If I were to learn 3 chess openings and 3 defenses. What would they be?

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    Possible duplicate: chess.stackexchange.com/questions/4539/… – Phonon Feb 7 at 10:34
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    Makes no sense. You can't "learn" an opening, the learning is never finished. And arbitrarily limiting yourself to 3 makes no sense, then it's only useful in a small part of your games. Better to have broad but shallow knowledge. – RemcoGerlich Feb 7 at 10:40
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    The answer depends on you (stylistic preferences; amount of work you are willing to commit). More general advice can be found in the Q&A Phonon posted. Hence the close votes. – Annatar Feb 7 at 10:43

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