[ECO code A40]
THE FRANCO-INDIAN DEFENCE
Black pushes his King's Pawn one square, frees his KB+Q and supports a potential P-Q4, in a lesser (and usually intermediate) defence so called because it may lead to the French, to the Dutch (avoiding the Staunton G.), to one of the Indian Defences (- see example -), or to an independent position. B-Alt.
White Black 1. P-Q4 P-K3
WHITE to or Undo or Jump or Clear
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