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The Anti-Alapin Gambit

Death to the 2.c3 Sicilian

230 Seiten, kartoniert, CarstenChess, 1. Auflage 2022

Aus der Reihe »Opening Hacker Files«

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When you are ready for a great fighting game in the Sicilian Defense, there are few things there are more annoying than facing the hatefully solid 2.c3 variation, the so-called Alapin Variation.

This is not a shady gambit but it is a weapon that has been used by several grandmasters, including World Champion Magnus Carlsen.

The gambit has the advantage of being unexplored and is still quite unknown. Therefore, this book constitutes the first work dedicated to this fun and tricky variation.

To get a good feel for the intricacies of the various lines, the authors took it upon themselves to play the opening in their online and training games where it proved remarkably effective.

In this work, you will find forty-four thoroughly analyzed main games with lots of explanations and additional analysis as well as a 'Quick Repertoire' that will allow you to play the opening in your games after a minimal amount of study time.

It is time to take your opponents out of their comfort zone and right into yours!

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Gewicht 350 g
Hersteller CarstenChess
Breite 15 cm
Höhe 22,7 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2022
Autor Carsten HansenCyrus Lakdawala
Reihe Opening Hacker Files
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-8793812-37-6
Seiten 230
Einband kartoniert

004 Introduction

007 Chapter 1: 4 Bb5+

043 Chapter 2: 4.c4

065 Chapter 3: The Anti-Human 4 Qa4+

094 Chapter 4: 4 Nf3 Line: White plays cxd4

117 Chapter 5: 4 Nf3 Line: White recaptures on d4 with Knight or Queen

148 Chapter 6: The 4...c5xd4 Move Order

187 Chapter 7: The 4...Nxd5 Move Order

210 Chapter 8: The 3 e4-e5 Dodge

222 Quick Repertoire

224 Index of Complete Games

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