The Hungarian Dragon (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 g6 6.Be3 Nc6 7.f3 h5!?) is a creative and resourceful way of dealing with White's dangerous Yugoslav Attack to the Sicilian Dragon. With the line's endorsement by the creative Hungarian Grandmaster Richard Rapport in the World Blitz Championships 2021, the line is now receiving the scrutiny of Dragon exponents.
In this book, FIDE Candidate Master and ICCF Senior International Master Junior Tay explains this dangerous creature's concepts, tactics, strategic nuances, and theory using model examples and analytical positions.
008 Chapter 1: The Move Order
011 Chapter 2: The purpose of pushing the h-pawn and not
015 Chapter 3: 10.Be3 with 12.Be2
021 Chapter 4: 10.Be3 with 12.Bb5+ and 14.Ba4
027 Chapter 5: 10.Be3 with 12.0-0-0, 13.Bb5+ and 16.f4
034 Chapter 6: 10.Be3 with 13.Kb1, 14.a3, and 16.h3
039 Chapter 7: 10.Be3 - Move order issues (why 11...Be6 is preferred over 11...a6 and 11...Qa5)
048 Chapter 8: 10.Qf2 with 11.Bc4
057 Chapter 9: 10.Qf2 with 11.Bb5+
062 Chapter 10: 10.Bb5+ with 11.Qd3 Bc6!
070 Chapter 11: 10.Bb5+ with 11.Bxd7+ - The critical line
075 Chapter 12: 9.Qxd4
079 Chapter 13: 8.Bc4 with 11.Bb3
088 Chapter 14: 8.Bc4 with 11.Be2
093 Chapter 15: 8.Bc4 with 11.Bd3
099 Chapter 16: The Hungarian Dragon in top chess praxis
109 Chapter 17: Thematic Exercises
114 Chapter 18: Answers to Thematic Exercises
119 About the Author