jueves, 18 de julio de 2013

Winning with the Najdorf Sicilian An Uncompromising Repertoire for Black by Zaven Andriasyan

Otro título también disponible de newinchess para su envío es Gané con la Siciliana Najdorf (Winning with the Najdorf Sicilian) escrito por el GM Zaven Andriasyan campeón del mundo sub18 y sub20 en 2006.
Un trabajo avalado por el superGM Levon Aronian que hace la presentación de este libro, que sin duda dada la calidad de la obra hará las delicias de los seguidores de esta agresiva defensa.

Cómpralo directamente pinchando en la fotografía con gastos de envío incluidos a un precio que seguro te sorprenderá.

256pg, junio 2013, precio de venta oficial: 24,95€ + gastos de envío.

Información oficial:

The Najdorf Variation of the Sicilian Defence continues to be extremely popular. Advocated by great fighting champions like Garry Kasparov and Bobby Fischer, this flexible, wonderfully rich system offers one of the best ways for Black to play for a win.

Young Armenian grandmaster Zaven Andriasyan has developed and successfully employed  his very own attacking repertoire for Black in the Najdorf.

In this book he points out ways to avoid the most dangerous white systems, such as the English Attack, and presents ideas for Black to fight for the initiative right from the start.

Revisiting all major Najdorf battlegrounds, Andriasyan challenges accepted views and sheds new light on this great opening. In his search for new paths he has found a great number of radical improvements, resulting in a complete, surprising and punchy repertoire. 

After you have read and studied Winning with the Najdorf Sicilian, you will be ready and happy to take on 1.e4 players at all times!

With a foreword by Levon Aronian.

Zaven Andriasyan (1989) was both European under-18 and World under-20 champion in 2006. He is currently one of the strongest grandmasters in Armenia. Zaven Andriasyan regularly writes for the New In Chess Yearbooks.

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