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Secrets of Opening Surprises vol.5

Bosch Jeroen

The highly acclaimed SOS series provides intermediate chess players with perfectly playable, easily digestible opening ideas: deviations from main line opening theory in a very early stage of the game (usually before move six). Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of the chess opening will be able to apply these SOS-ideas in an actual game.

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The highly acclaimed SOS series provides intermediate chess players with perfectly playable, easily digestible opening ideas: deviations from main line opening theory in a very early stage of the game (usually before move six). Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of the chess opening will be able to apply these SOS-ideas in an actual game.

There is no need to study large quantities of stuffy theory, but there is an almost immediate return on the investment of a limited amount of time. Readers of SOS will baffle their opponents, gain crucial time, and stand a good chance to get an advantage in the game.

Contents
Jeroen Bosch - The SOS Files
Lubos Kavalek - Closed Sicilian: Vinohrady Variation
Nigel Povah - The Deferred Staunton Gambit
Jeroen Bosch - Zviagintsev’s Sicilian Surprise
Igor Glek - English Opening: Chebanenko’s 3...h6
Adrian Mikhalchishin - The Romanishin Gambit
Dorian Rogozenko - A Spanish Surprise from Romanishin
Tibor Karolyi - The Nadanian Attack
Stefan Löffler - Sacrificing a Tempo in the Slav
Jeroen Bosch - SOS in the Ruy Lopez Exchange
Adrian Mikhalchishin - Nimzo-Indian Vitolinsh Gambit
Mark van der Werf - Bishop First: 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4
Jeroen Bosch - Surprise in the Najdorf
Ian Rogers - Thinking Sideways: 1.d4 c6 2.c4 b5
Jeroen Bosch - Rubinstein’s Anti-Meran Variation
Sergey Tiviakov - English Four Knights – 4.d4 e4!?
Hikaru Nakamura - Attacking the Sicilian Centre

``An excellent series worth purchasing for most players wishing to play the opening well without a huge investment in theoretical research.``
US NATIONAL MASTER RANDY BAUER

“Unusual and almost supernatural opening ideas.”
LUBOSH KAVALEK in the WASHINGTON POST

“Tricky opening ideas, not much to learn, surprise value and lots of fun.”
GRANDMASTER GLENN FLEAR

“A refreshing change from the usual dreary technical works.”
NIGEL SHORT in THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

“Most players, from intermediate level and up, should be able to find at least a couple of fun ideas in SOS to incorporate in their armory.”
JENS MADSEN at CHESSVILLE

“No matter what opening you play, you will find something exciting here.”
CHESS TODAY

“SOS is a sparkling star in the grey sky of theory.”
HEINZ BRUNTHALER in ROCHADE EUROPA

Information
  • Casa editrice New in Chess
  • Code 5593
  • Pagine p. 144
  • Anno 2006

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