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Modern Defense seeks to fight on its terms because it unbalances the battlefield. The pieces march on to their locations before launching an offensive in the center. This can lead to complex and sharp positions where both sides can attack.
Modern Defense, starting with 1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7, follows any other hypermodern openings and is highly provocative and dynamic—as much as an opening can get. Black fianchetto a bishop early on the g7-square eyeing on the long dark-squared diagonal running from h8 to a1.
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