GM Glenn Flear, Yearbook:
"Anyone with any interest in this opening should fork out a modest €21.95 for unlimited access to this, the ultimate in opening books."FreeChess:
"What makes this book special is the fact that both Black and White are being offered repertoire, spiced with surprising variations and poisonous moves (..) On the side you learn how to play the French really well."
John Anderson, Correspondence Chess Magazine:
"The book simply sparkles with original ideas and has convinced me to start playing the French again."Marsh Towers Chess Reviews:
"Plenty of suprises and a plethora of original analysis (..) Accessible and inspirational, this is a book every 1 ...e6 player should have at the top of their shopping list."Dennis Monokroussos, Chess Today:
"The book has all the right ingredients: lots of explanations of typical plans and problems, relevant and recent game citations, original analysis, some statistics, chapter summaries, lists of relevant ideas and other occasional bells and whistles (..) An excellent book."Bob Long, Thinkers Press:
"Be glad I didn't publish this book or I would have charged you $40 for it!"
Praise for Viktor Moskalenko’s The Fabulous Budapest Gambit
ny authors could take a page from Moskalenko’s book and incorporate the same thoroughly descriptive style. Great stuff.”
US National Master Bill McGeary, ChessVille:
“I find this to be a model of an opening book.”