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Nikolaos Ntirlis on non-Spanish + Breyer    
  40 (56.3%)
Bologan: How to Play against the Spanish    
  31 (43.7%)




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Very Hot Topic (More than 25 Replies) New Breyer book (Read 58448 times)
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #17 - 09/17/15 at 15:35:01
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Is the Bologan book published yet or just planned?
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #16 - 09/13/15 at 11:56:31
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rossia wrote on 06/06/15 at 15:07:18:
Hello friends!

One of the Quality Chess authors and analyst, Nikolaos Ntirlis, is bound to write new book for Black in a single volume, consisting of full repertoire against non Spanish lines, and as a hard gun against Spanish he will deal with Breyer!

All these you can read from Quality Chess Forum.

Nikos, can you reveal to us publishing date, lines, pages etc  Cool


if this really happens to published I will definitely buy it.
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #15 - 09/10/15 at 22:57:59
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Deary me
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #14 - 07/18/15 at 15:45:02
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Nikos, do you have any new information for us about your book?
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #13 - 06/17/15 at 20:10:46
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Sorry. Right questions- wrong place.... Cry
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #12 - 06/17/15 at 14:59:50
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Are you sure about the Breyer? Couldn't it be also just Berlin(Carlsen) and Marshall(Aronian)?
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #11 - 06/09/15 at 14:51:02
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I think this book will be world class. Maybe Nikos can pull me away from 1...c5!  Grin
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #10 - 06/09/15 at 13:40:07
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Thank you very much!
So you will recommend the Two-Knight-Defence against the
Italian? Interesting.....  Shocked
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #9 - 06/09/15 at 06:36:52
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Hello guys. I had no idea that Jacob had (unofficially) announced it. Probably it is meant as a pressure to me to deliver the book inside my dead-line (which ends in about a week!).

I am not a GM or even an IM, but i am playing my first IM-norm events at ICCF and i am doing quite well (i hope to become a corr IM at some point soon). One of the main reasons of my rising up the Elo at ICCF is me using the Breyer Defence against 2200+ opposition. The material in this book will be based on my understanding and deep analysis of those games and of course based on deep analysis of all the sources available.

The presentation though will be targeted for the ordinary club player, so the aim is to be as practical as possible with the lines presented being as accurate and ambitious as possible. I am well aware that this is something that won't be achieved at the level i have dreamt it. You also have to know that the material has been studied deeply by at least 3 GMs (two of them 2600+ and all of them intend to use the lines, that's why i cannot reveal their names!) and of course Quality Chess will provide the usual superb editing, so i am guessing that at the end people will find the book usefull. 

Instead of the Breyer all the other White systems will be dealt with, the Italian (no draws! no GP!), the Scotch (Mieses, as the ...Bc5 lines seem to need much more effort for memorisation), the 4K, the KG, the Vienna and all of those tricky systems. I am recommending lines which i am intending to use at the level of corr games i am playing, but when there is a line which is much simpler and only slightly less ambitious, i am going with this line instead (an example is my recommendation against the King's Gambit which is the Schallopp Defence and needs about 2 minutes to be learnt while the resulting positions are not difficult to play of dry at all).

I think that i revealed much more than i should have  Grin
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #8 - 06/07/15 at 23:40:18
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wolfsblut wrote on 06/06/15 at 20:44:45:
LostTactic wrote on 06/06/15 at 19:52:14:
Can you post a link to where Nikos says this on the Quality Chess site? I can't find it.

http://www.qualitychess.co.uk/blog/3776#comments Wink


Thanks, two books on the Breyer sounds good to me. I respect Nikos as an opening analyst so I'll be buying this book.
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #7 - 06/06/15 at 22:01:01
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I assume they will be aimed at completely different audiences and for different purposes, so this poll is a bit superfluous.

Here's to hoping they complement each other perfectly.
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #6 - 06/06/15 at 21:51:27
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wolfsblut wrote on 06/06/15 at 20:39:53:
What do you mean? Huh


Er, the idea of having a poll comparing two as yet unwritten/unpublished books.
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #5 - 06/06/15 at 20:44:45
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LostTactic wrote on 06/06/15 at 19:52:14:
Can you post a link to where Nikos says this on the Quality Chess site? I can't find it.

http://www.qualitychess.co.uk/blog/3776#comments Wink
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #4 - 06/06/15 at 20:39:53
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kylemeister wrote on 06/06/15 at 18:38:09:
A bit silly, one might think.

What do you mean? Huh
  
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Re: New Breyer book
Reply #3 - 06/06/15 at 19:52:14
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Can you post a link to where Nikos says this on the Quality Chess site? I can't find it.
  
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