4. Anti-Sicilian with 2.Nc3 Nc6 (Part 2)
In the Anti-Sicilian Nc3, 2…Nc6 is a popular move you’ll face in many of your games. So you need a stable repertoire against it.
While White has many options here, our Grandmasters offer the strong — 3.Bb5!
One of the main ideas of this move is to get a favorable Rossolimo version after Bxc6 dxc6.
At the same time, White also keeps the option of playing either play Nf3 first or f4 followed by Nf3.
Below are some of the positions you could get, taken from the course.
GM Avetik will show you the most important lines and ideas for playing against the popular 2...Nc6 line!
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What you'll learn
- A step-by-step repertoire covering the main ideas, novelties and variations against Black's most important line.
- Why 3.Bb5 is more effective here than the Grand Prix Attack with 3.f4.
- Improve your understanding of Nc3 Anti-Sicilian structures.
Lesson Plan34 episode(s) 2 hours 11 min
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