of Opening Surprises
Look at your
opponent sitting there in blissful ignorance. Fully at ease, everything
under control, not a worry in the world. Or so he thinks. He’s checked
his repertoire, double-checked his main lines. He wanted to come
well-prepared and he did. Or did he? Because what he doesn’t know is
that today is not his day. For the simple reason that he’s playing you.
And you are going to spring a surprise on him. No main variations today,
nothing mainstream, he’s going to be initiated into a world of secrets:
Secrets of Opening Surprises!
In this book you will find an extensive selection of the best SOS columns that Jeroen Bosch wrote for New In Chess Magazine. In addition you will find two chapters from Bosch's contributions to the New In Chess Yearbook. All of them have been reworked and updated.
Tired of main lines? Looking for a weapon to perplex your opponent? Here’s a refreshing source overflowing with baffling ideas and stunning finds.
Jeroen Bosch is an International
Master and a prolific chess writer for various chess publications. His
thoroughly researched contributions to the New In Chess Yearbooks are
highly valued, but he also continues to perplex (and pleasantly surprise)
us with the seemingly endless stream of unorthodox opening ideas that he
manages to unearth for his SOS column in New In Chess Magazine.