The Sicilian Scheveningen: Move by Move - D'CostaProduct Code: 446906
About The Sicilian Scheveningen: Move by Move - D'Costa.
This is a new series which provides an ideal platform to study chess openings. By continually challenging the reader to answer probing questions throughout the book, the Move by Move format greatly encourages the learning and practicing of vital skills just as much as the traditional assimilation of opening knowledge. Carefully selected questions and answers are designed to keep you actively involved and allow you to monitor your progress as you learn. This is an excellent way to study any chess opening and at the same time improve your general chess skills and knowledge. The Sicilian Scheveningen is a popular opening and was a firm favorite of Garry Kasparov, who successfully demonstrated how to gain counterplay and strive for the win from its solid foundations. In this book, Sicilian expert Lorin D'Costa invites you to join him in examining the opening. He highlights the typical plans and tactics for both sides, constructs a practical repertoire for Black and provides answers to all the key questions.
- Essential guidance and training in the Sicilian Scheveningen
- Utilizes an ideal approach to chess study
- Important ideas absorbed by continued practice
- 272 Pages
- Publisher: Everyman
- Published: March, 2012
- "The move by move series from Everyman is a new and effective method of teaching the reader to understand openings. According to the publisher, this format greatly encourages the learning of vital skills and not just memorizing the opening. I must say that after reading through some of the books in this series I agree." - LM Larry Storch: Florida Chess
- "If you are considering playing the Scheveningen, or feel that your overall understanding of the opening could be improved, then this is the perfect book for you. The target audience for this book is approximately frrom 1700 to 2200, but even players outside this range will benefit from studying this book. (***** out of 6)" - Carsten Hansen: ChessCafe.com