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Could someone tell me if there are any videos, articles, or chess mentor lessons with the theme of the "Bishop's Opening"?
I've been searching for "bishop" or "bishop's" but haven't had any luck finding anything. I've been using the opening and have had quite a bit of fun with it.
Anyone know of any resources discussing it?
A book called "attacking with e4" proposes a repertoire based on 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4 handled in the usual way (2...Nf6 3.d3). If you're interested in the usurov gambit 3.d4!? you can find extensive coverage for free online by just typing "urusov gambit goeller" plus some articles on the kenilworth chess club website.
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