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Steamrolling the Sicilian - Play for a Win with 5.f3!

Kasparov Sergey

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!


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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!?.

International Grandmaster Sergey Kasparov (1968) was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, and now lives in Belarus. He has won many tournaments throughout the world and is a renowned chess opening expert.

Praise for Sergey Kasparov’s bestselling The Dynamic Benko Gambit:

Marshtowers Chess Reviews:
“Sergey Kasparov’s introduction is very instructive and written in a witty and engaging manner (..) Dynamic play is guaranteed!”

Joe Petrolito, Australasian Chess Magazine:
“Kasparov writes in an engaging and somewhat humurous style. His explanations are clear and concise, and he doesn’t go overboard with variations.”

GM Glenn Flear, author of Dangerous Weapons: The Queen’s Gambit:
“Kasparov sets out his ideas with good humour, anecdotes and sensible words of wisdom. This is the type of book that many readers desire.”


Information
  • Casa editrice New in Chess
  • Code 6578
  • Pagine p. 240
  • Anno 2013

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