Contents 1 Jeroen Bosch - The SOS Files 2 Glenn Flear - Evans Above! 3 Jeroen Bosch - Murey's Advance Variation in the French 4 Stefan Löffler - A Trompowsky (K)nightmare 5 Alexander Finkel - A Non-Classic Way to Play the Classical Pirc 6 Dorian Rogozenco - Another Blumenfeld Surprise 7 Adrian Mikhalchishin - Combining the Spanish and the Scotch 8 Dimitri Reinderman - Dutch: the Hort-Antoshin Variation 9 Sergey Tiviakov - Sicilian Dragon: Avoiding the Main Line 10 Arthur Kogan - Edgy Knight in the Slav 11 Tibor Karolyi - Caro-Kann: the Karolyi Variation 12 Jeroen Bosch - QI Petrosian: Centralize Your Knight 13 Adrian Mikhalchishin - King's Fianchetto: Kasparov's Blitz Weapon 14 Alexander Finkel - Sicilian Motifs in the Trompowsky 15 Jeroen Bosch - Surprise in the Spanish Four Knights 16 Nikita Vitiugov - The Accelerated Ragozin 17 Jacob Aagaard - Nimzowitsch Opening: Exciting Symmetry
Readers of this series can ignore large areas of the ever expanding chess opening theory.
They can concentrate on these surprising ideas, because SOS variations deviate very early from the regular lines in mainstream openings.
Ideal for players who don’t have enough time to keep abreast with main line theory.