Quality Chess · September 2010
Paperback · 168 pp.
Serbian grandmaster Milos Pavlovic looks
at the cutting edge of Open Sicilian opening
theory. In the first installment of this new
series from Quality Chess, we are treated
to a wealth of analyses in the current theoretical
debates, in search of improvements to stay ahead
of the latest state-of-the-art.
In this issue he examines recent developments and
offers new ideas
in the Sveshnikov, Dragon,
Taimanov, Kan and Rauzer.
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 .... 3.d4
The next installment promises to address
the quick-changing super-sharp Najdorf
(Be3 lines with e6 and e5)! Bg5 will be
examined in a future volume.