The Leningrad System is one of the sharpest and most interesting replies to 1 d4, and since this typical set-up is also playable against the flank openings 1 c4. Booktopia has Leningrad System, A Complete Weapon Against 1 D4 by Stefan Kindermann. Buy a discounted Paperback of Leningrad System online from. Author Stefan Kindermann. Ee8 in the main line of the Leningrad System is presented here, but since the typical motifs and ideas for both sides are fully.

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And I play the French against 1. Is this something that my 1.

Stefan Kindermann (Author of Leningrad System)

GM Kindermann has produced a complete repertoire to combat 1. Again, this “e6 against everything” approach also lets me transpose to a Tarrasch-like setup at times. This is a revised English edition of a book lfningrad published in by the same author.

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Mate in 3 El99m 28 min ago. It’s why I don’t really pay much attention to the Dutch. Spanish Exchange Variation Stefan Kindermann. This English edition is a fully updated and expanded version of the German edition, which received some highly favourable reviews, for example:. If my opponent plays 1. Win in the Opening IA. The Leningrad System is one of the sharpest and most interesting replies to 1 d4, and since this typical set-up is also playable against the flank openings 1 c4 and 1 Nf3, it provides the Black player with a genuine universal weapon.


I have a freebie subscription to chessbase, so I will let others chime in with better info. I can see you’re pretty passionate in your defense of the dutch so I’ll leave you alone.

kinddermann Thanks for the warning. It is a sound and solid opening, yet gives good winning chances for White. Mar 23, 8. Translated by Brian Ings.

A Complete Weapon Against 1 D4. What is remarkable is to say that both Alekhine and Botvinnik played it.

A book for nothing? The Dutch has since been rendered an inferior opening, similar to the Pirc and King’s Gambit.

Jan 23, 2. He has represented Germany in six chess Olympiads and once qualified for the World Championship. This is a very brave thing to do. Learn Chess in 40 Hours Rudolf Teschner. Think of this, you are producing a black repertoire book and realize that there is a line that is troublesome for your chosen system.

A key feature of the book is the chapter on typical positions, which should quickly provide you with enough basic strategic understanding of this opening to allow you to start playing it with confidence.


I bought it last week and it will take me some years to get through to it. Oct 31, 1. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

Stefan Kindermann

Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 18mm The layout of this book is simply fantastic. I’m not familiar with the problem you describe of playing lenibgrad Dutch against 1. So you have two world champions 1 an attacker and dynamic player, and 2 a solid strategist both employing a “crap opening”?

And yes, I’ve used it against both. Why this is not done more often by more authors is simply a mystery to me. Stefan Kindermann books A book for nothing? Mate in 13 for White Aaron 20 min ago.