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If 5...Nb4 is chosen, white must not be tempted by 6. d6 as black is close to equal after 6...Nbd5. Best is probably 6. d4 or 6. d3
Fried liver attack after having read a few posts and viewed the opening not a huge fan of it to be honest. I am quite happy to play the scotch attack or the London system.
Is this a list of all the continuations you could imagine?
I agree. After 6.d3, black can try 6...Bc5, with some interesting possibilities. The more daring 6.d4 leads to some wild variations, most of them probably favoring white. Here's a funny blitz game I played against 6.d4:
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