The highly acclaimed SOS series provides intermediate chess players with perfectly playable, easily digestible opening ideas: deviations from main line opening theory in a very early stage of the game (usually before move six). Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of the chess opening will be able to apply these SOS-ideas in an actual game.
There is no need to study large quantities of stuffy theory, but there is an almost immediate return on the investment of a limited amount of time. Readers of SOS will baffle their opponents, gain crucial time, and stand a good chance to get an advantage in the game.
009 1 Jeroen Bosch The SOS Files
016 2 Ian Rogers Triple Trouble for the Grünfeld
024 3 Jeroen Bosch Sicilian: the Aussie Attack
031 4 Erwin l'Ami No Panov - Play an Early Queen Move
039 5 Donaldson and Silman 3.h4 in the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon
051 6 Arthur Kogan The Tarzan Attack
059 7 Jeroen Bosch Making Short Work of the Najdorf
068 8 Adrian Mikhalchishin The Döry Defence
073 9 Glenn Flear Bishops First Please!
080 10 Jeroen Bosch The Chigorin Attack
088 11 Arthur Kogan The Queen's Grünfeld Line (Part I)
097 12 Arthur Kogan The Queen's Grünfeld Line (Part II)
104 13 Adrian Mikhalchishin A Spanish SOS
107 14 Jeroen Bosch The French Advance with 5.. .a6
117 15 Dorian Rogozenko A Slav Surprise
123 16 Sergey Tiviakov Scandinavian with 3...Qd6
135 17 John van der Wiel Caro-Kann with a Slav Touch
143 18 Who is Who? Authors and their Subjects