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What is your favourite opening? Mine is the Sicilan Defense Dragon Variation: Yugoslav attack
I only play the Sicilan as white being content to defent the Ruy Lopez.
If white and Im given a chance I play the Kings Gambit.
But chess is like life we often have to compromise and be guided into lines by our opponent.
King's Gambit as white, Sicilian Dragon/Grundfeld as Black.
black: copying the opponent
white:kings gambit or indian defence
u noob raadee(tossue) and plus u dont know whats the kings gambit not to mention even what a gambit is
White(e4): Scotch Game Four Knights Variation
White(d4): Open Catalan
Black(e4): Traxler Countergambit
Black(d4): Transpose to Pirc
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