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Reply #6 - 06/30/15 at 12:11:48
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The Sicilian Dragon books (the Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Raymond D. Keene, Yugoslav Attack 1969: Dragon Variation, Sicilian Defence, Chessman Publications & Chess Digest 1969 [16-pages booklet; descriptive notation].
2. Shmit, The Rauzer Attack, 1969 [? - from the bibliography of the Levy’s 1972 book listed below].
3. Ataka Rausera v Variante ‘Drakona’[The Rauser Attack in the Dragon Variation], Latvian Republic C. C. 1969
[? - probably in Russian; from the bibliography of the Miles & Moskow book listed below].
4. Eduard Gufeld & Efim Lazarev, Variant Drakona  [Dragon Variation], FiS 1970 [in Russian; published also in Spain on 1974 (reprinted on 1989) by Ediciones Martinez Roca as: Defensa Siciliana. Variante del Dragón].
5. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon, Harper Collins or Batsford 1972 [reprinted: 1973; 2nd revised edition published by HarperCollins or Batsford is from 1976; descriptive notation].
6. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Batsford 1981.
7. Tony Miles & Eric Moskow, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav Attack, Batsford 1981.
8. Eduard Gufeld & Lew Polugajewski, Sizilianisch. Drachensystem bis Geschlossene Variante, Sportverlag Berlin 1982 or 1985 (1st ed.); 1987 (2nd ed.) [German edition].
9. Eduard Gufeld, Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  [Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation], FiS 1982 [Russian edition].
10. Andrew Soltis, Sicilian Dragon for Black, Chess Digest 1983 [descriptive notation].
11. Eduard Gufeld, Sizilianische Verteidigung Drachen-System, Schachverlag Rudi Schmaus 1985 [German edition].
12. Eric Schiller & Jonathan Goldman, Sicilian Dragon Yugoslav Attack 9. Bc4, Chess Enterprises 1987.
13. Chris Ward & Bob Wade, Developments in the Sicilian: Dragon 1984-88, Quadrant Marketing 1988.
14. Eric Schiller, Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack II, Chess Enterprises 1989.
15. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Collier Books or Batsford 1989 [published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 1 (12. h4 Nc4…14. h5  in 9. Bc4 variation) by Dreier on 1988; Die Drachenvariante 3, Der Richter-Rauzer-Angriff  (Soltis Variation, 9. Bc4…10…Qa5 variation and 9. Bc4 Bd7 10. 0-0-0 minors) by Dreier on 1991].
16. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Collier Books or Batsford 1990 [published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 2 (but only 9. Bc4 …12. h4 Nc4…14. g4, 9.0-0-0 and 9. g4 variations) by Dreier on 1990].
17. Fabio Lotti & Angelo Picardi, Il dragone italiano,  Associazione Scacchistica Italiana Giocatori per Corrispondenza 1990 [Italian edition].
18. Bruno Carlier, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav Attack, Trends Publications 1991 [games collection; there is also misprinted edition: different cover with Bjarke Kristensen as the author but interior is the same, written by Bruno Carlier].
19. Jeremy B. Silman & John Donaldson, The Classical Dragon, Chess Enterprises 1991.
20. Siciliana Dragon (250 partidas), ESEUVE 1993 [games collection; Spanish edition].
21. Nigel Davies, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon, Trends Publications 1993 [games collection].
22. Ron Henley & Paul Hodges, The Dragon! A Sicilian Counterattack, R & D Publishing 1993.
23. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. 6.g3, Levenfish Attack, Unusual Continuations, self- published 1994.
24. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. The Complete Black Repertoire, self-published 1994.
25. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon, Batsford 1994 [reprinted: 1995, 1997].
26. Steve Mayer, The Soltis Variation of the Yugoslav Attack, Hypermodern Press 1995.
27. Sergey Tiviakov, B75-76 Sicilian Dragon, Chess Informant 1995.
28. Sicilian Dragon B78-79, Publishing House Moravian Chess 1996 [games collection: 416 games from the period of 1990-1995; published in Olomouc (Czech Republic)].
29. Eduard Gufeld & Oleg Stetsko, The Complete Dragon, Batsford 1997 [Ultimate Dragon Vol. 1 & 2 (Batsford 2001) can be regarded as the 2nd, practically unchanged edition of the above mentioned book - look: http://seagaard.dk/review/eng/bo_opening_sicilian/ba_the_ultimate_dragon.asp?kat...; Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  (Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation) (Russian edition by АСТ) from 2003 & La Variante Del Dragon (Spanish edition by Ediciones Tutor) from 2003 (reprinted on 2009) are probably translations from 2001 English edition].
30. Bogdan Lalic, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon Vol.2, Trends Publications 1997 [games collection].
31. Eduard Gufeld & Eric Schiller, Secrets of the Sicilian Dragon, Cardoza 1998 [Schiller’s The Sicilian Dragon (Cardoza 2011) can be regarded as the 2nd, practically unchanged edition of the above mentioned book – it is sad that only a section with exercises added].
32. Mikhail Golubev, Easy Guide to the Dragon, Everyman Chess 1999.
33. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. The Classical and Levenfish Variations, Caissa 2000 [also published in Germany as: Komplett Sizilianisch Drachen Band 1, Reinhold Dreier 1999].
34. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Caissa 2001 [also published in Germany as: Der Komplette Drachen. Der Jugoslawischen Angriff 9. Lc4, Caissa 2001].
35. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon 2, Batsford 2001.
36. Edward Dearing, Play the Sicilian Dragon, Gambit 2004 [available in ebook format (2014)].
37. Thorsten Cmiel, Der Drachentöter [The Dragonslayer], Chessgate 2004 [German edition; 6. g3 variation for White].
38. Andrew Martin, Starting Out: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2005 [available in CD (2007) and ebook format].
39. Alexander Khalifman, Opening for White According to Anand 1. e4, vol. 11, Chess Stars 2009 [also published in Russia: Debiut belymi po Anandu 1. e4, tom 11, Izdatelstwo Solowew Sergei Nikolaewich 2009].
40. Simon Williams, The New Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2009 [available in ebook format].
41. David Vigorito, Chess Developments: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2011 [available in ebook format].
42. Raymond Pearson, The Chinese Dragon, Matador 2012.
43. Angel Martín, Siciliana Dragón, Edami 2012 [Spanish edition; how to play the Dragon – tutorial, not theoretical work].
44. Oleg Stetsko, Nesgibaemyi Drakon. Ataka Rauzera [Hard-bitten Dragon. The Rauser Attack], A. Jelkow 2014 [Russian edition].
45. Oleg Stetsko, Nesgibaemyi Drakon. Klassicheskie Sistemy [Hard-bitten Dragon. The Classical Systems], A. Jelkow 2015 [Russian edition].
46. Carsten Hansen, The Sicilian Dragon: Move by Move, Everyman Chess 2015 [forthcoming].
47. Gawain Jones, Grandmaster Repertoire – The Dragon Vol. 1 & 2, Quality Chess 2015 [forthcoming].

