Stop those Wild Horses

Liam46
Liam46
Apr 7, 2009, 12:00 AM |
1 | Opening Theory

Try moving your pawns to squares that anticipate the opposing Knights second moves in opening play.  For example:  If playing Black, move c6 to counter N-f3 on the King side or f6 to counter N-b3 on the Queen side.  This is an extension of the Caro-Kann Defense.   It facilitates development and will bring perplexed "looks" to your opponent's face.  Remember, you are denying space to the normal second moves of opposing Knights.   

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