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To classify pawn formations, a good source is chess master books that explore that topic. The book by Boris Persits comes to mind, for example. I add that it seems impractical as you have been told, to make an exhaustive index of all the combinations that pawn chains can take. However, it is useful to connect families of openings (classified by ECO, or by ...


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