2. A Matanovic vs Petrosian, (B17) Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation, 41 moves, 4 J Peters vs C Lakdawala, (B17) Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation. More recent alternatives are Grandmaster Repertoire: The Caro Kann by Lars Schandorff and The Caro Kann Move by Move by Lakdawala. The Caro-Kann has 15 ratings and 3 reviews. Steven said: I have a few of Lakdawala’s move by move books and he has a unique and irreverent writing style.
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Also like the fact that there is coverage of I have the Houska and Schandorff books, and really that’s sufficient for a repertoire. The Caro Kann by Peter Wells. Bd2 the idea of this bishop move is for Lakdadala to castle queenside mentioned in Lakdawala’s book?
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. My opponent “OutsideTheGate” was rated ; I was rated four points lower at Schandorff seems to be what you are looking for.
Schandorff is obviously more current and heavily anaylsed, though Houska is more accessible.
Since i bought the book i readily adopted the caro-kann everytime as black, shcillers caro-kann book gives you options you need to study and see if your comfortable with certain schemes in the opening, like for example, i felt good both with the Botvinnik-larsen variation and the one by Kavalek so i adopted those lines and studied lines pertaining to them.
Qd3, not mentioned by Houska at all. I studied the Caro-Kann so that when I mouse-slipped Cyrus Lakdawala examines the popular Caro-Kann Defence, constructs an opening repertoire for Black and provides answers to all the key questions. Gary Sikon rated it really liked it Dec 08, Its necessarily light on analysis, due to the limited page count, but it does a nice job of covering the essentials.
He is quite instructive and entertaining. Alexander Sedgwick added it May 17, No, I still think it is a fine variation for White. Due for publication January but not yet!?
For example, her Advance variation I loved the Socratic banter and the use of space in the book’s design. Lakdawala anticipated this question in the book and I must say love his answer: If Caro Kann move by move had recommended Bf5 after 3. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Now Houska proposes Ahmed Saladin marked it as to-read Oct 14, Qb6  KIA and 2. I have played the Caro-Kann Defence about once every 10 days for the past 40 years, though not so much recently.
In my article http: Gilchrist is a legend God Member Offline Posts: Ne2 only four times, winning all of them against weaker players. Readator marked it as to-read Dec 30, Nge2 he expresses a slight preference for White, but this exact position kaann after 1. He writes “White gets a more solid and strategically more balanced version of the 4.
Richard rated it really liked it Aug 17, Andreas Kontokanis is currently reading it Mar 31, He compares the C-K to the Slav in the Foreword, yet he chooses A quick glance at my own games shows that Kannn had faced 2.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. O-O Did he really solve all probs in this line?
Interesting, I had an eye on the Nimzo, too, and studied it a little bit. This means that those who don’t want to learn the sharp 4. But with the knight already developed lskdawala f3, a later Bf5-g4 or Bf5-e4 is pretty plausible.