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Berlin Defence

Garry Kasparov had to grind his teeth in his WCh match in the year 2000, since he was unable to win a single game with White against Vladimir Kramnik’s Berlin Defence. The latter then received the nickname of the Berlin Wall. As a result 3...Nf6 against the Ruy Lopez also became ever more popular amongst other grandmasters and the analytical efforts were stepped up in order to find for White some sort of promising setup against this super-solid defence.

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The Berlin Wall
The Berlin Wall
by Viktor Bologan
Victor Bologan shows from blacks point of view all Anti-Berlin setups as well as how to gain advantage in the Berlin Defence.
€29.90
Trends in modern openings (2014)
Trends in modern openings (2014)
by Rustam Kasimdzhanov
This DVD helps you to remain up-to-date in a number of important and popular openings. Including the Najdorf Variation, Caro-Kann, the Berlin Defense, Ruy Lopez Main Line with 6.d3, Ruy Lopez with 3…g6, Scotch Opening, Petroff, Queen’s Gambit Declined wit
€29.90
Beating the Berlin Defence
Beating the Berlin Defence
by Alexei Shirov
€29.90
Being safe in the Berlin Defence
Being safe in the Berlin Defence
by Leonid Kritz
€9.90
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