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by David I. Rudel

Author: David I. Rudel
Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
Language: English
Publisher: Thinker Press (June 7, 2012)
Pages: 442 pages
Category: Humor and Entertainment
Rating: 4.1
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This integrated system, which Rudel nicknamed Zuka, can be incorporated into any traditional . 4 repertoire, whether White intends . 4 or . f3. Note that Zuka contains the entirety of Rudel's work on the Dangerfield Attack.

This integrated system, which Rudel nicknamed Zuka, can be incorporated into any traditional . The Dangerfield Attack sub-portion of this book has been published concurrently as a separate book (Dismantle the Dutch with the Dangerfield Attack), but the two books have the same content with respect to the Dutch defense.

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Author: David I. Rudel Title: Fight the King's Indian, Grunfeld, and Dutch .

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Fight the King's Indian, Gruenfeld, and Dutch defenses with ZUKA by David Rude. Thinker's press, Inc. 2012, Davenport, IA. 44e0 pages, ISBN: space 101888710-63-2. The book covers various other black openings including the Old Indian so that the two volumes taken together provide a complete repertoire. Perhaps the most questionable part of the repertoire is the "Dangerfield attack" against the Dutch defense. He gives the opening this name because it gets no respect in the literature, but then again it may not deserve much. Stationing the Queens Bishop at f4 early in the game is not a very popular choice. 4 f5 2. Bf4 Nf6 . 3 is a rare bird indeed.

Nearly a century ago, Aron Nimzowitsch instigated a revolution in chess strategy, claiming a player need not o. ISBN10 : 1888710632, ISBN13 : 9781888710632.

The King's Indian Defense is based on the idea that Black can sacrifice space for development and then target White's center, but what happens if White focuses on development and only claims a big center when it is too late for Black to safely attack it? Players using the Dutch Defense.

The King's Indian Defense is based on the idea that Black can sacrifice space for development and then target White's center, but what happens if White focuses on development and only claims a big center when it is too late for Black to safely attack it? Players using the Dutch Defense are particularly challenged anytime White can get both his Bishops on powerful squares. ZUKA aims to do exactly that and combines this with the threat of a dangerous K-side pawn storm. The Grünfeld Defense assumes Black can trade off his K-Knight to unleash his K-Bishop

Nearly a century ago, Aron Nimzowitsch instigated a revolution in chess strategy, claiming a player need not occupy the center to control it. The popularity and strength of the King's Indian Defense, which invites White to build a center that Black can attack, has demonstrated the value of this hypermodern style.

But what if White refuses to play along? What if White plays for both space and development without giving Black a target?

David Rudel, author of the tremendously popular Zuke 'Em, presents a cohesive, plug-and-play system against repertoires based on a K-side fianchetto (e.g., the King's Indian, Grunfeld, and Dutch). He shows how White can turn hypermodern defense on its head by refusing to let Black utilize his early development advantage, putting the onus on the second player to justify his lack of space.

This integrated system, which Rudel nicknamed Zuka, can be incorporated into any traditional 1.d4 repertoire, whether White intends 2.c4 or 2.Nf3. Note that Zuka contains the entirety of Rudel's work on the Dangerfield Attack. The Dangerfield Attack sub-portion of this book has been published concurrently as a separate book (Dismantle the Dutch with the Dangerfield Attack), but the two books have the same content with respect to the Dutch defense.