by Dorian Rogozenko ? There is little doubt that, with its numerous sub-systems, the Sicilian Defence represents a powerful challenge for anyone who plays 1.e4. Of course, it is particularly tempting to think you can master the defence with a single move 2.c3, otherwise known as the Alapin System. And also, objectively speaking, 2.c3 is in no way inferior to the open systems. But there is also a little downside here too: you can no longer surprise your opponent with the Alapin System, for there has been an enormous increase in the theory of 2.c3 in recent years. Yet Dorian Rogozenko's CD can help you construct a strong repertoire against the Sicilian. Because this is a major new work, which reflects the latest state of theory and even goes beyond it.54 database texts 500 games annotated by the author Large database with 75,000 games Training database Reader based on ChessBase 9.0 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium, 32 MB RAM, Windows 98 SE/2000/Me/XP
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