ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 81 - Easy and Promising Way for White to Play Against the Najdorf Sicilian
Description / ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 81 - Easy and Promising Way for White to Play Against the Najdorf Sicilian
Running Time: Over 80 Minutes
On this DVD, Roman and Rybka bring new opening theory to white's sixth move h3 against one of Blacks most popular defences - the Sicilian Najdorf. World Champion Bobby Fischer used the h3 variation to defeat Grandmaster Najdorf himself. For over 20 years Roman has played nothing but h3 against the Najdorf and brings to you his own ideas and theory to give you a promising game against Blacks main moves ... d5, ...g6 and ...e5 as well as side variations. The h3 variations is now starting to become very popular at the highest level. So learn from someone who has played it the longest and surprise your opponent with Roman's easy to follow orginal ideas and anyalsis.
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