English Opening is a very popular opening choice that starts off with 1.c4. It is considered to be a hypermodern opening where white initiates a fight for the center immediately taking control of d5 square. In today’s article, we will explore how great players of the past and present have treated This Opening and learn the new ideas that can be used in our own games, even if we don’t start with 1.c4.
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