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Moves :   Bg4   dxe4       (back)

Position after : Nc3 ,   last edited by   Gregory Kohut   (1592)
[2011 April 5]

Caro-Kann: Two knights variation

A move which may look weak, but one which has stood the test of time and has no hard refutation. Similar to the Mexican defense for black, this c3 knight will often be active, travelling to g3 and then attacking g7 later in many games. Black should resist the urge to force this manoeuvre and instead try to bolster the centre with a quick e6 and kingside development.


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[ECO "A04"] [Opening "Reti Opening"]

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