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Exeter Chess Club [MAP] is a strong and thriving club in Devon (South-West England), established in 1895, which plays in the Exeter and District Chess League and the leagues organised by the Devon County Chess Association.

This website tells you about the club and its junior wing and keeps members and visitors up to date with developments; you might be particularly interested in our coaching materials and Dr.Dave's Chess Coaching Blog.

 
 

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Review: The Modern Chess Self-Tutor - David Bronstein

Book review: The Sorcerer's Apprentice - Bronstein-Furstenberg

[This review first appeared in Westward Ho!]

Book review: The Sorcerer's Apprentice

by David Bronstein and Tom Furstenburg (1995) Cadogan 1995 ([[sterling]]?.??) 304pp.

This compilation is subtitled

40 Recommendations for the Novice; 40 Combinations with Explanations; 50 Games with Comments; 60 Games with Diagrams; 70 Picturesque Games

The Closed Sicilian

The Closed Sicilian 
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Chris Bellers, 1995
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An Exeter Chess Club booklet

CONTENTS

Introduction    1
The Closed Sicilian with 6...e5 7. Nh3  2
Holland-Whiteley, 1995  2
Crickmore-Bellers 1983  3
Variation with 6...e5 7. Nh3 exf4       4
Variation with 6...e5 7.

Review: Winning with the Nimzo-Indian - Keene

Book review: Winning with the Nimzo-Indian by Raymond Keene. Batsford. 1991, 79+xv.

  I think I've bought my last book by Keene. The title that has prompted this decision is the subject of this review. It exemplified perfectly Phil Crocker's criticism of chess publishing in Kingpin No.22, to which Batsford, for some reason, felt the need to respond in No.23. As I remember, Phil's main gripes were:

Book review: Danger in chess - Avni