I giochi di vantaggio del libro quinto del trattato di Don Pietro Carrera

I giochi di vantaggio del libro quinto del trattato di Don Pietro Carrera

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Lulu, Morrisville 2018, pages. 232, € 30,00, ISBN 978-0-2446-7207-2

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In the wake of the four hundredth anniversary of the publication of the Carrera’s treatise on chess (1617), Santo Daniele Spina’s writing presents in modern chess notation with many diagrams the odds theory exposed in the fifth book of «Il gioco de gli scacchi» («The Game of Chess») in comparison with Ruy Lopez, Gianutio and Salvio and it is another step forward with regard to English traduction by William Lewis (1822). He committed some inaccuracies that have been  corrected.In the fifth book, divided into thirty-one chapters, Carrera examines the openings giving the first move to Black or to White according to the odds type offered weaker chess player. In the fifth chapter of the fourth book he explained the cause the chess players give an advantage: it is the compensation of the unequal strength of the two adversaires betting massive amounts of money.The writing is separated in  three parts: introduction (pp. 5-36), the odds theory (pp. 37-179), an appendix which contains the terminology of the chess treatise for the chess historian who can read both seventeenth century and modern Italian (pp. 181-200). A rich bibliography closes the book (pp. 201-210). The final appendix includes a bibliography of the author’s publications (pp. 213-231). In the introduction the author discusses the errors in the English traduction by William Lewis, the chess books of Carrera, the history price of the chess treatise (1617), the historiographical judgements on the treatise and on Carrera as chessplayer, the contens of the chess treatise, the history of the Sicilian Defence (In 1813 Jacob Henry Sarratt referring to an old Italian manuscript used the phrase “IL GIOCHO SICILIANO”, but in the Works of Damiano, Ruy Lopez and Salvio he non standardised the name of this opening (1.e4 c5) as «the Sicilian Defence»). About the odds theory his sources were Damiano (mentioned and criticized see p. 43), Ruy Lopez and Salvio (never directly mentioned).

The Black gives the odds of the Queen’s Knight for the move in the chapter 1 (opening 1.e5 e4 see pp. 41-44), chapter 2 (opening 1.e5 e3 2.d5 d4 3.exd4 see pp. 44-51), chapter 3 (opening 1.e5 e3 2.d5 d4 3.e4 see pp. 51-55), chapter 4 (opening 1.e5 d4 see pp. 55-58). In the chapter 5 the Black gives the odds of the Queen’s Knight and receives or two moves (openings A) 1.f5 and c5, B) 1.e5 and c5, C) 1.e5 and d5, D) 1.e5 and f5, E) 1.d5 and c5, F) 1.d5 and f5 see pp. 58-61) or three moves (openings A) 1.e5 and d5 and c5, B) 1.e5 and d5 and f5, C) 1.e5 and f5 and c5 see pp. 61-63) . The Black gives the odds of the Queen’s Knight and receives the white f2 Pawn and the move (chapter 6: opening 1.e5 d3 see pp. 63-66; chapter 7: opening 1.e5 e3 see pp. 67-68). The White then gives the odds of the f2 Pawn and receives or the Queen’s Knight and the move in the chapter 8 (opening 1.e4 see pp. 69-72) and in the chapter 9 (openings 1.d4, 1.e3, 1.g4, 1.Nc3 see pp. 72-75) or two moves in the chapter 10: openings A) 1.d4 and Bf4, B) 1.Nf3 and e4, C) 1.Nf3 and d4, D) 1.e4 and Bc4, E) 1.e4 and d4, F) 1.d4 and c4, G) 1.d4 and Nc3, H) 1.c4 and Nf3 see pp. 75-81. The Black then receives the odds of the f2 Pawn and the move in the chapter 11 (opening 1.e5 e3 see pp. 81-94), in the chapter 12 (opening 1.e5 Cc3 2.d5 e4 3.dxe4 see pp. 94-99), in the chapter 13 (opening 1.e5 Nc3 2.d5 e4 3.d4 Ne2 see pp. 99-100), in the chapter 14 (opening 1.e5 c3 see pp. 101-104), in the chapter 15 (opening 1.e5 Nc3 2.Bb4 see pp. 104-110), in the chapter 16 (opening 1.e5 e3 see pp. 110-115). The White then gives the odds of the f2 Pawn and receives or the move (chapter 17: opening 1.c3 see pp. 115-117; chapter 18: opening 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d5 see pp. 117-119; chapter 19: opening 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Bc5 see pp. 119-124; chapter 20: opening 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f5 see pp. 124-126) or two moves (chapter 21: opening 1.e4 and Nf3 see pp. 127-131). The Black then receives the odds of the f2 Pawn and two moves (chapter 22: opening 1.e5 and d5 see pp. 131-138; chapter 23: opening 1.e5 and Bc5 see pp. 138-144). The White then gives the odds of the c2 Pawn and receives the move (chapter 24: openings A) 1.e4,  B) 1.d4, C) 1.Nc3 see pp. 144-146). The Black then receives the odds of the white c2 Pawn and the move (opening 1.d5 see pp. 146-147). The White then gives the odds of the g2 or b2 Pawn and receives the move. The Black then gives the odds of the g7 or b7 Pawn and receives the move. The White then gives the odds of the h2 or a2 Pawn and receives the move. The Black then gives the odds of the h7 or a7 Pawn and receives the move. The White then gives the odds of the e2 or d2 Pawn and receives the move (see pp. 147-150). The Black receives the odds of the first three moves or of Pawns (chapter 25: openings A) 1.e5 and d5 and c5; B) 1.e5 and d5 and f5; C) 1.d5 and f5 and c5 see pp. 150-154)  or the Black begin by moving two Pawns and a Piece (chapter 25: openings D) 1.e5 and d5 and Bc5; E) 1.e5 and d5 and Nf6 see p. 154) or the Black begin by moving one Pawn and two Pieces (opening F) 1.e5 and Bc5 and Nf6 see pp. 154-155). The White then receives the odds of the first two moves or of Pawns (chapters 26-29: openings A) 1.e4 and d4 see pp. 155-169; chapter 30: B) 1.e4 and f4 see pp. 169-172; 1.f4 and c4 see pp. 172-173; 1.e4 and c4 see p. 173; 1.d4 and f4 see p. 173) or White makes two moves with a Piece (chapter 31: he plays or the same Knight twice: A) 1.Nf3 and then Nd4 or B) 1.Nf3 and then Ne5 (see pp. 174-176) or two different Knights: 1.Nf3 and Nc3 (see pp. 175-176) or a Piece and a Pawn: A) 1.Nf3 and e4; A) 1.Nf3 and d4 (see pp. 176-177) or a Pawn and a Piece: A) 1.e4 and Bc4; B) 1.e4 and Nf3; C) 1.d4 and Bf4 (see pp. 177-179).

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