Yuri Yakovich is a highly esteemed chess trainer and a wellknown grandmaster from Samara, Russia, who has won a number of strong tournaments such as San Antonio 1999. Yakovich has written two opening books: ‘The Complete Sveshnikov Sicilian’ and ‘Play the 4 f3 Nimzo-Indian’.
Über das Buch:
GM Sergey Rublevsky, 2005 Russian Chess Champion: "A brilliant middlegame textbook"
Richard Vedder, Schakers.info: "This book deals with middlegame situations that may arise after the opening; situations that are dependent on pawn structures (..) A feast of sacrifices!"
Ross Jackson, New Zealand Chess Magazine: "Both an opening guide and a masterpiece of middlegame exposition." Ian Marks, Chess Scotland: "Great stuff, essential reading if you find yourself on either side of the Sicilian and recommended even if you don't."
Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe: "This book is really, really good. And to boot, the book is very attractively priced. For the chess student who wants to understand the sharp Open Sicilians better, this book is an excellent purchase and will provide a mountain of study material that is well-chosen, well-analyzed and well-explained."
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Zustand NEW | NEU | NOUVEAU | NIEUW | NUEVO | NY | НОВЫЙ | NOWOŚĆ Produktart Schachbuch Seitenzahl 208 pages, softcover EAN 9789056913328 ISBN 978-90-5691-332-8 Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein Gewicht in g 300 g ca. Sprache Englisch Autor/en Yuri Yakovich Herausgegeben 2010 Verlag New In Chess Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage