Mastering the Italian Game: A Journey Through Centuries of Strategy

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The Italian Game stands as one of the oldest recorded chess openings. Its roots trace back to historical manuscripts like the Göttingen manuscript. Chess luminaries of the 16th century, including players like Damiano and Polerio, as well as Greco in 1620, shaped its evolution. Greco is credited with solidifying its central line. This timeless openi...

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