The Sicilian Dragon CDs & DVDs (the Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Chris Ward, Sicilian Dragon (Foxy Series 45), ChessDVDs 1998.
2. Attila Schneider, The Dragon for Experts (Chess training), ChessBase CD 2001 [English- German edition].
3. Dorian Rogozenko, Sicilian Dragon 1 (B70-B74) & 2 (B75-79) (Chess training), ChessBase CDs 2004 [also published in German].
4. Roman Dzindzichashvili, Slaying the Dragon (Roman's Lab 75), ChessDVDs 2009.
5. Andrew Martin, The ABC of the Sicilian Dragon (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase DVD 2009.
6. Simon Williams, Killer Dragon 1 & 2, Gingergm DVDs 2011.
7. Timur Gareev, Ronen Har-Zvi (only part 2&3), The Sicilian Dragon 1-4 (Foxy Series 140-143), ChessDVDs 2012.
8. Peter Heine Nielsen, The Sicilian Dragon - Vol. 1 (Main Line with 9.Bc4) & 2 (All lines except 9.Bc4) (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase DVDs 2013 [also published in German].

Books about the the Sicilian Dragon Variation since 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
1. Nigel Davies, Taming the Sicilian, Everyman Chess 2003 [chapter on 6. g3 for White].
2. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 2, New In Chess 2004 [chapter on 6. Bg5 and 7. Bb5+ by Dorian Rogozenko for White]
3. Neil McDonald, Starting Out: 1 e4!, Everyman Chess 2006 [3 games on 9.0-0-0 for White].
4. John Emms, Richard Palliser, Dangerous Weapons: The Sicilian,Everyman Chess 2006 [chapter on 6. Be3, 7. Be2, 8. Qd2 with 0-0-0 soon (no f3) sytem for White].
5. Jacob Aagaard, J Shaw (eds.), Experts vs. the Sicilian, 2nd ed., Quality Chess 2006 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White by Mikhail Golubev].
6. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 7, New In Chess 2007 [chapter on 6. Bc4 by Arthur Kogan for White].
7. John Emms, Starting Out: The Sicilian, 2nd ed., Everyman Chess 2009 [chapter on the Dragon for both sides].
8. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 11, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 8...Be6 (main line is 8...0-0) against the Yugosłav Attack by Sergey Tiviakov for Black].
9. Jesus de la Villa, Dismantling the Sicilian, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 9. Bc4 for White].
10. Milos Pavlovic, Cutting Edge: The Open Sicilian 1, Quality Chess 2010 [3 chapters: on the Chinese Dragon, 9. Bc4...12. Kb1 Re8 and Topalov variation for White].
11. Yuri Yakovich, Sicilian Attacks, New In Chess 2011 [3 short chapters on 9. g4, 9.0-0-0 and 9.Bc4 for White]
12. Timothy Taylor, Slay the Sicilian!,Everyman Chess 2012 [chapter on 6. Be2 for White].
13. Danny Kopec, Mastering the Sicilian Defense, Kopec Chess Services 2014 [chapter on "The Dragon Structure" for both sides]
14. Zhanibek Amanov, Kostya Kavutskiy, Modernized: The Open Sicilian, Metropolitan Chess Publishing 2015 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White].
15. Parimarjan Negi, Grandmaster Repertoire – 1.e4 vs The Sicilian II, Quality Chess 2015 [forthcoming].
16. John Shaw, Playing 1.e4 – Sicilian & French, Quality Chess 2015 [forthcoming].


CDs & DVDs about the Sicilian Dragon Variation since 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
1. Viktor Bologan, Beating the Sicilian: A Grandmaster Repertoire Vol. 2 (DVD), ChessBase 2011 [9.0-0-0 for White].
  
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Re: Sicilian Dragon books, CD and DVDs lists
Reply #5 - 04/20/15 at 07:39:01
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Updated lists:

