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The Modern Scotch - Alexander Khalifman & Sergei Soloviov

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The Scotch Game is the most “open” of all the Open Games. In fact this is the only really Open Game, in its essence, which matches the traditional terminology.

The move 3.d2-d4 breaks immediately the symmetry. White tries to occupy the centre and gain additional space. Rapid contact between the opposing forces takes place, in fact much quicker than in the other open (and not only open...) games, which increases the value of every move and requires from both sides tremendous accuracy at a very early stage of the game. Positions with opposite castles arise much more often in the Scotch than in all the other Open Games put together.

Alexander Khalifman is a GM and FIDE Senior Trainer, FIDE World Chess Champion in 1999. He won the Soviet Union Youth Championship (1982, 1984), the European Under-20 Championship (1985), the Russian Championship (1996). He was a member of the gold medal-winning Russian team at the Chess Olympiads in 1992, 2000 and 2002, and at the 1997 World Team Chess Championship. Author of many books as Opening for White According to AnandOpening for White According to Kramnik.

Sergei Soloviov is an IM, author of many books as Boris Spassky's 400 Selected Games, Leko's One Hundred Wins.

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Information

Tel: +31-206241171

Haarlemmerdijk 173

1013 KH Amsterdam

Email: info@schaakengo.nl

Opening Hours:

Monday          13:00 till 18:00 

Tuesday         10.00 till 18.00

Wednesday    10.00 till 18.00 

Thursday        10.00 till 19.00 

Friday             10.00 till 19.00 

Saturday         10.00 till 18.00 

Sunday           12.00 till 17.00