 or 2?
  

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Reply #5 - 08/07/10 at 10:45:18
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fluffy wrote on 07/31/10 at 15:19:16:
Volume 1 will cover the Classical (main lines with 7...Nc6, main lines of the Gligoric and Petrosian, and multiple options in the Exchange) and the Samisch Panno 6...Nc6. Perhaps 6...c5 is 'best', but that's been covered everywhere and not everyone likes to play a pawn down endgame right out of the opening, sound or not. Besides, the Panno is a lot of fun and has not received much coverage over the years.

The second volume will cover the Fianchetto, Four Pawns, Averbakh, etc.

Just a quick question, is the Panno the only line covered avaginst the Saemisch?
  
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Reply #4 - 07/31/10 at 16:02:04
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fluffy wrote on 07/31/10 at 15:19:16:
Perhaps 6...c5 is 'best', but that's been covered everywhere and not everyone likes to play a pawn down endgame right out of the opening, sound or not. Besides, the Panno is a lot of fun and has not received much coverage over the years.


I give a thumbs-up to that.
  
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Re: New Vigorito's book
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Volume 1 will cover the Classical (main lines with 7...Nc6, main lines of the Gligoric and Petrosian, and multiple options in the Exchange) and the Samisch Panno 6...Nc6. Perhaps 6...c5 is 'best', but that's been covered everywhere and not everyone likes to play a pawn down endgame right out of the opening, sound or not. Besides, the Panno is a lot of fun and has not received much coverage over the years.

The second volume will cover the Fianchetto, Four Pawns, Averbakh, etc.
  
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Re: New Vigorito's book
Reply #2 - 07/31/10 at 01:52:02
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Indeed, I would be interested to know whether you recommend the Nc6 mainlines in the classical, or expand upon your excellent lectures on the Na6 variation.
  
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Reply #1 - 07/29/10 at 07:21:19
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Mr. Vigorito, can you give us please as much information about your upcoming book as you can?
  
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New Vigorito's book
07/28/10 at 18:08:41
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Hello KID worshipers  Grin Grin Grin

Well we'll be gifted with 2 volumes book very very soon:

"Attacking Chess: The King's Indian, Volume 1 by David Vigorito

The King's Indian remains a hugely popular opening at all levels of chess - unsurprising given the attacking opportunities it offers. In many of the ultra-sharp main lines, both sides can fight for the initiative. White frequently wins the queenside battle but this often turns out to be a Pyrrhic victory as Black wins the war by checkmating on the kingside! Black is hunting the enemy king and this gives him a psychological edge in practical play.

Here David Vigorito presents an aggressive repertoire for Black based on the main lines. Vigorito is renowned for his attention to detail and creativity, and his repertoire is full of innovative ideas. What's more, his lucid explanations of the key plans and tactics will benefit all King's Indian players. Volume 1 deals with the Main Line (Classical) and Sämisch variations.

Attacking Chess is a brand new series of opening repertoire books. It focuses on traditional attacking openings, as well as creative and forceful ways to play openings that are not always associated with attacking chess. It provides ambitious repertoires designed for players of all levels.

    * A King's Indian repertoire for Black
    * Packed with new ideas and analysis
    * Ideal for club and tournament players
    *  Published: December 2010 EU, December 2010 US
    * ISBN: 9781857446456
    * Format: Paperback
    * 272 pages"


  
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