The Sicilian Dragon books (the Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Raymond D. Keene, Yugoslav Attack 1969: Dragon Variation, Sicilian Defence, Chessman Publications & Chess Digest 1969 [16-pages booklet; descriptive notation].
2. Shmit, The Rauzer Attack, 1969 [? - from the bibliography of the Levy’s 1972 book listed below].
3. Ataka Rausera v Variante ‘Drakona’[The Rauser Attack in the Dragon Variation], Latvian Republic C. C. 1969
[? - probably in Russian; from the bibliography of the Miles & Moskow book listed below].
4. Eduard Gufeld & Efim Lazarev, Variant Drakona  [Dragon Variation], FiS 1970 [in Russian; published also in Spain on 1974 (reprinted on 1989) by Ediciones Martinez Roca as: Defensa Siciliana. Variante del Dragón].
5. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon, Harper Collins or Batsford 1972 [reprinted: 1973; 2nd revised edition published by HarperCollins or Batsford is from 1976; descriptive notation].
6. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Batsford 1981.
7. Tony Miles & Eric Moskow, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav Attack, Batsford 1981.
8. Eduard Gufeld & Lew Polugajewski, Sizilianisch. Drachensystem bis Geschlossene Variante, Sportverlag Berlin 1982 or 1985 (1st ed.); 1987 (2nd ed.) [German edition].
9. Eduard Gufeld, Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  [Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation], FiS 1982 [Russian edition].
10. Andrew Soltis, Sicilian Dragon for Black, Chess Digest 1983 [descriptive notation].
11. Eduard Gufeld, Sizilianische Verteidigung Drachen-System, Schachverlag Rudi Schmaus 1985 [German edition].
12. Eric Schiller & Jonathan Goldman, Sicilian Dragon Yugoslav Attack 9. Bc4, Chess Enterprises 1987.
13. Chris Ward & Bob Wade, Developments in the Sicilian: Dragon 1984-88, Quadrant Marketing 1988.
14. Eric Schiller, Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack II, Chess Enterprises 1989.
15. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Collier Books or Batsford 1989 [published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 1 (12. h4 Nc4…14. h5  in 9. Bc4 variation) by Dreier on 1988; Die Drachenvariante 3, Der Richter-Rauzer-Angriff  (Soltis Variation, 9. Bc4…10…Qa5 variation and 9. Bc4 Bd7 10. 0-0-0 minors) by Dreier on 1991].
16. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Collier Books or Batsford 1990 [published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 2 (but only 9. Bc4 …12. h4 Nc4…14. g4, 9.0-0-0 and 9. g4 variations) by Dreier on 1990].
17. Fabio Lotti & Angelo Picardi, Il dragone italiano,  Associazione Scacchistica Italiana Giocatori per Corrispondenza 1990 [Italian edition].
18. Bruno Carlier, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav Attack, Trends Publications 1991 [games collection; there is also misprinted edition: different cover with Bjarke Kristensen as the author but interior is the same, written by Bruno Carlier].
19. Jeremy B. Silman & John Donaldson, The Classical Dragon, Chess Enterprises 1991.
20. Siciliana Dragon (250 partidas), ESEUVE 1993 [games collection; Spanish edition].
21. Nigel Davies, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon, Trends Publications 1993 [games collection].
22. Ron Henley & Paul Hodges, The Dragon! A Sicilian Counterattack, R & D Publishing 1993.
23. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. 6.g3, Levenfish Attack, Unusual Continuations, self- published 1994.
24. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. The Complete Black Repertoire, self-published 1994.
25. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon, Batsford 1994 [reprinted: 1995, 1997].
26. Steve Mayer, The Soltis Variation of the Yugoslav Attack, Hypermodern Press 1995.
27. Sergey Tiviakov, B75-76 Sicilian Dragon, Chess Informant 1995.
28. Sicilian Dragon B78-79, Publishing House Moravian Chess 1996 [games collection: 416 games from the period of 1990-1995; published in Olomouc (Czech Republic)].
29. Eduard Gufeld & Oleg Stetsko, The Complete Dragon, Batsford 1997 [Ultimate Dragon Vol. 1 & 2 (Batsford 2001) can be regarded as the 2nd, practically unchanged edition of the above mentioned book - look: http://seagaard.dk/review/eng/bo_opening_sicilian/ba_the_ultimate_dragon.asp?kat...; Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  (Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation) (Russian edition by АСТ) from 2003 & La Variante Del Dragon (Spanish edition by Ediciones Tutor) from 2003 (reprinted on 2009) are probably translations from 2001 English edition].
30. Bogdan Lalic, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon Vol.2, Trends Publications 1997 [games collection].
31. Eduard Gufeld & Eric Schiller, Secrets of the Sicilian Dragon, Cardoza 1998 [Schiller’s The Sicilian Dragon (Cardoza 2011) can be regarded as the 2nd, practically unchanged edition of the above mentioned book – it is sad that only a section with exercises added].
32. Mikhail Golubev, Easy Guide to the Dragon, Everyman Chess 1999.
33. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. The Classical and Levenfish Variations, Caissa 2000 [also published in Germany as: Komplett Sizilianisch Drachen Band 1, Reinhold Dreier 1999].
34. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Caissa 2001 [also published in Germany as: Der Komplette Drachen. Der Jugoslawischen Angriff 9. Lc4, Caissa 2001].
35. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon 2, Batsford 2001.
36. Edward Dearing, Play the Sicilian Dragon, Gambit 2004 [available in ebook format (2014)].
37. Thorsten Cmiel, Der Drachentöter [The Dragonslayer], Chessgate 2004 [German edition; 6. g3 variation for White].
38. Andrew Martin, Starting Out: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2005 [available in CD (2007) and ebook format].
39. Alexander Khalifman, Opening for White According to Anand 1. e4, vol. 11, Chess Stars 2009 [also published in Russia: Debiut belymi po Anandu 1. e4, tom 11, Izdatelstwo Solowew Sergei Nikolaewich 2009].
40. Simon Williams, The New Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2009 [available in ebook format].
41. David Vigorito, Chess Developments: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2011 [available in ebook format].
42. Raymond Pearson, The Chinese Dragon, Matador 2012.
43. Angel Martín, Siciliana Dragón, Edami 2012 [Spanish edition; how to play the Dragon – tutorial, not theoretical work].
44. Oleg Stetsko, Nesgibaemyi Drakon. Ataka Rauzera [Hard-bitten Dragon. The Rauser Attack], A. Jelkow 2014 [Russian edition].
45. Oleg Stetsko, Nesgibaemyi Drakon. Klassicheskie Sistemy [Hard-bitten Dragon. The Classical Systems], A. Jelkow 2015 [Russian edition].
46. Carsten Hansen, The Sicilian Dragon: Move by Move, Everyman Chess 2015 [forthcoming].

