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Steamrolling the Sicilian
Titel: Steamrolling the Sicilian
Auteur: Kasparov S.
Uitgever: New in Chess
Jaartal: 2013
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   240
Verkoopprijs:   € 23.95
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Steamrolling the Sicilian, play for a win with 5.f3!

Are you looking for a way to outwit theory-sharks in the Open Sicilian? Then this may just be the book for you. The concept is simple: surprise your opponent with 5.f3, build up a strong pawn centre, avoid all of Black’s main lines and steamroll his Sicilian!

Experienced grandmaster Sergey Kasparov presents a complete repertoire for White which has all the right features for ambitious and creative chess players:

  • it’s an early deviation

  • still fairly unknown

  • in a widely played opening

  • which guarantees solid play

  • with lots of opportunities to unbalance your opponent

  • offering a wealth of novelties and new ideas

Sergey Kasparov has made a thorough and detailed study of this variation, which he himself has played for many years. He presents all the ins and outs in his usual lively and instructive style: both Black’s solid and sharp replies, and also the attempt to avoid 5.f3 by an early 3...Nf6!?.

007 Introduction

005 History of the variation

011 PART I – Pawn Goes to e5

012 Chapter 1 – The ‘Boring Ending’

042 Chapter 2 – The Early ...a7-a5

058 Chapter 3 – The Main Line 6...Be6

098 Chapter 4 – The Venice Attack 6.Bb5+

111 Exercises for Part I

115 PART II – Dragon Structures

116 Chapter 5 – The Queen Jump to b6

129 Chapter 6 – The Maroczy Bind

141 Exercises for Part II

143 PART III – Hedgehog Schemes

144 Chapter 7 – Ignoring the Breakthrough – 9.Be2

149 Chapter 8 – White Prevents ...d6-d5 – 9.Nc2

155 Chapter 9 – The Queen Sortie ...Qb6

161 Chapter 10 – Wrapping Up – Various Hedgehog Schemes

169 Exercises for Part III

171 PART IV – Black Avoids 5.f3 with 3...Nf6

172 Chapter 11 – White Captures: 4.dxc5

198 Chapter 12 – The 4.Bb5+ Check

214 Exercises for Part IV

217 Solutions to Exercises

225 Your Results

227 Conclusion

228 New In Chess Code System

229 Index of Variations

232 Index of Names

235 Game Index

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