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Re: Najdorf 6.Be3 Ng4 coverage
Reply #3 - 10/05/13 at 02:49:23
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Another source I can add is GM Walter Brownes video on the Najdorf sicilian -his repertoire choice there.
Although a bit outdated but still interesting/inspiring.

GM John Fedorowicz and GM Nick de Firmians book on the English attack has a chapter on it too.
  

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Re: Najdorf 6.Be3 Ng4 coverage
Reply #2 - 10/04/13 at 10:28:30
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gramsci wrote on 10/04/13 at 08:43:25:
Do you Know where I can find some information about 6...Ng4?

There must be about 50 annotated games with this move on ChessPublishing.
  
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Re: Najdorf 6.Be3 Ng4 coverage
Reply #1 - 10/04/13 at 09:17:13
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Some of the relevant, specialised sources that spring to mind are Rizzitano's 'Play the Najdorf', Sammalvuo's 'The English Attack', De La Villa's 'Dismantling the Sicilian' and McDonald's 'Starting Out: 1.e4!'. You can probably find other relevant sources with a bit of research, but there's no substitute for being familiar with the games of Kasparov and Topalov (e.g. Shirov-Kasparov and Svidler-Topalov), plus the latest games in more topical lines.
  

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Najdorf 6.Be3 Ng4 coverage
10/04/13 at 08:43:25
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I'm still impressed by Gelfand's win against Nakamura in Paris. Do you Know where I can find some information about 6...Ng4? It seems strange that none of the latest publications on the Najdorf cover this system from black point of view.
  
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