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Kings & Pawns: Board Games from India to Spain by William Greenwood
Playing Black against King's-Pawn Openings (1.e4)
King's Pawn Games are further classified by whether Black responds with Openings beginning with 1. Openings where Black responds to 1.
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The rare instances where the opening does not fall into a more specific category than "King's Pawn Game" are included in codes B00 includes the Nimzowitsch Defence and unusual moves after 1. Nf3 Nc6 3.
The Black responses which are given one or more chapters in the Encyclopedia of Chess Openings ECO are given below, ranked in order of popularity according to ChessBase. A few of these are not entirely obscure, and have received extensive analysis.
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The remaining replies to 1. MCO does not cover them, considering them so bad as not to merit discussion. Some have exotic names, they are listed below along with instances where they have been used by strong players.
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