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[ECO code C46] Move Move Here
The Steinitz Variation

White developed his queen's knight to support his KP in a sound but dull opening where Black usually replies 3..Kt-KB3 for the Four Kts. Game.
Black posts his King's Knight's Pawn on KKt3(g6) planning to dominate the centre by a KB fianchetto - the most popular way to avoid symmetry. B-Alt.
	White	Black
 1.	P-K4	P-K4
 2.	Kt-KB3	Kt-QB3
 3.	Kt-B3	P-KKt3

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