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Easy Guide to the Najdorf - Tony Kosten

Easy Guide to the Najdorf
  • Publisher: Everyman Chess

  • Published: 1999/12

  • Edition: Paperback

  • ISBN: 1857445295


The Najdorf has always been one of the sharpest lines of the Sicilian Defense. Fearless, attacking play is usually rewarded, while even the smallest slip by either side can be immediately fatal. In this ground-breaking book Tony Kosten explains not only the theory, but also the important concepts behind this popular opening. Written by an experienced Najdorf expert, this guide covers all of White's main replies and explains an opening played by World Champions Fischer and Kasparov. Everyman's Easy Guide series represents a new approach to chess openings books: just enough detail and just enough explanation to enable readers to play an opening with confidence, without months of memorizing theory: the easy way to master a chess opening. (5 3/4 x 8, 128 pages, illustrations)

Grandmaster Tony Kosten is one of the most successful players on the European circuit, with dozens of international tournament victories to his credit. He has lived in France for many years and was captain of the French team at the 1996 Olympiad.
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