chess opening


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Synonyms for chess opening

a recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess

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There is some uncertainty about when, precisely, he invented a new chess opening - the Evans' Gambit - but most writers agree that he was experimenting with the gambit in the mid-1820s.
By reinvigorating an old chess opening, Evans played a key role in helping the Royal Game reach greater levels of popularity than it had ever known.
Roger Covey, who graduated with his BA and MBA in 3 1/2 years, taught me weird chess openings and gambits, a love I share to this day.
Shadowpack translation: ``Miller compares Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning's aptitude for reading defenses with grandmaster Anatoly Karpov's ability to deal with common chess openings.
Part I Win Using the Rules of the Game: Chess openings and risk management
He has won so many games with it that Gary Lane in his Batsford book Ideas Behind Modern Chess Openings, which costs pounds 14.
World-renowned chess expert Yasser Seirawan shares his tips and philosophy on chess openings in the newest title in the best-selling Winning Chess series from Microsoft Press, "Winning Chess Openings," ISBN: 0-7356-0915-2, 272 pages, $19.
Shadowpack Translation: Miller compares Peyton Manning's aptitude for reading defenses with grandmaster Anatoly Karpov's ability to deal with common chess openings.
It is Ideas Behind the Chess Openings priced at pounds 14.
Winning Chess Openings, ISBN 0-7356-0514-9, 272 pages, ($14.
He augments his practice by reading books such as ``Ideas Behind Chess Openings.