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Chess Explained-The c3 Sicilian - Collins

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Chess Explained-The c3 Sicilian - Collins

Post by AmoS 4EvEr on Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:07 pm

Chess Explained-The c3 Sicilian - Collins

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The c3 Sicilian is one of White's most popular and poisonous ways to avoid the main lines of the Sicilian. With the forcing line 1 e4 c5 2 c3, White denies his opponent the chance to demonstrate his preparation in some chaotic system; instead Black will have to fight carefully for equality in a more rational position of White's choosing. There are plenty of tricks and traps in the c3 Sicilian, and the open piece-play that often results can lead to quick attacks and means that careless play will rarely go unpunished.



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