The Caro-Kann defense is black’s asymmetrical response to 1.e4. It is a very solid opening and it tends to yield quite and positional type of games. Straight from the opening black gets a superior pawn structure which may lead to a more favorable endgame. It is popular on both club and professional levels. Today we will review some of the greatest games played with Caro-Kann.
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