Justin Tan is an International Grandmaster who has represented Australia in numerous international events. He is currently based in the UK and was previously British under-21 champion, British blitz champion and joint second runner-up at the British Championship.
Justin has been a l.e4 specialist throughout his playing career and is recognised for his deep opening preparation, especially in the open games. He is a monthly columnist for ChessPublishing's section on 1.e4, where he publishes his analyses of key 1.e4 games and the latest trends.
'l.e4! The Chess Bible' (in three volumes) is a complete and authoritative repertoire far White based on sound main lines and the latest cutting-edge analysis. Existing theory is revisited and expanded with several fresh ideas, novelties and refutations wh ich will appeal to dedicated 1.e4 players and theoreticians alike. However, each section is also carefully designed to be easily digested by players of all standards, with an opening overview, illustrated diagrams of key concepts, and instructive and annotated games.
This book is an essential practical resource for any 1.e4 player and will greatly re ward those who are looking to master their understanding of the open games.