The Petrosian System Against the QID deals with a reliable and interesting system which has been played by most of the world's elite, starting with ex-world champion Tigran Petrosian. It is not a repertoire book though. Beliavsky and Mikhalchishin present an objective work which discusses the possibilities of both sides. The authors' own practical experiences show that they feel comfortably in the Petrosian system with any colour. They are especially effective with White and have not allowed a single loss in 27 years. This book will be interesting to a wide range of players who enter the QID positions as White or Black. Alexander Beliavsky was four times USSR champion. He won the Tilburg super tournament three times and played many Olympiads for the USSR, Ukraine and Slovenia. He was also a challenger for the world title. Adrian Mikhalchishin played many USSR championships. He was Slovenian champion in 2002 and played four Olympiads for Ukraine and Slovenia. Soft cover, 168 pages
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