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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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For other ideas, type in the London System in Google.
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.
What do you think of players who attack before developing their pieces?
by Alessandro170 a few minutes ago
two great miniatures
by dashkee94 2 minutes ago
Sicilian Rossolimo clearly explained for intermediate players?
by The_Vision 3 minutes ago
Do we get this Chess Set in the US?
by crazyim5 5 minutes ago
Forcing a win, 2 Rooks -vs- Rook+Bishop
by caveatcanis 7 minutes ago
Why this game didn't end in a draw??
by Lagomorph 7 minutes ago
Podium Prediction Plus (PPP) - "4th FIDE Grand Prix 2014/15"
by Robert0905 7 minutes ago
by janniktr 8 minutes ago
Deep blue vs kasparov
by Dirty_Sandbagger 12 minutes ago
Man against machine: white wins ... how?
by notmtwain 14 minutes ago
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