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[ECO code C23] Move Move Move Here Move Here
The Philidor Counter-Attack

White's KB controlled Q5(d4) and attacked KB7(f7).
Black pushes his Queen's Bishop's Pawn out to QB3(c6) to support a planned 3..P-Q4(d5) fork. This rare line, though given by Lucena (c.1500) is named after Philidor (1726-95) as he promoted its use. B-Alt.
	White	Black
 1.	P-K4	P-K4
 2.	B-B4	P-QB3	

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