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The Kingston (aka. Frutch) Defence

White's QP occupied the centre left vacant by Black (White's KP+QP forming a weak classical centre).
Black's K-Bishop's Pawn to KB4(f5) attacks the White KP for later QB freedom. This irregular (ie. rare) defence, called the Frutch at times as also reached via the Dutch (Staunton G.), attracted new interest in the 1990s for its surprise value. B-Alt.
     White  Black
 1.  P-K4   P-K3
 2.  P-Q4   P-KB4  Alt. Dutch route

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WHITE moves King's Pawn:

P-K5 (e5) or PxP (exf6) ?

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