1.d4 Opening Repertoire Mnemonic Memory System Challenge part 2: QGD and QGA

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Here are the second 10 variations (11-20) of my 1.d4 opening repertoire memory system...

They are in the Queen's Gambit Declined and the Queen's Gambit Accepted. They include these variations of the QGD:

The Hennig-Schara Gambit
The Austrian Defence
Ragozin/Nimzo Indian
Alapin Variation

This is really a test to see if I can recreate the moves of the 11th-20th variations of my system.

There are another 164 variations in the memory system, which I will go over in future videos.

For more info see this post on my chess blog:

https://easychesstips.com/1-d4-opening-repertoire-mnemonic-memory-system-challenge-part-2-qgd-and-qga

Cheers!

David Hurley

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Sorry, had no time to go through all, but what´s the point of remembering all those variations, if you are not considering the evaluations, the pros/cons or the reason of why preferring one over another variant. I often saw some of those in real games and was not aware that they have even names.
Or is it just a memory exercise?