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Unorthodox Chess Openings Newsgroups on Yahoo

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Old July 9th 03, 09:48 PM
Clyde Nakamura
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Default Unorthodox Chess Openings Newsgroups on Yahoo

For those of you who are interested in playing unknown openings and gambits,
I do recommend that you join the Unorthodox Chess Openings
Newsgroups. There are articles posted and game files that you can download.
Group members include myself, Eric Schiller, Kari Heinola, Rick Kennedy, Lev
Zilbermints, and others. Current topics include "An Unusual King Pawn Line
1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Qe7, also known as the Brazilian Defense", "Galizisches
Gambit 1.f4 f5 2.e4 fxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.g4", Keoni-Hiva Gambit analysis and "A
New Gambit in the Leningrad Dutch". You will probably not find some of these
lines in any books or at any other web site. I have posted other unknown
gambits and openings such as the Hekili-Loa Gambit, the Fugu-Leong Gambit,
the Regina-Nu Gambit, Franco-Hiva Gambit and etc in previous messages. To
join the Unorthodox Chess Openings Newsgroups you would have to go the the
site listed below:


Another way of entering this newsgroups is by going to www.gambitchess.com
and go to UCO and enter the newsgroups. You would still have to register
before you can access this newsgroups.

Best Regards
Clyde Nakamura


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