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This book seeks to offer a complete repertoire against every variation of the defence, together with an alternative line for White where the recommended move leads to particularly sharp play. Thus, players of different styles should be able to face the Sicilian with confidence.
By basing the material on 31 key selected games, the author develops an understanding of the attacking plans for White and the importance of different move orders. Grandmaster John Nunn is a member of the English Olympiad team. This is a Batsford Chess Book; the adviser is R. Wade and the Technical Editor is P. Table of contents Najdorf variation; Scheveningen variation; Classical variation; Pelikan variation; Dragon variation; Kan variation; Maroczy bind; Taimanov system; Sicilian four knights; Lowenthal variation; Pin variation; unusual lines.
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Beating the Sicilian
Beating the Sicilian!
A relative of mine, knowing I play chess, recently picked up a copy of John Nunn's 'Beating the Sicilian' for cheap at a flea market. More specifically, the reprinted original from If you're pressed for time or have no interest in hearing about the book, skip to the TL;DR below! Obviously this is severely outdated, but I gave the book a gander just for fun. I found the premise to be great! A complete repertoire for white against the Open Sicilian, covering all variations, and recommending lines that avoid the masses of theory one might expect from the Sicilian, whilst still being playable. And if your opponent is not knowledgeable in the chosen line, they might be in for a struggle!
Beating the Sicilian II: A Complete New Repertoire for White