Paperback, 208 pages, Batsford Publishing 2005
The Benoni is a dynamic, counter-attacking opening that often leads to highly tactical positions. World Champion mikhail Tal enjoyed confusing his opponents with its intricacies, and Bobby Fischer employed it to win a critical game against Boris Spassky in the 1972 World Championship. More recently, the current World Champion Vladimir Kramnik unexpectedly essayed the benoni in his title fight against Peter Leko, in a situation where he needed to go all out for the win. With such role models, it has always been popular with club players.
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