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Mar 22, 2010
c3 Sicilian 101: 2...d5 (by transposition)
A classic game still worth knowing if you're going to play the c3 Sicilian. Note the 2...e6 transposition to the 2...d5 variation, and take a hard look at 9.Be3 rather than 9.Be2, the latter keeping the queens on the board.
Nick De Firmian
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