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The rozzolimo is so irritating.....
The Sicilian Rossolimo is an Anti-Sicilian, so it's supposed to take the Sicilian type player to different pawn structure as well as different positions. I always avoid it.
I know but I only play the sveshnikov so i have to deal with it.normally i play d4 so i'm used to bishop-pair vs space adv or bishop pair vs doubled pawn type of positions
Sorry NM Reb said here is the champion of a4
Here is the champion of 1 a4
You are so gross. (I gotta vomit.)
Indeed. The only viable anti-sicilian to me is the c3 variation. All others tend to be drawish. I used to like the Grand Prix, but stopped playing it years ago. Guess I'm saving some of my best stuff for an important game or opponent! Heh.
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