Sicilian PGN File | Najdorf Variation

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The Najdorf variation of the Sicilian Defense chess opening being large to learn, on this page you can download a special PGN file on the Najdorf variation of the Sicilian Defense. The following is more information on the Najdorf PGN file, information about the download link and more explanations.

The Najdorf PGN file (its download link is below) includes 74 games on the Sicilian Najdorf variation. Of them: • 9 games were played by Bobby Fischer in 1956-1971; • 9 games were played by Garry Kasparov in 1994-2005; • 56 games were played by FIDE chess players rated 2250 and above in 2011.

The games were sorted by the playing lines of the Najdorf: • English Attack 6.Be3; • Main line 6.Bg5; • Najdorf 6.Be2; • Najdorf 6.Bc4; • Najdorf 6.f4; • Najdorf 6.g3; • Najdorf 6.h3. The games were analyzed by a computer program at the end of the opening phase.

To recall, the Najdorf variation of the Sicilian Defense includes these moves:
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 a6

To download the Sicilian Najdorf PGN file, click the link below:

Download Sicilian Najdorf PGN File (61 KB)
Note 1. The above file is to be downloaded from Google Drive. First click the above link to open, then click the download icon to download.
Note 2. To read the above PGN File and see chess games inside, you will need a PGN Viewer software. See Lesson 16, which explains how to download a decent freeware PGN Viewer Program.

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