Here is a couple of games that I played in the Sicilian. 1.e4 c5
This is a Sicilian Scheveningen game which starts.
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 a6 6. f4
Here is some info on the Sicilian Scheveningen, courtesy of wikipedia.
The seemingly modest d6–e6 pawn centre affords Black provide a solid defensive barrier, control of the critical d5- and e5-squares, and retains the flexibility to break in the centre with either ...e5 or ...d5. Black can proceed with rapid development and the opening provides sound counter chances and considerable scope for creativity.
The variation first came to international attention during the 1923 chess tournament in the village Scheveningen at the North Sea coast near The Hague. During the tournament, the variation was played several times by several players, including Euwe playing it against Maroczy.
- 2Keres Attack: 6.g4
- 3Classical Variation: 6.Be2
- 4English Attack: 6.Be3
- 5Other variations
- 6Question of move orders and the Najdorf Variation
- 7See also