24 ( +1 | -1 ) atrifixI found the "easy guide to the Sveshnikov Sicilian" by Jacob Aagaard @ 2000 Everyman Chess very useful. I have since supplemented it with"The Complete Sveshnikov Sicilian" by Yuri Yakovich @ 2002 Gambit.Publications.
53 ( +1 | -1 ) Yakovich bookI have the Complete Sveshnikov by Yakovich. It's a very good book. A word of caution about playing it: You have to know your stuff or have a good book handy. It's a cutting edge opening, very unbalanced. If you're a strategic player, worried about your pawn skeleton or king safety, it'll drive you nuts, like walking on the ledge of a high rise. I'm only a middling player, but I've been creamed by lower rated ones OTB. I'm thinking about going back to najdorf.