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chess opening that won't require hours of memorization. You'll actually
understand the positions you get!
It's an opening you can learn in a week and play the rest of your life!
Okay, although I never play this unknown Opening, I am interested to learn more about it, as I doubt strongly the remark " play it the rest of your life " !
Tell us what the moves are : for white anyhow d4, Nf3, e3, followed by Bd3, and Nbd2.
And for black anyhow d5 and Nf6, often b6 and Bb7, but also with e6 and c5, seldom Nbd7.
Which Opening do you mean ? The addition Zukertort is unknown to me, so please explain ! Regards, RomyGer, Holland
1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 d5 3.e3 e6 4.Bd3 c5 5.b3 Nc6 6.O-O Bd6 7.Bb2 O-O
After 1.d4, e4 can ALWAYS be played.
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