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Rodolfo Argentino Redolfi vs Jiri Pelikan
ARG-ch (1955), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 17, Dec-12
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  0-1

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Apr-16-16  fieldsofforce: 1.e4 (1.Nf3 is a more flexible move without providing Black a target at e4) 1...c5 (generic comments regarding Sicilian strategy--with special mention of gaining 2 vs 1 pawn advantage in center for Black--and combination of hypermodern and classical chess play contained in my private analysis)

2.c3 (advantages and disadvantages leads to many transpositions, details in my private analysis notes)

2...d6 (many possibilities for transposition in and out of Sicilian proper and several other openings) More important is overprotection of central squares via hypermodern method.

This kibitz is for public records purposes. An annotation of this kibitz is noted in my private records.

Apr-16-16  fieldsofforce: A general comment about transpositions. This collection of games does not include games in the same Sicilian Alapin by transposition. They are covered under other openings

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