SOS - Secrets of Opening Surprises 10 - Bosch

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About The SOS - Secrets of Opening Surprises 10 - Bosch

No time to study chess opening theory? Secrets of Opening Surprises (SOS) consists of highly playable, unusual opening ideas. Because an SOS is such an early deviation from the regular lines in mainstream openings (usually before move six), the probability of you being able to bring the variation actually on the board is very high. If you are tired of main lines, if you are looking for simple but effective weapons to perplex your opponent, then you will feel very much at home in the world of SOS.

  1. Jeroen Bosch The SOS Files 8
  2. Dorian Rogozenco The Blumenfeld Gambit 22
  3. Jeroen Bosch The Lewis Gambit 29
  4. Dimitri Reinderman The Retreat Variation 34
  5. Adrian Mikhalchishin Steinitz's Anti-French 41
  6. Arthur Kogan Slav: the Bellon-Murey Variation 44
  7. Jeroen Bosch Slav: a Marshall Gambit of Sorts 54
  8. Alexander Finkel Queen's Fianchetto in the Alekhine 60
  9. Igor Lysyj Grunfeld Indian: Kruppa Variation 66
  10. Igor Khenkin SOS in a Flexible Caro-Kann 73
  11. Sergey Tiviakov Queen's Indian: Double Fianchetto 79
  12. Adrian Mikhalchishin Sicilian: Romanishin Variation 89
  13. Jeroen Bosch Modern Provocation 93
  14. David Navara Tricky Line vs the Slav 100
  15. Alexander Finkel Taking Chances in the Volga 116
  16. Or Cohen Petroff for Beginners 123
  17. Jeroen Bosch Winning Ugly in the Tarrasch 135
  • 144 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: New In Chess
  • Published: March, 2009
  • 8.4 x 6 x 0.6 inches

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