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By John Donaldson, Philip Peterson

This re-creation of A Strategic establishing Repertoire is either revised and elevated. The strains provided right here – in accordance with 1. Nf3, 2.c4 and 3.g3 – will serve a participant good all through his profession as they're in keeping with sturdy positional rules with an emphasis on realizing instead of memorizing.

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