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This is an updated and largely expanded edition of Starting Out: The Sicilian, the highly acclaimed guide to the most popular and famous opening in chess.
In this user-friendly book,…
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The Ponziani Opening enjoys a long history, but for some unknown reason it has been neglected in recent times.
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