Originally posted by Azie1809I doubt you can, the theory on it is massive.
Does anyone knows where one can get the complete theory behind it online?
Originally posted by welsharnieThe latest book that I know of is 'The Sveshnikov Reloaded' by Dorian Rogozenko (published by Quality Chess) which came out last year. I have it and it's superb.
I doubt you can, the theory on it is massive.
If you can shell-out for a book, I have Yakovich's book 'The Complete Sveshnikov Sicilian', which is good, but the theory has been improved on in super GM games recently, so you are possibly better getting the newer book that I hear has been released (If anyone can tell me what it is called, so I can get it myself, please let me know!)