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  1. 98_D04_Colle System
    compiled by Whiteshark, I believe
    70 games, 1893-2014

  2. 98_D05/A46_Colle Zukertort (the b3-Colle)
    The b3-Colle, a.k.a. <Rubinstein Attack>, a strategy you can use the rest of your life.

    The Colle-Zukertort, or more accurately the <"Zukertort variation of the Colle System,"> is a chess opening strategy where White locks up the center, causing transportation issues for Black, and can then attack the enemy King.

    http://zukertort.com/

    <One variation on the Colle is the Colle–Zukertort System (named for Johannes Zukertort), characterized by developing the dark-squared bishop on b2. The typical plan is: 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 e6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bd3 c5 5.b3 Nc6 6.0-0 Bd6 7.Bb2 0-0. In this variation White will eventually play for a kingside attack, despite his apparently innocuous development. This system has been frequently employed at grandmaster level by Artur Yusupov.> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colle_...

    Rudel, David (2009). Zuke 'Em: The Colle–Zukertort Revolutionized. Thinkers Press. ISBN 1-888710-39-X

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    85 games, 1881-2016

  3. A08 King's Indian Attack [Black]
    Cloned from collection by <chess.master>; tired of having problems as Black with this nonsense.
    46 games, 1969-2012

  4. Beating the Benoni
    (or not)
    24 games, 1912-2014

  5. Colle & related systems
    101g capa 1 rub 12 colle ed 23 kolty 20 nimz 4 yusepov 10 polgar 4 przep 3 euwe 3
    100 games, 1855-2005

  6. colle system
    20 games, 1950-1986

  7. E76 KID: Four Pawns Attack [White]
    Cloned from collection by chess.master
    49 games, 1956-2015

  8. English Defense
    First 12 games compiled by gmann
    12 games, 1975-2001

  9. Exploring the Schara Gambit
    Inspired by Ken Smith (even though he doesn't remind me all that much of Rubinstein)
    9 games, 1964-2014

  10. Fun with the Philidor, the Pirc (& the Lion)
    13 games, 1965-2014

  11. Gentlemen, shall we join the ladies?
    A politically correct appreciation
    6 games, 1984-2019

  12. Guess the Move
    40 games, 1857-2016

  13. Having fun with the Caro-Kann
    Disproving the idea that the Caro is drawish and boring
    29 games, 1910-2013

  14. Having fun with the English
    14 games, 1936-2017

  15. Having fun with the French
    This is the real chess!!!
    79 games, 1850-2016

  16. Having Fun With the London & Colle Systems
    11 games, 1914-2018

  17. Having Fun with the Old Indian (and The Rat)
    Or whatever it's called
    49 games, 1912-2015

  18. Having fun with the QP
    89 games, 1873-2018

  19. Having fun with the Sicilian
    31 games, 1946-2019

  20. Let's go Dutch!
    Someone said: The trouble with the Dutch Defense is that at some point Black's best move is f5 to f7!
    11 games, 1912-2012

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