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I have heard about the London System and some people say it's a great opening. If somone would post a diagram that would be awesome.
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There are lots of threads on the London in the Chess Openings forum - just search in there, you'll find more than you ever wanted to know about it!
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1.d4 2.bf4 3.e3 4.nf3
Doesn't White also play c3 in this opening? A friend of mine teaches his students this system but i have neither played with it or against it to know too many of the moves in the opening.
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