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Rogozenko: Sicilian Dragon 1 (B70-B74) on CD-ROM
When playing as White, if you do not want to enter sharp opening systems, you would do better to fight against the Dragon by castling short. These specific variations are the theme of Rogozenko‘s CD Dragon 1. White castles short and basically does not try to achieve an opening advantage. But the character of the positions is completely different from when White castles queenside and often does not fall in with Black’s plans. The author himself came to this painful conclusion the first time he played the Dragon; the annotations to this game alone cast much light on the opening. This is how chess training can be fun: - suitable for advanced players - 29 texts and 113 annotated model games - database with over 24,000 games - training database - tree containing all the games - includes the ChessBase-Reader About the author: Grandmaster Dorian Rogozenko lives in Bucharest and took part in the FIDE-World Championship 2001 in Moscow. He is responsible for B70-B79 in the ChessBase Magazine. ChessBase has already published Rogozenko’s successful CDs “The Sveshnikov Variation” and “The Slav Defence”.
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