Bosch: Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 13
'Secrets of Opening Surprises brings you a wide variety of unusual opening ideas. They may seem outrageous at first sight, but have proven to be perfectly playable.
\r\nAn SOS deviates very early from the regular lines in a mainstream opening, usually even before move six! That is why it is so easy to actually bring the variation on the board.
\r\nYou will baffle your opponent without having studied large quantities of stuffy theory.
\r\n1 Jeroen Bosch - The SOS Files
\r\n2 Arthur Kogan - Sicilian Najdorf: the Czebe Attack
\r\n3 Jeroen Bosch - The North Sea Defence
\r\n4 Simon Williams - The Williams Anti-Grünfeld Variation
\r\n5 Konstantin Landa - The Scotch Game: Carlsen Leads the Way
\r\n6 Jeroen Bosch - The Budapest Gambit Delayed
\r\n7 Alexander Finkel - French Defence: Obtaining Two Bishops
\r\n8 Glenn Flear - Grabbing a Pawn in the Réti/Catalan
\r\n9 Dimitri Reinderman - Sicilian: Karma Chameleon
\r\n10 Jeroen Bosch - The Centre Game in Viking Spirit
\r\n11 Efstratios Grivas - Slav: The Easy Way
\r\n12 Adrian Mikhalchishin - Spanish: Kortchnoi\''s Idea in the Central Attack
\r\n13 Dimitri Reinderman - Panic in the London
\r\n14 Alexander Finkel - Pirc Defence - Taking off the Gloves
\r\n15 Jeroen Bosch - New Recipe in Old Indian
\r\n16 John van der Wiel - Sicilian Mission: To Boldly Go...
\r\n17 Ian Rogers - Surprising Sacrifice in the Giuoco Piano
\r\nFigurine Notation, 143 Seiten, 2011, kartoniert, englisch.'