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The Benko Revisited Volume 1
Dear reader, I am delighted to present you with the first part of my work on the Benko Gambit. I hope that my work will help you achieve great results in your own games, but to begin with I would like to tell you about my first acquaintance with this wonderful, dynamic opening.
I learned to play chess quite late, at the age of 12. From my first acquaintance with chess, I was often drawn to sharp games and I really liked bringing the bishop to g7. I felt the dynamic potential of this piece and I began to use the King's Indian Defense, then I became more and more interested in other interesting constructions, such as the Modern-Benoni and Grünfeld Defense. For a long time I was skeptical about the Benko Gambit, ever since the book by Boris Avrukh – Grandmaster Repertoire 2 - 1.d4 volume 2 – was published. It was 2010 and at that time, I took every author's word for it and never tried to refute any analyzes, so I was suspicious of the Benko Gambit for a long time.
The Benko Revisited Volume 2
In this volume, we look at positions that start after 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6. We'll start with the rarer continuations and end with the most popular and relevant ones. You can save much time. The Benko Gambit is a narrowly focused work on which I have spent hundreds of hours in analysis. This is a product of several years! Only you can judge this book. I hope your journey will be interesting and exciting through the pages of this book.