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- White will attempt to create a pawn centre and develop his pieces to prepare for an assault on the Black position.
- The traditional move for White here is 3 . Nc3, threatening to set up a big pawn centre with 4 . e4.
- Another possibility for White is "'3 . c3 "', intending to establish a pawn centre with d4 next move.
- The main reply against the Central Variation is to oppose the pawn centre with 3 . . . e5, which is a highly theoretical system.
- Hence in this variation Black lets White build his pawn centre only to undermine it later, a playing philosophy espoused in the teachings of the Alekhine Defence or the Gr黱feld Defence.