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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #10 - 03/11/11 at 09:57:16
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raja wrote on 03/11/11 at 08:59:36:
In that case i would have to disagree with krasenkow  Grin
Just kidding...please give me the link if u have. Smiley


It's in CBM 135, you'll have to purchase it.
  

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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
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BPaulsen wrote on 03/11/11 at 06:44:15:
raja wrote on 03/11/11 at 01:06:12:
Thanks SM.I just looked into the database and it looks like Black equalises comfortably in Ba6 variation... Sad Embarrassed Undecided Lips Sealed


I wish it were so. Obviously you haven't seen Krasenkow's analysis from his CBM articles.

Black's best bet is 4...Bb7.

In that case i would have to disagree with krasenkow  Grin
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #8 - 03/11/11 at 08:56:17
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MNB's idea of 4.Nc3 looks promising! it does avoid Ba6 Cool and if Bb4 then we have Qb3!
  
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #7 - 03/11/11 at 08:38:42
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BPaulsen wrote on 03/11/11 at 06:44:15:
I wish it were so. Obviously you haven't seen Krasenkow's analysis from his CBM articles.

Black's best bet is 4...Bb7.

Interesting - in which CBM(s) was that? 4...Ba6 is what always kept me from playing 3.Nf3 + 4.a3, while I have some interesting analysis for white after 4...Bb7, so I'd be really interested to know of some good ideas against 4...Ba6.
  
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
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raja wrote on 03/11/11 at 01:06:12:
Thanks SM.I just looked into the database and it looks like Black equalises comfortably in Ba6 variation... Sad Embarrassed Undecided Lips Sealed


I wish it were so. Obviously you haven't seen Krasenkow's analysis from his CBM articles.

Black's best bet is 4...Bb7.
  

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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #5 - 03/11/11 at 03:37:55
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Isn't the move 4.Nc3 designed to avoid it?
  

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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
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Thanks SM.I just looked into the database and it looks like Black equalises comfortably in Ba6 variation... Sad Embarrassed Undecided Lips Sealed
  
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #3 - 03/10/11 at 22:00:52
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One of my all-time favorite opening books is twenty years old (1991), but still useful:
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov System by Mikhail Gurevich.

Gurevich managed to write a virtually timeless opening monograph by focusing on tabiya positions. He analysed the key lines that were current twenty years ago, and remarkably, they are still current today. But the real value is that he teaches how to play the positions that arise from the opening, not just opening moves.

I haven't seen a better 100 page monograph.
  
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #2 - 03/10/11 at 15:51:46
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Excellent!! This is what i was looking for.Thanks a lot i never knew this kind of book exists. i  always wondered why no author is showing interest to publish books on Queens indian, Nimzo indian or bogo indian from whites point of view, but atleast with this book one mystery is solved Cheesy
  
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Re: Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
Reply #1 - 03/10/11 at 14:23:29
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The most recent one I can think of is the Chess Stars one by Alexander Beliavsky and Adrian Mikhalchishin, 2008.

Don't think it's geared to one particular colour though.

There wasn't a lot of ..Ba6 coverage (if I recall).

Plus it amusingly got its board set up wrong on the front cover. Made me smile.
  
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Any good book on Petrosean Qid?
03/10/11 at 14:18:00
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Hi all i like Petrosean variation of the Queens indian defense i wanted to know if there is any book on whites point of view...
Thanks... Smiley
  
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