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This is good opening:http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=519447636
This line doesn't seem very serious... "control the central dark squares and slowly build up base on how black develops" sounds very well but it doesn't threat nothing or develope so black has too many options and most of them must equalize. "Experts on the antisicilian" recommends g6.
A small correction in my game in the comment:
When I am saying that white has a pawn up,it is obvious that white is a knight and a pawn up,too!!!I just did not write because I was saying it only for the pawns,;)
I like finding games that were started with openings that we see in the opening of the day.So I just share them with you in order to know what endgames or continuities you can have after this opening.I only lost the players names,sorry ;D
a very unquic opening blacks best responce should be Nc6. there are a good amount of options. it is a hypermordern opening.
This is great! ;) "lac" played it several times.
That looks like an "anti-dragon". I'd have a hard time against it.
Sicilians always take time when you play this sideline
This has to be an anti- sicilian line, I keep getting trashed by it. :(
eeeeeeeehhhhhhh not bad
A hypermodern approach to control the central dark squares and slowly build up base on how black develops.
This is my favorite opening for white.
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