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The hippopotamus, as each sizeable video game hunter understands, is a deceptively harmful beast. And so, within the chess international, is the Hippopotamus safety. To competitors strange with it, it appears awkward and unaggressive—until it crushes the existence out in their favourite openings. Andrew Martin analyzes the elemental strikes and key diversifications of the Hippopotamus, displaying with illustrative video games the way it confuses the typical participant but is inherently sound adequate for Grandmaster festival. at present of massive databases and lengthy forcing strains, the Hippopotamus stands proud, providing each person the opportunity to play chess in an unique and engaging way.

 

 

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