6. Anti-Sicilian with 2.Nc3 a6 (Part 4)
Many players, especially those who play the Najdorf, might play 2...a6 against the Anti-Sicilian. They're happy to transpose to the Open variation.
But instead, White has a powerful way to meet Black’s 2…a6 move, which is what you’ll learn in this course!
Our Grandmasters will show you the drawback behind Black's 2nd move and recommend a repertoire that starts with 3.g3!
Below are some positions taken from the course:
After watching the course, you’ll be fully equipped to fight for an advantage in the Anti-Sicilian 2.Nc3 a6 line.
Are you ready?
What you'll learn
- The drawbacks of 2…a6.
- Why 2...a6 is not as popular as other moves like 2...Nc6, 2...d6 or 2…e6.
- A complete repertoire starting with 3.g3! covering all the important ideas and variations, along with model games.
- A counterintuitive-yet-powerful opening idea that breaks development principles but speeds up your attack!
Lesson Plan32 episode(s) 2 hours 7 min
Students give this course an average of 5 out of 5 stars.