The Sicilian Dragon CDs & DVDs (the Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Chris Ward, Sicilian Dragon (Foxy Series 45), ChessDVDs 1998.
2. Attila Schneider, The Dragon for Experts (Chess training), ChessBase CD 2001 [English- German edition].
3. Dorian Rogozenko, Sicilian Dragon 1 (B70-B74) & 2 (B75-79) (Chess training), ChessBase CDs 2004 [also published in German].
4. Roman Dzindzichashvili, Slaying the Dragon (Roman's Lab 75), ChessDVDs 2009.
5. Andrew Martin, The ABC of the Sicilian Dragon (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase DVD 2009.
6. Simon Williams, Killer Dragon 1 & 2, Gingergm DVDs 2011.
7. Timur Gareev, Ronen Har-Zvi (only part 2&3), The Sicilian Dragon 1-4 (Foxy Series 140-143), ChessDVDs 2012.
8. Peter Heine Nielsen, The Sicilian Dragon - Vol. 1 (Main Line with 9.Bc4) & 2 (All lines except 9.Bc4) (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase DVDs 2013 [also published in German].

Books about the the Sicilian Dragon Variation since 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
1. Nigel Davies, Taming the Sicilian, Everyman Chess 2003 [chapter on 6. g3 for White].
2. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 2, New In Chess 2004 [chapter on 6. Bg5 and 7. Bb5+ by Dorian Rogozenko for White]
3. Neil McDonald, Starting Out: 1 e4!, Everyman Chess 2006 [3 games on 9.0-0-0 for White].
4. John Emms, Richard Palliser, Dangerous Weapons: The Sicilian,Everyman Chess 2006 [chapter on 6. Be3, 7. Be2, 8. Qd2 with 0-0-0 soon (no f3) sytem for White].
5. Jacob Aagaard, J Shaw (eds.), Experts vs. the Sicilian, 2nd ed., Quality Chess 2006 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White by Mikhail Golubev].
6. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 7, New In Chess 2007 [chapter on 6. Bc4 by Arthur Kogan for White].
7. John Emms, Starting Out: The Sicilian, 2nd ed., Everyman Chess 2009 [chapter on the Dragon for both sides].
8. Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 11, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 8...Be6 (main line is 8...0-0) against the Yugosłav Attack by Sergey Tiviakov for Black].
9. Jesus de la Villa, Dismantling the Sicilian, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 9. Bc4 for White].
10. Milos Pavlovic, Cutting Edge: The Open Sicilian 1, Quality Chess 2010 [3 chapters: on the Chinese Dragon, 9. Bc4...12. Kb1 Re8 and Topalov variation for White].
11. Yuri Yakovich, Sicilian Attacks, New In Chess 2011 [3 short chapters on 9. g4, 9.0-0-0 and 9.Bc4 for White]
12. Timothy Taylor, Slay the Sicilian!,Everyman Chess 2012 [chapter on 6. Be2 for White].
13. Danny Kopec, Mastering the Sicilian Defense, Kopec Chess Services 2014 [chapter on "The Dragon Structure" for both sides]
14. Zhanibek Amanov, Kostya Kavutskiy, Modernized: The Open Sicilian, Metropolitan Chess Publishing 2015 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White].

CDs & DVDs about the Sicilian Dragon Variation since 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
1. Viktor Bologan, Beating the Sicilian: A Grandmaster Repertoire Vol. 2 (DVD), ChessBase 2011 [9.0-0-0 for White].
  
