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List of chess openings named after people

The Oxford Companion to Chess lists 1,327 named openings and variants.[1] Chess players' names are the most common sources of opening names. The name given to an opening is not always that of the first player to adopt it; often an opening is named for the player who was one of the first to popularize it or to publish analysis of it.

List of chess openings named after people

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External links

  • Bill Wall's list of chess openings
  • ECO Information and Index
  • Chess Archaeology
  • by Eric Schiller
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