We all know that the line 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f6 is positionally horrid for black's game. however, for many of you it does not suffice to say that black is lost, and you would like to see a concrete refutation to the line. I was curious as to this myself and so therefore analyzed it with my favorite chess engine (Vitruvius 0.82) which is known for its strong play against top engines, with positional sacrifices. After a short time, it found the line I am about to show you.
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