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Reply #4 - 03/23/15 at 12:13:34
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Books about the Sicilian Dragon Variation from 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
- Nigel Davies, Taming the Sicilian, Everyman Chess 2003 [chapter on 6. g3 for White].
- Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 2, New In Chess 2004 [chapter on 6. Bg5 and 7. Bb5+ by Dorian Rogozenko for White]
- Neil McDonald, Starting Out: 1 e4!, Everyman Chess 2006 [3 games on 9.0-0-0 for White].
- John Emms, Richard Palliser, Dangerous Weapons: The Sicilian,Everyman Chess 2006 [chapter on 6. Be3, 7. Be2, 8. Qd2 with 0-0-0 soon (no f3) sytem for White].
- Jacob Aagaard, J Shaw (eds.), Experts vs. the Sicilian, 2nd ed., Quality Chess 2006 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White by Mikhail Golubev].
- Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 7, New In Chess 2007 [chapter on 6. Bc4 by Arthur Kogan for White].
- John Emms, Starting Out: The Sicilian, 2nd ed., Everyman Chess 2009 [chapter on the Dragon for both sides].
- Jeroen Bosch (ed.), Secrets of Opening Surprises, Vol. 11, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 8...Be6 (main line is 8...0-0) against the Yugosłav Attack by Sergey Tiviakov for Black].
- Jesus de la Villa, Dismantling the Sicilian, New In Chess 2009 [chapter on 9. Bc4 for White].
- Milos Pavlovic, Cutting Edge: The Open Sicilian 1, Quality Chess 2010 [3 chapters: on the Chinese Dragon, 9. Bc4...12. Kb1 Re8 and Topalov variation for White].
- Yuri Yakovich, Sicilian Attacks, New In Chess 2011 [3 short chapters on 9. g4, 9.0-0-0 and 9.Bc4 for White]
- Timothy Taylor, Slay the Sicilian!,Everyman Chess 2012 [chapter on 6. Be2 for White].
- Danny Kopec, Mastering the Sicilian Defense, Kopec Chess Services 2014 [chapter on "The Dragon Structure" for both sides]
- Zhanibek Amanov, Kostya Kavutskiy, Modernized: The Open Sicilian, Metropolitan Chess Publishing 2015 [chapter on 9.0-0-0 for White].

CDs/DVDs about the Sicilian Dragon Variation from 2000 (SDV as the minor theme):
- Viktor Bologan, Beating the Sicilian: A Grandmaster Repertoire Vol. 2 (DVD), ChessBase 2011 [9.0-0-0 for White].


I put books/CDs/DVDs sections published since 2000 only, as they're the most relevant theoretically.

To Mods: can you add it to my first post, as I'm not allowed to do it myself. Thanks.
  
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Reply #3 - 03/21/15 at 18:44:56
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Bragesjo, thank you for answering. Books you've mentioned don't fit my list, because Dragon isn't the main theme of the books (100% SDV or just more than 50%). However, I think creating a list of books with Dragon Variation as the minor theme would be also a good idea.

When I find the time I will put the books you mentioned and I will try to add other.

To everyone: Do you know more books/CDs/DVDs fitting to any of the lists (Dragon as the main or minor theme)?
  
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Re: Sicilian Dragon books, CD and DVDs lists
Reply #2 - 03/20/15 at 22:31:21
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Well some books are missing from the list, particullary from whites point of view.

White repertour books :

* Beating the Sicilian 3 by Nunn and Gallagher (9 0-0-0). I have not read Nunns two earlier editions so I dont know hes systems there.
* Experts vs the Sicilian (9 0-0-0 chapter by Golubev)
* Taming the sicilian by Davies (g3)
* Slay the Sicilian by Taylor (Be2)
* Dismantling the Sicilian (9 Bc4 yugoslav).
* Starting out 1 e4 (9 0-0-0)
* (Commning book) Modernized : The open sicilian (9 0-0-0)

I know to other books that had a Dragon chapter in each.

* Dangeroues Weapon : the Open sicilian covered the  Be2 Be3 0-0-0 (no f3) system.
* Tiviakov also wrote an article in some SOS book (I think) where blacks delayas castling and plays Be6 instead.
  
