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OffBeat lines to Crush the Sicilian!

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OffBeat lines to Crush the Sicilian!

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Tired of fighting those booked up Sicilian players? Checkout this compilation of anti-Sicilian weapons for White to swing the games into your own familiar territory. GM NIvel Davis, IM Gary Lane, IM Danny Kopec, GM Ronen Har-Zvi and GM Alex Lenderman give you a full array of off beat easy-to-learn weapons to take the fight into your own terms.

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Offbeat lines to crush the Sicilian!

STRANGLING THE SICILIAN - DAVIES (65 MINS)

Why fall victim to your opponent's pet Sicilian line when you can out-fox him with the cunning 2.d3? GM Nigel Davies, the pioneer of this new and vital system, explains exactly how you can squash those booked-up Sicilian-ites! Transpositions to King's Indian Attack formations for White are noted and explored.

1.e4 c5 2.d3

Part 1: Black plays an early ...d5
Part 2: Black tries to play the position as if it was a traditional Closed Sicilian

IM DANNY KOPEC ANTI-SICILIAN SYSTEM - (150 MINS)

A repertoire for White. You are about to enter a completely different world - the world of the Kopec Systems. IM Dr. Danny Kopec presents his original system which is deadly against all Sicilian set-ups. Fundamentally sound, it packs a venomous punch. With the Kopec System, you can spring virtually unknown theoretical gems on your unsuspecting opponents!

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 & 3.Bd3

Part 1: Dragon set-up with ...g6
Part 2: Russian set-up with ...g6 and ...e5
Part 3: Lopez set-up with ...e5
Part 4: French set-up with ...e6 and ...d5
Part 5: Hybrid Structures

C3 SICILIAN - IM GARY LANE (85 MINS)
Get your opening on the board at move two! IM Gary Lane presents new ideas and attacking lines to lead Black out of familiar territory and into positions that are treacherous to defend 1.e4 c5 2.c3
Part 1: 2...d5/5...e6
Part 2: 2...d5/5...Bg4
Part 3: 2...d5/4...Nc6
Part 4: 2...Nf6
Part 5: 2...e6
Part 6: 2...d6
Part 7: 2...Qa5 Part 8: 2...b6

BONUS MATERIAL

BONUS

FREE BONUS #1: .Qxd4 SICILIAN, CHEKHOVER VARIATION GM RONEN HAR-ZVI (7 PART SERIES)

The Sicilian variation 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Qxd4, named after the very famous Russian chess composer Vitaly Chekhover (sometimes also called the Hungarian Variation), is an interesting alternative for white to avoid many of the heavily analyzed lines in the Sicilian. Oftentimes this variation leads to a more positional rather than complicated play. Recently the world number 1, which by now we can say be the highest-rated player in history, has decided to put this variation to work, and we are here as always to follow and explain this interesting and surprising line, that deserves attention at any level.

FREE BONUS #2:The Smith Morra Gambit by Alex Lenderman. Aleksandr "Alex" Lenderman is an authority in openings. He won the 2005 World Under-16 Championship in Belfort. In this 3 video series, Alex covers the complex Smith Morra Gambit 1. e4 c5 2. d4 cxd4 3. c3!?, a great weapon against the Siciian.

FREE BONUS #3: This video series comes with one month of ICC MEMBERSHIP!

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offbeat sicilian lines Review by tonto123
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I have looked at the Alapin lines and the d3 line. I am underwhelmed. The d3 line is just the KIA by a different route. The Alapin includes lines that are too scary and unclear for me. (Posted on January 26, 2020)
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