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Books on opening theory organized around tactical/strategic motives, not opening lines

Probably dated by now, but the first (and perhaps only) book along those lines that I read was Bent Larsen's & Steffen Zeuthen's ZOOM 001 (1979), based on the Gruenfeld Indian structure, and how ...
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Books on opening theory organized around tactical/strategic motives, not opening lines

Mastering the Spanish , Mastering the Kings Indian , Mastering the Modern Benoni and Benko gambit are the kind of books you are looking for . It is fairly old but still useful. They are published by ...
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Can you recommend a variation in the English opening for a technical player?

Most people try to transpose into their d4 defense to reduce study time and for the most part, if white refuses to play d4 the lines are fine for black. The symmetrical is probably okay but I try to ...
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Recommended books that explain each move

The other answers cover book resources fairly well, however the OP also mentioned that Not only books are suitable. If you can take courses, studies on Lichess, articles, etc. that would also be ...
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Recommended books that explain each move

There are a lot of books that follow that format: Chernev-Logical Chess. Weeramantry-Best Lessons of a Chess Coach. Written by Hikaru's trainer/step-dad. Mednis-How To Play Good Opening Moves. ...
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Recommended books that explain each move

Try Winning Chess Brilliancies by GM Yasser Seirawan. There are some sample pages here. It's of course not going to hold up to modern Stockfish analysis, but it still gives a selection of great games ...
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Recommended books that explain each move

You're looking for Understanding Chess Move by Move by John Nunn. Every move is explained in detail. I cannot recommend Chernev's book for the reason I put in the comment below Brian Towers' answer.
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Recommended books that explain each move

it would be great if there was a book where they explain every move in the game There is such a book. It is called "Logical Chess Move by Move" written by Irving Chernev and published in ...
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