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Re: Romanishin english?
Reply #1 - 11/06/18 at 08:12:19
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I believe you mean 4...Bb4 (4...Bc5 would be an odd move).

Is it called the Romanishin English?  No, I don't believe so.

It has figured in Opening Repertoire: The English by David Cummings (who has also addressed it a number of times in his Flank Openings updates for Chess Publishing) and in The Modern English Volume 1: 1.c4 e5 by Kiril Georgiev and Semko Semkov.

Previously it became very popular in the 1970s.
  
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Romanishin english?
11/06/18 at 06:40:54
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I have seen this line becoming popular, and I think I've heard it being called the Romanishin english but I am not sure. Is this what it is called and is there any good material on it?

  
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