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Hello and welcome to! This chess opening website (and chess opening blog) is designed for chess beginners to learn chess openings by text, video, images, PDF ebooks and PGN files. You can use 46 chess opening lessons of this chess opening website (blog on Blogger) to study the following chess opening topics:

Lessons 01-21. Chess Opening Information (Chess Opening Theory).
Lessons 22-38. Learn 17 Open Game Chess Openings (1.e4 e5).
Lessons 39-45. Learn 6 Semi-Open Game Openings (1.e4 not e5).
Lessons 46 (just started). Learn Closed Game Openings (1.not e4 not e5).

To find the links to all chess opening lessons on this chess opening website and the link to the latest chess opening information, as well as an important link which will explain you how to start to learn chess openings effectively and fast on this website, use the following 3 links (link 4 is an advertisement designed to improve your chess endgame and get free chess professional software):

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Notes: By clicking the main textual navigation link "Chess Openings - See All Lessons" or the red navigation icon "LINKS TO ALL CHESS OPENING LESSONS", you will get the links to all chess opening lessons for beginners on this website. For navigation you can use also other links throughout the text...

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III. Content of This Chess Opening Website will provide you with much information that helps you learn to play chess openings correctly. On this website, you can learn chess openings using the provided text, pictures, videos, PDF files and PGN files. Please be informed that using PGN files is very and very effective way to learn chess openings by yourself.

PGN files are special files created for chess players. The files contain recorded chess games with included ECO codes by which you can easily recognize a specific chess opening. The PGN file can be opened with a special PGN viewer program in order to replay and visually see the recorded chess games in the file.

The new PGN file can be easily created by the Windows Notepad. The existing PGN file can be easily edited by the same Windows Notepad... This site will provide you with many PGN files on specific chess openings and their variations. This site will provide you with valuable information where to download on

a weekly basis the latest PGN files with the games of chess masters (see Lesson 19). This site will provide you with valuable information where to download a decent PGN viewer program for Windows to open and read PGN files (see Lesson 16). This site will provide you with PDF ebooks to learn chess openings

(For example, see Lesson 8)... This website will help you learn the following chess openings: the Sicilian Defense (Lesson 42), the French Defense (Lesson 41), the Caro-Kann Defense (Lesson 40), the Ruy Lopez (Lesson 38), the Four Knights Game (Lesson 37), the Two Knights Defense (Lesson 36),

The Hungarian Defense (Lesson 35), the Evans Gambit (Lesson 34), the Italian Game (Lesson 33), the Scotch Gambit (Lesson 32), the Scotch Game (Lesson 31), the Ponziani Opening (Lesson 30), the Petroff Defense (Lesson 29), the Philidor Defense (Lesson 28), the Vienna Game (Lesson 27),

The Danish Gambit (Lesson 26), the Center Game (Lesson 25), the Latvian Gambit (Lesson 24), the King's Gambit (Lesson 23), the Bishop's Opening (Lesson 22)... This website will provide you with the list of chess openings ECO codes, with tips and rules how to correctly play and learn chess openings.

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You will also see some chess opening traps, chess opening strategies, opening classification, useful advices how to play chess openings, rules and tips, and more... This website is designed for chess beginners, and it will provide you with initial but essential knowledge on chess openings to learn and know...

Chess Openings - See All Lessons

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