Explosive repertoire against both 1...d5 and the Nimzo-Indian/Queens Indian/Bogo Indian complex. Based on nasty attacking lines of the Colle-Zukertort Attack, feauturing the authors secret home theory and cunning move ordersPart 1: Colle-Zukertort AttackPart 2: 3...Bg4/3...Bf5/3...g6/3...c6/3...c5Part 3: Nimzo-Indian/Queens Indian/Bogo-Indian complex Aaron Summerscales 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 its 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 (I fast-forwarded a lot!), and what the ideas are behind the various plans tried by both sides. Unlike Davies and Wards repertoires, this one isnt as strictly organized or appropriate for memorization; its merit resides in the simplicity of the ideas involved. Consider this tape if youre 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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