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All players meeting the Sicilian with White or playing it with Black will be ent ertained, surprised and their knowledge enriched by spending moments with this selection of the bes t tactical positions.
Two historic tournaments in one issue! The Chess Olympiad in Tromsø ended with first Gold for China, and Caruana triumphed at the Sinquefield-Cup with 8,5 out of 10. Olympiad-special: Several hours of video analysis and interviews. 11 new opening articles
Treat yourself to a little extra! Shirov demonstrates by a game against Volokitin (Kalashnikov Variation) how a strategic game can turn into a dynamic clash. Plus videos by IM Ris and IM Lilov. And 35.205 games from all over the world.
This DVD is an ideal introduction to this opening for players below 2000 or busy players who would like to play aggressive chess, but do not have time to learn the main lines. The Veresov is worth studying and playing!
The resulting positions are usually dynamic or double-edged and offer fairly balanced chances. The better tactician may win, but do not be dissappointed if the game ends in a spectacular and logical draw!
In the positional systems White does not try to refute the Pirc from the very first moves, but aims for a long strategic battle to prove that his space advantage and better development will finally give him the better position.