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Hosted by: International Master Andrew MartinRunning Time: Over 89 MinutesIn the mid-1960s, Bobby Fischer unveiled a new wrinkle in his beloved Ruy: The Exchange Variation. He showed it was not the simple drawing line it had once been thought to be. IM Andrew Martin takes a look at this line arising after 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Bxc6.
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The following Video is a excerpt that was taken from one of the DVDs from the Video Series Foxy Openings but may not necessarily reflect the actual DVD that you are browsing.
Spanish Exchange Variation
Understanding the Spanish
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