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Reply #1 - 03/19/15 at 20:29:02
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I have almost all the books listed above in bold (44 books for sale).

I have to part with my collection. I would like to sell the collection to one person, so the books are not splitted.

Check my auction on ebay.co.uk - write 44 sicilian dragon books or similar phrase (I can't put the link here)

Don’t comment about the auction here, as I’m going to delete this post after selling the books.
  
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03/19/15 at 20:26:00
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Hello everyone! I have been a Dragon player at club level from my childhood. I’d like to share with you lists of some published Dragon material I’m aware of. I made lists of books, CDs and DVDs.
I’d like to ask you to check the lists: make comments, add other books/CDs/DVDs (or translations) you know of and correct any errors you can find. Feel free to write reviews and share your impressions too.
I will update this post in the future.

Sicilian Dragon books (Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1.Raymond D. Keene, Yugoslav Attack 1969: Dragon Variation, Sicilian Defence, Chessman Publications & Chess Digest 1969 [16-pages booklet; descriptive notation].
2. Shmit, The Rauzer Attack, 1969
[? - from the bibliography of the Levy’s 1972 book listed below].
3. Ataka Rausera v Variante ‘Drakona’[The Rauser Attack in the Dragon Variation], Latvian Republic C. C. 1969
[? - probably in Russian; from the bibliography of the Miles & Moskow book listed below].
4. Eduard Gufeld & Efim Lazarev, Variant Drakona  [Dragon Variation], FiS 1970
[in Russian; published also in Spain on 1974 (reprinted on 1989) by Ediciones Martinez Roca as: Defensa Siciliana. Variante del Dragón].
5. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon, Harper Collins or Batsford 1972
[reprinted: 1973; 2nd revised edition published by HarperCollins or Batsford is from 1976; descriptive notation].
6. David N. Levy, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Batsford 1981.
7. Tony Miles & Eric Moskow, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav Attack, Batsford 1981.
8. Eduard Gufeld & Lew Polugajewski, Sizilianisch. Drachensystem bis Geschlossene Variante, Sportverlag Berlin 1982 or 1985 (1st ed.); 1987 (2nd ed.) [German edition].
9. Eduard Gufeld, Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  [Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation], FiS 1982 [Russian edition].
10. Andrew Soltis, Sicilian Dragon for Black, Chess Digest 1983 [descriptive notation].
11. Eduard Gufeld, Sizilianische Verteidigung Drachen-System, Schachverlag Rudi Schmaus 1985 [German edition].
12. Eric Schiller & Jonathan Goldman, Sicilian Dragon Yugoslav Attack 9. Bc4, Chess Enterprises 1987.
13. Chris Ward & Bob Wade, Developments in the Sicilian: Dragon 1984-88, Quadrant Marketing 1988.
14. Eric Schiller, Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack II, Chess Enterprises 1989.
15. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Collier Books or Batsford 1989
[published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 1 by Dreier on 1988].
16. Laszlo Sapi & Atilla Schneider, Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations, Collier Books or Batsford 1990 [published also in Germany as: Die Drachenvariante 2 by Dreier on 1990].
17. Fabio Lotti & Angelo Picardi, Il dragone italiano,  Associazione Scacchistica Italiana Giocatori per Corrispondenza 1990 [Italian edition].
18. Bruno Carlier, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav Attack, Trends Publications 1991
[games collection; there is also misprinted edition: different cover with Bjarke Kristensen as the author but interior is the same, written by Bruno Carlier].
19. Jeremy B. Silman & John Donaldson, The Classical Dragon, Chess Enterprises 1991.
20. Siciliana Dragon (250 partidas), ESEUVE 1993
[games collection; Spanish edition].
21. Nigel Davies, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon, Trends Publications 1993 [games collection].
22. Ron Henley & Paul Hodges, The Dragon! A Sicilian Counterattack, R & D Publishing 1993.
23. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. 6.g3, Levenfish Attack, Unusual Continuations, self- published 1994.
24. Goran Kosanovic, Sicilian Dragon. The Complete Black Repertoire, self-published 1994.
25. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon, Batsford 1994 [reprinted: 1995, 1997].
26. Steve Mayer, The Soltis Variation of the Yugoslav Attack, Hypermodern Press 1995.
27. Sergey Tiviakov, B75-76 Sicilian Dragon, Chess Informant 1995.
28. Sicilian Dragon B78-79, Publishing House Moravian Chess 1996
[games collection: 416 games from the period of 1990-1995; published in Olomouc (Czech Republic)].
29. Eduard Gufeld & Oleg Stetsko, The Complete Dragon, Batsford 1997
[Ultimate Dragon Vol. 1 & 2 (Batsford 2001) can be regarded as the 2nd , practically unchanged, edition of the above mentioned book - check: seagaard.dk review for example;
Sitsilianckaia Zashchita. Variant Drakona  (Sicilian Defence. Dragon Variation) (Russian edition by АСТ) from 2003 & La Variante Del Dragon (Spanish edition by Ediciones Tutor) from 2003 (reprinted on 2009) are probably translations from 2001 English edition].
30. Bogdan Lalic, Trends in the Sicilian Dragon Vol.2, Trends Publications 1997 [games collection].
31. Eduard Gufeld & Eric Schiller, Secrets of the Sicilian Dragon, Cardoza 1998    
[Schiller’s The Sicilian Dragon (Cardoza 2011) can be regarded as the 2nd, practically unchanged edition of the above mentioned book – I read that only a section with exercises added].
32. Mikhail Golubev, Easy Guide to the Dragon, Everyman Chess 1999.
33. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. The Classical and Levenfish Variations, Caissa 2000
[also published in Germany as: Komplett Sizilianisch Drachen Band 1, Reinhold Dreier 1999].
34. Attila Schneider, Sicilian Dragon. Yugoslav 9. Bc4, Caissa 2001
[also published in Germany as: Der Komplette Drachen. Der Jugoslawischen Angriff 9. Lc4, Caissa 2001].
35. Chris Ward, Winning with the Dragon 2, Batsford 2001.
36. Edward Dearing, Play the Sicilian Dragon, Gambit 2004 [available in ebook format (2014)].
37. Thorsten Cmiel, Der Drachentöter [The Dragonslayer], Chessgate 2004
[German edition; 6. g3 variation for White].
38. Andrew Martin, Starting Out: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2005
[available in CD (2007) and ebook format].
39. Alexander Khalifman, Opening for White According to Anand 1. e4, vol. 11, Chess Stars 2009
[also published in Russia: Debiut belymi po Anandu 1. e4, tom 11, Izdatelstwo Solowew Sergei Nikolaewich 2009].
40. Simon Williams, The New Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2009 [available in ebook format].
41. David Vigorito, Chess Developments: The Sicilian Dragon, Everyman Chess 2011 [available in ebook format].
42. Raymond Pearson, The Chinese Dragon, Matador 2012.
43. Angel Martín, Siciliana Dragón, Edami 2012
[Spanish edition; how to play the Dragon – tutorial, not theoretical work].
44. Oleg Stetsko, Nesgibaemyi Drakon. Ataka Rauzera [Hard-bitten Dragon. The Rauser Attack], A. Jelkow 2014 [Russian edition].
45. Carsten Hansen, The Sicilian Dragon: Move by Move, Everyman Chess 2015 [forthcoming].

Sicilian Dragon CDs (Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Attila Schneider, The Dragon for Experts (Chess training), ChessBase 2001 [English- German edition].
2. Dorian Rogozenko, Sicilian Dragon 1 (B70-B74) & 2 (B75-79) (Chess training), ChessBase 2004 [also published in German].

Sicilian Dragon DVDs (Dragon Variation as the main theme):
1. Chris Ward, Sicilian Dragon (Foxy Series 45), ChessDVDs 1998.
2. Roman Dzindzichashvili, Slaying the Dragon (Roman's Lab 75), ChessDVDs 2009.
3. Andrew Martin, The ABC of the Sicilian Dragon (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase 2009.
4. Simon Williams, Killer Dragon 1 & 2, Gingergm 2011.
5. Timur Gareev, Ronen Har-Zvi (only part 2&3), The Sicilian Dragon 1-4 (Foxy Series 140-143), ChessDVDs 2012.
6. Peter Heine Nielsen, The Sicilian Dragon - Vol. 1 (Main Line with 9.Bc4) & 2 (All lines except 9.Bc4) (Fritz Trainer Opening), ChessBase 2013 [also published in German].
  
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