English Opening

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Moves: 1.c4

Etymology[edit]

English + opening, from its use by English world champion Howard Staunton.

Noun[edit]

English Opening (uncountable)

  1. A chess opening in which white begins by playing 1.c4, moving his queen bishop's pawn to the fourth rank.

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