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what is best move order by black against alapin by white....?
Every expert I've played this against seems to swear by the g6-fianchetto type of system as it offers black a very comfortable game.
u mean 2...d5 3.exd5 Qxd5 4.d4 g6 ?
question mark is to the sentence, not to the move eh eh.
It's supposed to be one of the most aggressive ways for black.
For now I play the line with 2.d6 and I really like it.
Actually more so the early 2...g6. Though your move-order is definitely another way to go about it.
d5 combined with e6 is what i play
Very valuable bit of advice, Conzipe! :)
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