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Re: Books on the Schiliemann
Reply #3 - 11/06/16 at 11:52:30
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There are 116 pages on it in Ivan Sokolov's book "The Ruy Lopez Revisited" (New in Chess 2009). That should be enough for anyone Smiley
  

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Re: Books on the Schiliemann
Reply #2 - 11/06/16 at 00:11:49
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Chessbase also has a DVD on it by Chesspublishing columnist Sam Collins, while Sam Shankland did a DVD for Empire Chess.

Sadly all the recent publications on this stuff is in DVD format not print.

Recent praxis suggests that the Schliemann offers decent drawing chances as does quite a few other lines against the Ruy.
  

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Re: Books on the Schiliemann
Reply #1 - 11/05/16 at 20:13:23
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I assume you are talking about 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 f5 ?

This is called the Jaenisch-Gambit in some countries and the Schliemann-Gambit (not Schiliemann) in others. The most recent source is certainly the video lecture on chess24 which is also available as an ebook there. It makes a decent impression on me.

Furthermore a Move by Move book about it has been anounced by Everyman for a while now but has been pushed back repeatedly.

And I´m sure chesspublishing has more than enough material on this opening...
  
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Books on the Schiliemann
11/05/16 at 20:01:22
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I am considering taking up the Schiliemann as Black. What book(s) do you recommend getting on the Schiliemann? The main books on the Schiliemann that I am aware of are "The Ruy Lopez Revisited", "Attacking the Spanish", and "Gambiteer II".


  
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