Chess Openings by Example Sicilian Defense

Chess Openings by Example  Sicilian Defense
Author : J. Schmidt
Publisher :
Total Pages : 104
Release : 2017-03-27
ISBN 10 : 1520938829
ISBN 13 : 9781520938820
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Chess Openings by Example Sicilian Defense Book Description:

Chess Openings by Example - Sicilian Defense, is a collection of notable Sicilian Defense chess games - carefully selected and edited - complete with lots of chess diagrams so as to follow every game step-by-step. All games are accompanied with the standard algebraic notation, along with position evaluations following each move provided by the StockFish chess engine, so than you can easily see how the games progress and spot good moves or blunders. The easiest way to study chess openings - by example!


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