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Re: Classical Sicillian novelty
Reply #2 - 11/02/06 at 09:37:29
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As most of my books are in boxes I cant give you the specifics, but I am fairly certain it is covered in Golubev's Sozin book. I also know it is not supposed to be good.
  

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Re: Classical Sicillian novelty
Reply #1 - 11/02/06 at 00:43:27
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Supposing you mean 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Nc6 6.Bg5 (6.Bc4 is the Sozin/Velimirovic) e6 7.Bc4 (iso 7.Qd2), I can tell you that my 1982 book "De Opening, Siciliaans 2" by Euwe and Vreeken gives Qb6 8.Bxf6 gxf6 9.Ndb5 Ne5 10.Bb3 Rg8 "and Black has the advantage", Sursack-Larsen, Olympiade Siegen 1970.
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Classical Sicillian novelty
11/01/06 at 02:24:58
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Hello!

I was wondering if anyone has ever seen the Richer-Rauzer with a 6. Bc4 instead of the main line of 6. Qd2?

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