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.According to John L Watson (1) 160 pages (1) 2000 (1) According to http://www.chessbase.com/support/support.asp?pid=94 (1) Alapin Gambit (1) Alexander Alekhine introduced 1... Nf6 in the 1921 Budapest tournament in his games against Endre Steiner and Sämisch (1) Algebraic notation (3) an example with 2.d4? Nxe4 (1) and "Sawyer (a USCF coorespondence Master and OTB Expert) spends a lot of time playing on ICC and examining their game archives for interesting ideas (1) and almost a full column on 2.f3. Sawyer says that 'many players' have played 1.e4 Nf6 2.d3 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.dxe4 Qxd1 5.Nxd1? Nxe4 (1) and the book contains some analysis for more advanced players" (1) Black invites White to move 2. e5 and White center forward where it might become weak (1) Blackmar-Diemer Gambit (2) by Pickard and Son (1) chess (10) e.g. (1) ECO C01 (1) ECO D00 (2) First published (1) French Defence (1) Gambits (3) games collections (3) he takes seriously the main lines like the Four Pawns and the Exchange Variation (1) http://www.chess.co.uk/twic/jwatson25.html (1) in Book Reviews by IM John L Watson (1) January 30 (1) many of which have found their way into the pages of this book." (1) non-fiction (2) Openings (3) paperback (1) Sawyer "provides a repertoire specifically designed 'to help a player more easily prepare for his weekly battle at the chess club or for a weekend chess tournament.' The main appeal of the book is to amateur or even beginning players (1) Sponsored by the London Chess Center (1) Texas (1) The Alekhine Defense is a chess opening beginning: 1.e4 Nf6 (1) The Week in Chess Magazine (1) there is a whole page of analysis on 1.e4 Nf6 2.Nf3? Nxe4 (1) under the title: "The Alekhine Defense Playbook" (1) US (1) which is an indication of both the strength of Internet opposition and of the target audience. Nevertheless (1) Wylie (1)
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