The Sicilian Dragon

By (author) Martin, Andrew, International Master

Few would disagree that the Sicilian Dragon is one of the most exciting, high profile and controversial openings in chess history. Right from the very beginning of the game Black chooses to unbalance the position, thus maximising his or her chances of playing for a win. The positions reached are dynamic and of a highly tactical nature, with both players very often going straight for each other's throats in search of a quick-fire knockout blow. In these razor-sharp encounters, it goes without saying that one slip by either side can prove to be fatal. Because of its aggressive nature, the Sicilian Dragon is very popular at all levels of chess, while it received an ultimate seal of approval when Garry Kasparov used it as his main weapon to beat Vishy Anand in a World Championship match. "In Starting Out: The Sicilian Dragon" Andrew Martin studies this famous opening in a simplistic way, introducing the crucial initial moves and ideas and taking care to explain the reasoning behind them, something that has sometimes been neglected or taken for granted. As with previous works in the popular "Everyman Chess Starting Out" series, the reader is helped throughout with a plethora of notes, tips and warnings highlighting the vital characteristics of the Sicilian Dragon and of opening play in general. It is written by an openings expert. All main lines of the Sicilian Dragon are covered. It is ideal for the improving player.

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書名 The Sicilian Dragon
著作者等 Martin, Andrew, International Master
シリーズ名 Starting Out Series
出版元 Everyman Chess
刊行年月 2005.10.31
ページ数 160p
大きさ H234 x W156
ISBN 9781857443981
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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