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In Chess, there are many options for starting and answering. The Sicilian defense is one of them, but not the last, but, on the contrary, one of the most popular and successful. So, the goal of the presented game is to open and study all variants of the Sicilian defense in chess in a game form. The game develops concentration and attention, so necessary in chess. This game can be useful not only for chess players, experienced or beginners, but also for people who are just beginning to get acquainted with the ancient art of chess. And also to those who are quite far away from chess (smile).

iTunes Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chess-match-sicilian-defense/id12… ls=1&mt=8 
iTunes Store iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chess-match-sicilian-defense/id12… ls=1&mt=8




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