After studying this book, I feel that you should be comfortable using the Polish Defense in your games; it will boost your
creativity and will allow you to notch unexpected victories... Although the Polish may not be ideal as a full-time weapon,
its version of unorthodoxy will embarrass your opponents, especially if you are well-armed to endure the opening phase.
The present work ensures that this is accomplished and gives you valuable tips for the middlegame as well. - Grandmaster
Vassilios Kotronias in his Foreword
At the end of each chapter, there are fully annotated illustrative games, and at the very end of the book over a hundred
unannotated games from recent practice have been added. In many respects, these represent the most important part of the
book. These examples show what human players actually play and just how effective this underrated defense is.
About the Authors
Jerzy Konikowski may be one of the most prolific chess author in the world with many dozens of publications in several languages to his credit. He holds the FIDE Master title as well as titles in correspondence chess and chess composition.
Marek Soszynski is a Correspondence Chess Master and a Master of Philosophy. He himself has authored or co-authored a growing number of chess books including How to Think in Chess , and The Great Reshevsky .
224 Seiten, kartoniert, 1. Auflage 2022