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Re: London System-Modern Chess Camp
Reply #2 - 03/03/21 at 19:13:46
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I hadn't seen that quote before ....it is a very good ..... perhaps I should take heed of it!!

I have long hoped that Quality or Thinkers may produce an up-to-date book on the subject but neither publisher seems to have much interest. Strange really as the opening is played at so many levels nowadays it could be quite popular.
  
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Re: London System-Modern Chess Camp
Reply #1 - 03/03/21 at 07:09:58
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I confess I have nothing to offer in response to the question, but I cannot resist quoting this now 4.5 year old witticism.  I wouldn't wish to try and estimate the volume of analysis written on the London in this time...

katar wrote on 08/11/16 at 17:53:22:
It is with a heavy heart that I have to admit that I can no longer keep up with the deluge of dense theoretical material published on the London System on a weekly or monthly basis.  In light of this strain on my time and other resources, i have decided to cut my theoretical workload by switching to the Ruy Lopez.
  
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London System-Modern Chess Camp
03/02/21 at 03:01:42
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Hi did anyone do this camp online or buy the course database from Modern Chess? If so what do you think of it and and is/was it good value?

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