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By the way, how does one refute a pawn move, exactly?
Nakamura plays any opening against non super GM opponents.
The Dzindi Indian is a crap opening that has a sole purpose of selling dvds on onlinechesslessons.net
what does refuted mean anyway?
Email this to Carlsen before its too late.
all ready did.
email my opening and its variations to Magnus Carlsen...
man o man
gibberish to create a post - well done!
Refuted means the move has been proved to give a winning advantage to the other player.
I think this is the "Dzinzi Indian defence.
So it would seem:
The original Dzhindzhi Indian was
1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 a6 4 Nc3 c5 5 d5 b5
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