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Currently, I'm a 1250 USCF. As black, I play the Najdorf and Mexican (also known as the Two Knights Tango). I enjoy both of these openings becuase of their counterattacking nature. For most of the time I've been playing serioiusly (about a year), I've used the queen's gambit. While I'm aware it's a perfectly fine opening, it's just not my style. Are there any counterattacking white openings (that let black attack, white defends, then white goes on the offensive) you think would work for me?
As white, you wouldn't need to counterattack, you could just attack!
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