Sicilian (B46, B43, B82, B32, B40) Ruy Lopez (C92, C95, C93, C96, C84) Caro-Kann (B14, B17, B18, B12, B10) French Defense (C07, C18, C09, C05, C16) English (A15, A14, A13, A17, A16)
Sicilian (B43, B40, B46, B22, B52 ) King's Indian (E94, E92, E98, E69, E62) Queen's Pawn Game (E10, A46, E00, A40, A41) English (A15, A14, A13, A10, A17) Nimzo Indian (E48, E52, E53, E46, E56) Modern Benoni (A56, A64, A61, A62, A65)
Mikhail Tal is regarded as the best attacking chess player of all time, but are the openings above indicative of his style? Are they openings that are indicative of an agressive, attacking player?
I know there is more to learning that openings, but basically my main question is if a certain player had a style, does playing their openings help you play with their style?