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==Richard Sharp's Categories==
The French openings are categorized by the order given to the Fleet in Brest, as follows:
The French openings are categorized by the order given to the Fleet in Brest, as follows:
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Many of the variants of each of these openings are recognized by unique names.
Many of the variants of each of these openings are recognized by unique names.
A big French problem is that she has almost too many possible openings. The price of guessing wrong is often grim. In general, a valid French strategy is to get Spain and Portugal in the opening, even at the price of losing a home center. For France, such a loss is frequently only temporary if her diplomacy is sharp.
A big French problem is that she has almost too many possible openings. The price of guessing wrong is often grim. In general, a valid French strategy is to get Spain and Portugal in the opening, even at the price of losing a home center. For France, such a loss is frequently only temporary if her diplomacy is sharp.
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==Other French Openings==
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*[[Sealion]]

Revision as of 18:43, 31 March 2008

Richard Sharp's Categories

The French openings are categorized by the order given to the Fleet in Brest, as follows:

Many of the variants of each of these openings are recognized by unique names. A big French problem is that she has almost too many possible openings. The price of guessing wrong is often grim. In general, a valid French strategy is to get Spain and Portugal in the opening, even at the price of losing a home center. For France, such a loss is frequently only temporary if her diplomacy is sharp.

Other French Openings