The Sicilian Sveshnikov arises after the opening moves 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5, and is an ideal weapon based on sound principles of fast development and seizing central space.
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|Author / Authors||Milos Pavlovic|
|Year of Publication||1st edition 2023|
|Width||17 cm / 6.69 inch|
|Height||24 cm / 9.45 inch|
Decades of practical testing and analysis have proved the theoretical soundness of Black’s system, and its dynamic counterattacking potential makes it a popular choice among club players and top grandmasters alike.
Serbian grandmaster Milos Pavlovic is a lifelong Sveshnikov player as well as an experienced chess trainer, making him the ideal guide to this opening. Playing the Sveshnikov offers a complete repertoire for Black in the Sveshnikov, including secondary recommendations against certain key variations. With top-class analysis, novelties galore and thoughtful explanations, this book provides everything you need to learn and play the Sveshnikov with success.
004 Key to Symbols Used & Bibliography
9.Bxf6 gxf6 10.Nd5 f5
011 1) Opposite-Bishops Variation
043 2) 15.Qh5 & 15Re1
091 3) 11.Bd3 Be6 Other Lines
117 4) The Popular 11.c3
149 5) 11.g3 & Others
179 6) 10...Bg7 Lines with c2-c3
207 7) Main Line with 14.c4
237 8) Positional System 11.c3
257 9) Positional System 11.c4
273 10) 8.Na3 b5
293 11) The Trendy 7.Nd5
331 12) Early Sveshnikov Sidelines
341 13) Bonus Chapter 3.Nc3 & 3.Bb5
356 Variation Index