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The opening's defining move is the White bishop move to c4 (the so-called "[[Chess terminology#Italian bishop|Italian bishop]]") in preparation for an early attack on Black's vulnerable f7-square. As such the game is typified by aggressive play, where Black's best chances are often vigorous counterattacks. Most grandmasters have largely abandoned the Italian Game in favour of the [[Ruy Lopez]] (3.Bb5) and [[Scotch Game|Scotch]] (3.d4), considering those two openings better tries for a long-term advantage, but the Italian is still popular in [[correspondence chess]], where players are allowed access to published theory, and in games between amateurs.