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I do not like seeing Caro-Kann and French because i suck at closed positions. For d4 i always go King's Indian to throw off the Queen's Gambit players.
ROFLMAO! I'm a Queen's Gambit player, and the King's Indian I find easier to beat than the Queen's Gambit Declined!
My best results come against the King's Indian, Benko Gambit, and Nimzo-Indian.
My own opening! 1.c4 Lol
Is almost all I ever play as white. You think I would be an expert with the black pieces, wouldn't you?
c4 is called the english
as black four knights and scotch, as white sicilian
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