legija: I started playing chess on tournaments in 2004. Had problem with the sicilian,dragon,najdorf and then I learned the Bb5 sicilian against both 2...Nc6 and 2...d6. I'm proud to say, I won 37 games with it. No draws, lost 2 times, both times left a piece in a dominant position. Believe me people, play it, play it. Bb5 is extremely logical. You develop a piece, prepare castling, attack his piece, threaten to damage his pawn structure, and gain a positional plus by exchanging the light square bishop ant place your pawn chain on light squares. What more can you ask from a single move? Look at some Mickey Adams games, he plays it. Also Rublevsky, Vasiukov. You get a stable game, winning chances, positional advantages and in the large tree of the sicilian, when you play Bb5, black has the least counterplay.