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 A classical tip on the opening

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PostSubject: A classical tip on the opening   Wed Jul 29, 2009 2:24 pm

From where I came from and having scant understanding of the dynamics of chess openings, I invariably understood Paul Morphy's gradual development of pieces bearing on the center. Move either the king's pawn or queen's pawn, followed by mobilization of the knights and later by the bishops - all bearing the presence on the center.
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