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Winning with the Kan

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144 Seiten, kartoniert, Batsford Chess, 2000, Erstauflage 1996

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You haven't heard of the Kan Variation of the Sicilian? You wouldn't know what to do against it? Neither will your opponents, if you study this guide from a young IM who has tested the variation extensively.

The Kan is one of the Sicilian's best-kept secrets. Yet it has been played by several World Champions, including Kasparov, Karpov, Fischer, Petrosian and Tal, and many of the top modern grandmasters, such as Anand, Kamsky, the Polgars and Ilya Gurevich.

Black adopts a flexible stance, and repeatedly obtains positions far removed from the standard Sicilian scenarios. Its practical sting is clear from a glance through this book - Black is ready to strike if White overextends. Those who face the Sicilian as White spend enormous amounts of time studying the Najdorf and the Dragon, but are frequently taken unawares by the flexible Kan.

The first book focusing on the subtleties of the Kan

Pros and cons of plans and set-ups discussed

Packed with recent ideas and analysis

International Master Ali Mortazavi is an experienced chess writer, whose work is published in magazines around the world. He is actively involved in electronic chess on the Internet and the World Wide Web. This is his first book for Batsford.

You haven't heard of the Kan Variation of the Sicilian? You wouldn't know what to do against it? Neither will your opponents, if you study this guide from a young IM who has tested the variation extensively.

The Kan is one of the Sicilian's best-kept secrets. Yet it has been played by several World Champions, including Kasparov, Karpov, Fischer, Petrosian and Tal, and many of the top modern grandmasters, such as Anand, Kamsky, the Polgars and Ilya Gurevich.

Black adopts a flexible stance, and repeatedly obtains positions far removed from the standard Sicilian scenarios. Its practical sting is clear from a glance through this book - Black is ready to strike if White overextends. Those who face the Sicilian as White spend enormous amounts of time studying the Najdorf and the Dragon, but are frequently taken unawares by the flexible Kan.

The first book focusing on the subtleties of the Kan

Pros and cons of plans and set-ups discussed

Packed with recent ideas and analysis

International Master Ali Mortazavi is an experienced chess writer, whose work is published in magazines around the world. He is actively involved in electronic chess on the Internet and the World Wide Web. This is his first book for Batsford.

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Gewicht 200 g
Hersteller Batsford Chess
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2000
Autor Ali Mortazavi
Reihe Winning with the ...
Sprache Englisch
ISBN-10 0713478039
Jahr der Erstauflage 1996
Seiten 144
Einband kartoniert
Diagramme 189

4 Symbols

5 Bibliography

7 Introduction

13 1 Maroczy Bind and Hedgehog formations

27 2 Scheveningen systems

43 3 Sicilian Kan - Main Line

85 4 Scheveningen-type systems

121 5 Early c4 - Maroczy Bind

131 6 Miscellaneous systems

143 Index of Variations

Die Kan-Verteidigung in der Sizilianischen Verteidigung entsteht nach den Zügen 1. e4 c5 2. Sf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Sxd4 a6. Mancherorts firmiert diese Zugfolge auch unter dem Namen "Verbesserte Paulsen-Verteidigung", das Kind trägt also durchaus verschiedene Namen. Dies umso mehr noch, als die zitierten Eingangszüge Übergänge in andere Systeme wie z.B. die "Scheveninger Verteidigung" jederzeit zulassen. Der Autor, seines Zeichens internationaler Meister, hat eine Menge Material zusammengetragen, welches vorwiegend aus den neunziger Jahren stammt, mithin hochaktuell ist. Englischkenntnisse sind bei Eröffnungsbüchern dieser Art sicherlich von Vorteil, wenngleich nicht unbedingt unabdingbar.

E. Carl, Rochade Europa 9/96