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The West Indian Defence

White was likely to use the Colle System (3.P-K3).
Black pushes his Q-Bishop's Pawn out one square, planning a Q-side fianchetto. The Queen's Indian has four main approach lines (this "west-wing" defence being one), and is usually reached by 2..P-K3, 3.Kt-KB3..P-QKt3 to limit White's early options for response. B-Alt.
     White   Black
 1.  P-Q4    Kt-KB3   Transp.from Reti
 2.  Kt-KB3  P-QKt3  Transp.from Q-Fia

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