A Secure Opening for White
by Bo Bredenhof
Last month I recommended the Leningrad Dutch as a secure choice against the queen pawn openings. This time I will have a look at the white side.
Most players select 1.e4 or 1.d4. It is understandable but probably not optimal if one wants an opening in CC primarily to avoid losses. Both lead to very large opening complexes depending on black's answer. It is then impossible to avoid entering an opening or variation where your opponent is much more ...
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