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Jeroen Bosch

Full Name: Jeroen Bosch
Number of Works: 15
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ISBN: 9056912607, 9789056912604
Keywords: vol, surprises, opening, secrets
Pages: 144
Published: 2009

No time to study chess opening theory? Secrets of Opening Surprises (SOS) consists of highly playable, unusual opening ideas. Because an SOS is such an early deviation from the regular lines in mainstream openings (usually before move six), the probability of you being able to bring the variation actually on the board is very high. If you are tired of main lines, if you are looking for simple but effective weapons to perplex your opponent, then you will feel very much at home in the world of SOS.
ISBN: 9056913417, 9789056913410
Keywords: vol, surprises, opening, secrets
Pages: 144
Published: 2011

SOS allows amateurs to play the opening like a pro without spending nearly all their free time studying stuffy theory. Readers of this series can ignore large areas of the ever expanding chess opening theory, because they can concentrate on these very early deviations (usually before move six!) from the regular lines in main stream openings. Ideal for club players with a basic knowledge of openings, who have not enough time to keep up with the latest fashions. A refreshing change, is what GM Nigel Short wrote about SOS in The Daily Telegraph.
ISBN: 9056910981, 9789056910983
Keywords: surprises, opening, secrets
Pages: 207
Published: 2003

Secrets of Opening Surprises is published twice a year, and consists of highly playable, unusual opening ideas. Because an SOS is such an early deviation from the regular lines in many mainstream openings (usually before move six), the probability of you being able to bring the variation actually on the board is very high. No need to study large quantities of stuffy theory, but an immediate return on a your investment of time. And lots of fun while going at it! If you are tired of main lines, if you are looking for simple but effective weapons to perplex your opponent, then you will feel very