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Email this to Carlsen before its too late.
all ready did.
email my opening and its variations to Magnus Carlsen...
I think this is the "Dzinzi Indian defence.
So it would seem:
The original Dzhindzhi Indian was
1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 a6 4 Nc3 c5 5 d5 b5
there are whole books written about 1.d4 c5. this alone puts the rigorous claim that 1....c5 would be a 'mistake', in doubt.
Hardly. I take no position on 1.d4 c5, whether it's good, bad, ugly, refuted, or sound. But whole books being written about something in chess reflects absolutely nothing about the topic. It just means someone needed a payday.
Yep. I didn't need to search a source very far : http://www.amazon.com/Challenging-Sicilian-With-Repertoire-Books/dp/9548782375
Only costs $117 per copy. USED!
Why do you keep bumping this dumbass topic?
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