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Typically, the Colle-Zukertort arises after the sequence 1.
It is a simple yet elegant system and, as David Rudel shows in this excellent book, it should not be underestimated. Nf3 Bg4 or 1.
Nf3 Bf5 or 1. However, it is not quite exhaustive. The Colle-Zukertort Revolutionised is a book with many virtues: Rudel deals rigorously and methodically with most every plan or option for Black, and most every way of implementing that option.
Each option is dealt with by explanation, on the whole — the emphasis throughout is on understanding — but is supported by games and analysis btonznik appropriate.
We respect this author in part because of this Socratic style of exposition, and in part from the fact that he has played the Colle-Zukertort for 15 years or so: Rudel also uses statistical data incisively and well, and will often tell the reader how frequently a line has been played and how successful it has been. Finally, the book is written in an engaging, conversational prose style with quirky touches of humour.
There are a few typos in the text, but the meaning can be gleaned in virtually every case except one: My guess, for what it is worth, is that 15 … Bxf1 colpe The bibliography is fairly comprehensive, but it omits to mention two works of value.
Colle-Koltanowski System – Valerij Bronznik
First, btonznik its useful discussion of various anti-Colle lines. Second, for its detailed analysis of the consequences of 1. Be2, should White wish to delay the decision of whether to play 5.
And why might White want to do this? In particular, he provides a deep analysis of the game Yusupov-Anand, Linaresan engrossing struggle between two world-class players.
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The current world champion was clearly lost in that game, though he managed to scrape a win in the end. To pronounce a critical judgement on the book under review: And, as is plain to see, it has a brilliant cover. Paul Kane lives and works in Manchester, England. He welcomes responses to his reviews and you can reach him at ludic europe.
To end, and as a small bonus, here are pointers to a couple of online resources: