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The Italian Game, one of the oldest openings in chess, can be both aggressive and extremely passive. We look at all the variations you need to know to play the Italian game to fit your style of play. For information on more openings check out http://www.thechesswebsite.com/chess-openings/
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Mike Kummer teaches "his way" of playing the common novice opening, the Italian Game (specifically the C50 Giuoco Piano). Games by a young Club player are reviewed that illustrate helpful Italian concepts. Agastya Diwan vs. Keller Sterling Yan: C50 Giuoco Piano, four knights variation Diwan vs. Bayaan B Hollis: C41 Philidor's defence Diwan vs. Dylan Mize: C50 Giuoco Piano
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I return to the openings in this chess basics video and begin looking at the Italian game, also called the Giuoco Piano. I start out with the main line after 3... Bc5 (the two knights defense will be covered separately), and the dynamic Moeller attack.
It was the fourth Italian Open tennis championship for Sabatini, 21, and the second time in as many years that she beat Seles in the title match. Sabatini, who also won this tournament in 1988, 1989 and 1991, trails Seles 5-3 over their careers. Seles, the top seed, won this tournament in 1990. 'It was a very close match, decided on just a few points,' Seles said. 'She was helped by luck and also played the tough points better than I did.' "I always play well here in Rome; the crowd always helps," Sabatini said after the 1-hour, 50-minute match. "I'm feeling stronger than I ever felt." The victory, worth $110,000, was Sabatini's fifth in nine tournaments this year. But she had to make an adjustment in her game to secure it. Early in the match, the Argentine made the mistake of allowing...