Many players prefer to side-step the Open Sicilian with one of the Anti-Sicilian systems at White's proposal. Thes include: lines such as the 2.c3 Sicilian and the Bb5 systems, slow but tricky lines including the Closed Sicilian and the King's Indian Attack and aggressive but loosening ideas like the Grand Prix Attack and a variety of gambits. This book equips Black to fight against all these lines. In the most critical variations, Rogozenko provides a choice between a solid and an aggressive option. He caters for those who meet 2.Nf3 with the three main moves, 2...d6, 2...e6 and 2...Nc6.
192 S., kart., 2003