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Worst opening ever in my opinion for black. Here's why.
Fun for White obviously after 4. Nc4. If 4...Qxe4+ 5. Ne3 followed by 6. Nc3, if 4...d5 5. Qh5+ followed by 6. Qxd5, and if 4...f5 5. Nc3 and then if 5...fxe4? 6. Nd5.
Actually I suppose in that second line Black gets some counterplay as follows - is this what you are hoping for?
Yeah I don't really think it's worth lossing two center pawns but i enjoy it nonetheless. Oh btw how do you end quotes?
nope not worst look at the opening of the day the mosquitto gambit which is the worst in my oppinion
Never ever have seen mosquito gambit in my games.
Explains why it's called the mosquito gambit.
"Reykjavik Open, Round 7 | Commentary by FM Ingvar Johannesson & Fiona Steil-Antoni"
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Do you aggree that this is a win ?
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Anyone going to give up !
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