Working on the Slav

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Lately I’ve been revisiting a book that I first read around eight or so years ago.

Yes, this is a relatively “entry level” style book, and yes, it’s a decade old. I get that those are knocks against it. I understand the hesitancy that might give some people when it comes to re-reading a book ostensibly about an opening.

However, what this book really serves as is an annotated collection of well-selected games designed to introduce one to the themes prevalent throughout the opening.

I plan on using this as a starting point for my own work at relearning these lines, hopefully in a better manner than last time!

Here’s an example of my terrible Slav play from eight years ago.

Til Next Time,

Chris Wainscott

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