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The Steinitz Counter-Gambit
White developed his queen's bishop early to KB4(f4) to increase his control of Black's K4(e5).
Black advances an unsupported Queen's Bishop's Pawn to QB4(c5) - a "reversed Queen's Gambit" seeking to draw White off-centre for equality by 3.PxP..Q-R4+ch, and else planning 4..P-K3 for his KB to defend the BP. Mason-Steinitz, London 1883. B-Alt.
	White	Black
 1.	P-Q4	P-Q4
 2.	B-B4	P-QB4

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