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yes cause i want some good discussion on this opening.
Do you have to see every comment ?
the comment was deleted i didn't see it :/
Wilburhuang that is very interesting lol .
The beginning few moves are part of the English, however this game does not represent how it should really be. Just the first few moves are. Not even sure if i or someone else played this.
I might though so just tell me.
rowendke thats not a very good option. I'm just too lazy to show how you really are supposed to play. From what I can tell many of the people who post here know very little about the english.
I'm relatively new at chess so I don't understand why did he went e4 after e3?
is this decent?
You're welcome :) well you can look up chess databases on google. there are a lot of good ones that show you the opening moves up until a certain point. but they work well
Ok thank you for replying
There are no best moves, Matt. It all depends on what your opponent does. I'm probably wrong somewhere. But play the english for yourself and find out.
can someone explain to me what are the best moves after c4 in english opening ?
Jovin that's a bad way to play that opening
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I just finished reading all 133 comments. Looks like some people really know what they're talking about and others... well, they really don't know what they're talking about.
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