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I'm a fan of the reversed Nimzo Indian, which is called the Nimzo-Larsen.
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I don't know if you are counting inversions, but I play the inverted Hanham for white, which is a reverse of the Philidor Hanham variation. I also play the move order sort of "backwards" which allows me to avoid the Scandinavian. Play usually looks like this (as I play it):
The reversed Elephant-Gambit with the useful move a3 to prevent the annoying Bb4+
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