A new book by a famous grandmaster, trainer and journalist is devoted to such an original and effective strategic technique as ramming g2-g4 in closed hands. With the light hand of the sixth world champion Mikhail Botvinnik, he firmly entered the arsenal of modern chess players, gave impetus to the development of a number of opening options. The pages of the book reflected the work of leading grandmasters, including world champions Garry Kasparov, Vladimir Kramnik, Vichy Anand and Magnus Carlsen, who threw the pawn & laquo; g & raquo; in the Slavic, Dutch and Old Indian defenses, in the queen's gambit, the defense of Nimtsovich and other popular openings. Short but very informative excursions into history will allow the reader to see strategic ideas in their development and better feel the resources of attack and defense, and numerous tasks for independent decision will help to consolidate the knowledge gained, then to try out new methods and techniques in your games. & Nbsp; Want to play in a bright, dynamic style, leading an opponent from a quiet haven of positional tacking into the abyss of complications? Then this book is for you!