This product from Chess Baron: Explosive repertoire against both 1…d5 and the Nimzo-Indian/Queen’s Indian/Bogo Indian complex. Based on nasty attacking lines of the Colle-Zukertort Attack, featuring the author’s secret home theory and cunning move orders.
Aaron Summerscale’s d4 Dynamite! should appeal to less-advanced players. Young players often start out with a simple repertoire 1.d4 based on the Colle Attack; Summerscale provides such a repertoire with the Colle-Zukertort (1.d4, 2.Nf3, 3.e3, 4.Bd3 with a later b3 and Bb2) versus 1…d5, and a Colle with 1.Nf3, 2.Nf3, 3.e3, 4.Bd3, 5.0-0 and 6.c4 versus …Nf6/…e6/…b6 systems. Summerscale cannot be faulted for lack of complete-game examples and strategic explanations: the tape lasts two-and-a-half hours! Without denying it’s possible benefit to stronger players, I see this tape as a practical primer in elementary tactics and a non-threatening way for young players to be introduced to opening play. There is a great deal more care taken to explain why some ‘obviously’ winning position is indeed winning and what the ideas are behind the various plans tried by both sides. Unlike Davies’ and Ward’s repertoires, this one isn’t as strictly organized or appropriate for memorization; it’s merit resides in the simplicity of the ideas involved. Consider this tape if you’re looking for a safe and quiet way of playing the opening or have a young student who might benefit from such a system.
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