Catastrophes & Tactics in the Chess Openings Volume 1 to 9 (all 9 books)
Winning in 15 Moves or less: Chess Tactics, Brilliances & Blunders in the Chess Opening
by Carsten Hansen

Everybody wants to win fast, preferably straight out of the chess opening.This is book is a collection of games played by the best players in the world in which either White or Black wins in 15 moves or less either a result of brilliant chess tactics, an accumulation of mistakes or blunders.

Through the study of the games in this volume, you will improve your opening play, opening repertoire, strategies and tactical ability.

The chess openings in each volume cover the following:

Volume 1: Indian Defense
Volume 2: 1.d4 d5
Volume 3: Flank Openings
Volume 4: Dutch, Benonis & d-pawn Specials
Volume 5: Anti-Sicilians
Volume 6: Open Sicilians
Volume 8: 1.e4 e5
Volume 9: Caro-Kann & French

After sorting games with the worst mistakes & blunders away, there remains a collection of games showing a catalog of typical mistakes, misunderstandings, misevaluations and how to exploit these: either through simple execution or brilliant chess tactics.

9 books, paperback, self published

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