Five years after the first edition, the book was completely rewritten and redesigned. While remaining true to the original structure, this new edition underwent major changes
The Sveshnikov is one of the most active and dynamic variations of the Sicilian, and has been used successfully by chess players of all abilities from club level through to world champions. In Grandmaster Repertoire 18 – The Sicilian Sveshnikov, opening connoisseur Vassilios Kotronias places this bold system under the microscope and provides a world-class repertoire.
This book presents an opening repertoire for Black to players who are looking for initiative and counterplay in the Ruy Lopez.
A complete manual for the Taimanov, one of the most popular and complicated Sicilian variations.
Ntirlis and Aagaard radically change the theoretical lanscape for this classic opening.
By playing 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.f3, White kills three birds with one shot.
This is a practical guide for Black with extensive verbal explanations of the strategic ideas for both sides. Kuzmin’s book is chock-full of novelties and presents a most remarkable new plan for Black.
Far from a dusty relic once played by great masters such as Rubinstein, Pillsbury and Bogolyubov, the Zukertort System now enjoys new life.
This book presents a Black repertoire based on the QGA. The authors consider the Classical System with 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 e6, but they also offer alternative approaches – building up tension with 4…Bg4, and the destructive 4…a6 aimed at quick equalisation.
While the theory is far from being exhausted and still developing, Grandmaster Milos Pavlovic made a strong case and found new alternatives to battle White’s setups.
Chess Evolution presents a complete repertoire for White based on the London System.
The second volume contains some improvements on the first book, but the main focus is on the …g6 and …e6 setups