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 Post subject: An Interesting Hedgehog Defence game?
PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 5:17 pm 
I've just uploaded the Game of the Week for the Andrew Martin Chess Academy web site which you might find of interest as its a Hedgehog Defence between two very strong players:

Goto http://www.andrewmartinchessacademy.com/ and click on "Game of the Week"

Enjoy!

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 Post subject: Re: An Interesting Hedgehog Defence game?
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What is a good process for studying and learning chess openings? I'm an intermediate club level player, but I've never taken much time to learn a lot of chess openings. I know general opening principles (develop quickly, control the center, etc.), and recognize a decent number of openings during play. But I think it's time to buckle down and start studying specific openings and their variations. I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions for a good *process* to use for this study. Suggestions on particularly good books to work with would be welcome too, but more than that, I am trying to set up a solid program. Should I just start with one opening and memorize it? Work through variations one by one? Start with only king openings, or only queen, or...? Is it better to study on my own, or with others at the club? How much time should I spend?
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