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Don’t try this at home! Giuoco Piano: 3…Bc5 4.c3 Nf6 5.d4 - Don’t be greedy!

Don’t try this at home! Giuoco Piano: 3…Bc5 4.c3 Nf6 5.d4 - Don’t be greedy!
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Giuoco Piano: 3…Bc5 4.c3 Nf6 5.d4 - Don’t be greedy!

Opening: C50: Giuoco Piano
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Giuoco Piano: 3…Bc5 4.c3 Nf6 5.d4 - Don’t be greedy! Opening: C50: Giuoco Piano Ronen "Indiana-Jones" Har-Zvi this week continues illustrating the tricks and the don't do's in the Italian Opening often called "Giuoco Piano". This is a very common opening, especially for club players, but also for the top guns, who use this weapon full of amazing tactics. How many times grabbing a piece seems to be the only - and the best - way to win a game directly in the opening? Let's follow Ronen, and understand why this is not always true!
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Excellent. Good value. Review by Chaplain302
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I never played the Italian opening, I always opted for Ruy Lopez or KIA. But Ronen did it again, I m now aarmed with more knowledge about the Italian game which makes me want to add it to my repertoire. And that's what lessons are about learning something you didn't know so that you can do something you never did, and thus get better at chess. Thanks Ronen (Posted on June 24, 2017)
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