Publisher: New In Chess, 2002 Edition: Hardcover ISBN: 90.5691.103.1 Pages: 240 Language: English
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NIC Forum Readers from all over the world join in discussions of previous surveys. Both (grand)masters and club players shed their light on new opening developments and search together for the truth.
Sosonko's Corner Everybody knows that the most vulnerable squares in the initial position are f7 and f2. Even Radjabov came into trouble when he neglected his weakest link against Zviagintsev. Genna Sosonko gives a whole range of examples from grandmaster practice.
Book Review Based on reviews of 4 new monographs (by Yury Yakovich, John Emms, Jacob Aagaard and Jan Pinski) as well as a Bad Bishop Ches Video by Andrew Marin on the Scheming Scandinavavion, Glenn Flear tries a provide an answer to the question: What kind of opening books do you like?
36 NIC Surveys Yearbook 65 Sicilian: Moscow Variation 3.Bb5, by Boersma Sicilian: Dragon Variation, by Golubev Sicilian: Scheveningen Variation, by Karolyi Sicilian: Sveshnikov Variation 10...Bg7, by Rogozenko Sicilian: Sveshnikov Variation 10...f5, by Bosch Sicilian: Taimanov Variation, by Fogarasi Sicilian: Paulsen Variation, by Vilela Sicilian: Hyper-Accelerated Dragon 2...g6, by Van der Tak Sicilian: Alapin Variation, by Timoshenko Sicilian: 2.Nf3 e6 3.b3 b6, by Kuijf French: Winawer Variation, by Z. and I. Almasi French: Tarrasch Variation 3...Nc6, by Tiviakov Caro-Kann: Advance Variation, by Dautov Caro-Kann: Classical Variation, by Dautov Scandinavian: Main Line 2...Qxd5, by Llanos/Soppe Petroff: Nimzowitsch Variation 5.Nc3, by Bosch Petroff: Jaenisch Variation, by Boersma Ruy Lopez: Exchange Variation, by Van der Weide Ruy Lopez: Neo-Steinitz Variation, by Van der Tak Four Knights: Rubinstein Variation, by Lukacs/Hazai Two Knights: Traxler Gambit, by De Zeeuw Budapest Gambit: The Knight System 4.Nf3, by Panczyk/Ilczuk Slav: Krause Variation, by Lukacs/Hazai Slav: Noteboom Variation, by Beliavsky QGA: An Early Queen Move 5...Qc7, by Karolyi QGA: Classical Variation, by Doggers Nimzo-Indian: Vienna Variation, by Langeweg Grünfeld Indian: Exchange Variation, by Van de Mortel King’s Indian: Classical Main Line, by Sosonko King’s Indian: Averbakh Variation, by Beliavsky Benoni: Classical Main Line, by Marin Volga Gambit: Main Line, by Fogarasi English: Reversed Sicilian, by Marin English: Double Fianchetto Variation, by Van de Mortel English: Symmetrical Variation, by Greenfeld Réti: Schmid Benoni Reversed, by Van der Sterren
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