Dutch Leningrad by Neil McdonaldDutch Leningrad by Neil Mcdonald

Dutch Leningrad

byNeil Mcdonald

Paperback | June 1, 1997

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Grand chess Master Neil McDonald explains the strategy and tactics of the highly fashionable Leningrad variation of the Dutch Defense. Through the use of model games for both sides, McDonald provides a thorough grounding in the key ideas, so that readers can quickly and confidently start to use the Leningrad in their own games.
Grandmaster Neil McDonald is an experienced player on the international chess circuit and has a string of tournament successes to his name. He is a talented chess coach who has trained English juniors at many international events. His successful books include Modern Defence, French Winawer and Dutch Leningrad.
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Title:Dutch LeningradFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9.21 × 6.16 × 0.39 inPublished:June 1, 1997Publisher:Everyman Chess

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ISBN - 10:190125903X

ISBN - 13:9781901259032

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Grand chess Master Neil McDonald explains the strategy and tactics of the highly fashionable Leningrad variation of the Dutch Defense. Through the use of model games for both sides, McDonald provides a thorough grounding in the key ideas, so that readers can quickly and confidently start to use the Leningrad in their own games