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Beat the Anti-Sicilians

Utgivelsesdato Januar 2022
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En oppdatert repertoarbok for svart med Siciliansk, mot systemene hvit kan velge utenom åpen siciliansk med normalt 2 Sf3 og 3 d4. Her er spill mot Rossolimo, Alapin (2 c3), Morragambit, Grand Prix, Lukket osv.

IM Robert Ris har blitt en erfaren sjakkforfatter. Han har valgt å guide leseren gjennom gode variantvalg for svart gjennom å kommentere og forklare 36 komplette mønsterpartier. Boka bør dermed være bra tilgjengelig for interesserte spillere fra ratingnivå cirka 12-1300 og oppover.

Fra forfatterens forord:

When I decided to write The Modernized Sveshnikov (June 2020) I knew that I was basically committing myself to covering the Anti-Sicilians in a separate book as well. After all, what’s a book on the Sveshnikov alone worth when your opponents de-cide to avoid the Open Sicilian? Especially since the Sveshnikov is nowadays consid-ered to be one of the most reliable options for Black in the Sicilian, White players have been investigating new territories within the Anti-Sicilians. The book you are holding in your hands, Beat the Anti-Sicilians, aims to provide a complete Black repertoire against all the critical sidelines after 1.e4 c5. The biggest part of the book covers the Rossolimo and Alapin, but also the popular lines at club player’s level like the Grand Prix Attack and the Morra Gambit, and other alternatives on White’s 2nd move are also worked out in detail.

What I didn’t realize, however, is that it would take me much more time than I had expected. Having worked out your analysis doesn’t mean that these are ready for publication. Besides my regular work as a trainer/coach, most of my time in the last year hasbeen spent busily editing my original analysis and checking it again with the computer, following the latest games and adding these to my files, and recheck-ing again etc. This repetitive procedure slowed down the entire process and ex-plains why this work is published later than I originally had in mind.

Speaking for myself, as a Sicilian player I mainly like to face the Open Sicilian and I was often disappointed when my opponent decided to deviate from the sharp main lines. Well, at least that was how I experienced it for a long period of time and I’m sure many other players have often felt the same. But those who had invested time studying the Anti-Sicilians didn’t mind facing these sidelines, or were even glad to see their opponents being afraid of their favorite variation within the Open Sicilians. That’s actually the spirit we should look for, and hence I’m recommending you do the same: invest your time and you’ll get rewarded!

I have aimed to find a good balance of verbal explanations without ignoring the hardcore variations you have to know. In case you find some of the analyses a bit too long, don’t be discouraged! They have been included mainly to illustrate the thematic ideas and show in which direction the game develops once the theoretical pathshave been left. That’s why I have actually decided to cover 37games in theirentirety, rather than cutting off my analysis with an evaluation. I believe that model games helpyou tobetter understand an opening, but certainly also the ensuing middle-and endgames.

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Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 239
Vekt (g) 450