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1. d4 d6

This variation on the Queen's Pawn Game is the second most common opening move for white. It is characterised by the moves:

  1. d4 d6

It is a fairly uncommon continuation of the Queen's Pawn Game, ranking fifth in popularity among master games. It comprises A41-A42.


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The Averbakh System is listed as A42; the Wade Defense and all others are listed under A41.

Note the Averbakh System specifically is A42; if the first moves are played as listed here (1. d4 d6 2. c4 g6) but the system not reached, it is still A41.

For a list of all other ECO Codes, see List of chess openings.


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