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Game : Name ten openings with exchange variations.
Rules : No looking it up, only one correct guess per person (they must stop once they get one right), one guess per post.
Ruy Lopez (omnipaul)
Queen's Qambit Declined (ajedrecito)
Queens Gambit Accepted
Nope, keep trying! =)
Be more specific...
Ivanenko_Tony and omnipaul are both correct.
Nope...now you're guessing.
QGD Slav Defense Exchange Var
King's Indian...QPxKP line
KID exchange variation (people who play this as white should be shot)
NimzoRoy,malibumike, and ajedrecito are CORRECT!
Sorry, No_Class, but malibumike beat you to it, so you can still give another answer.
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