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This is a placeholder for the Snake Benoni (Modern Benoni Part 3).
Analysis and comments go here.
And white won in view of 23. Kxf7 Ng5+
Do you mean black?
Can you play the Snake Benoni against other
variations as well? I tried it out in an OTB tournament, and here are the results of the opening:
Hi to all,
Could you please tell me where I can find _study material_ to the Snake Benoni after 3.Nf3? I'd like to complement my usual 3.Nc3 Bb4 Nimzo-Indian with this one, as a surprise weapon. My usual opponents are FIDE 2200~2300.Please help.
It's a great way of adding knowledge to watch chess vid like this...
"King in a chimney". I'm gonna use that one.
I am confused....looking for the written followup talked about at the video's end...am I just too late getting here?
this is very interesting video :)
Great video. I'm going to add this to my repertoire against the move 3. Nf3.
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