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Its a solid opening. i used to rreally like it
Seen it alot and it the bishop eventually attacks the center.
He jugado una partida con negras con esta apertura, y creo que aparte de alguna jugada floja, mi error sólo fue en el movimiento 17.
I use this opening a lot. Very quick way to castle and develop pieces at the same time. It's like Kings Indian attack, fianchetto the bishop. I try to keep the pawns on g3 and h2 stagnant though early on. I'm a newb, so I'd like to hear more comments about it from high ranked players!
I am not sure what to think. I think a better center controlling move is necassary
does not understand ;(
@Pikongthegreat - 1.g3 is played by the likes of Nakamura, Ivanchuk, Morozevich, Kamsky, Grischuk, Svidler. Those guys are all 2700+
g3 is a hyermodern opening, so a decent amount play it. It is sort of like the King's Indian Defence for white and because the King's Indian defence is good for black, why not play it with white?
this opening is not applicable in major tournament for black could really penetrate the center squares
Thank you rukja.
I'm learning so any tip is welcame... : )
Hungarian opening is awesome. b3 or g3 are good moves, but you have to castle IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!!
get a diamond to get better AJAYDEWANGAN
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