Guy used same stupid opening 3 times, and got me every time.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #61


    ^^ I am still new here, and came here thinking that you were OP,, and really wanted to make a pun about your handle, and the memory-loss that is induced by said name..but alas, it did not work out.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #62


  • 12 months ago · Quote · #64


    pfren is kind to drop notes down to us from his high perch:

    Gentlemen, if you do insist feeding the troll, please don't feed it with the shovel.


  • 12 months ago · Quote · #65


    The OP has started 10 threads in 10 days.

    This thread is 6 months old, and keeps digging the same row, over and over again.

    Any reasonable opening book on double e-pawn openings should give the OP the answers he seeks.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #66


    This has not happened in several months, which is why I forgot.

    I also suffered a severe head wound 3 years ago, and my memory is blank.

    I had no idea I explored this opening prior.

    That is why I append to this thread, so I can review.

    This time, I think I will remember how to counter.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #68


    OK, @Jack-OH.  I corrected the post above.

    Any decent repetorie book covering double e-pawn openings should solve all your problems.

    If memory is an issue for you, try playing a "fixed formation" from the white side.  For example, pawns on d4 and c3, with a king-side fianchetto.  That will keep your openings simple, and not so tactical.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #70


    BOOOOOYA !!!    Look who learned a thing from this thread.   

    This time, I am WHITE.   LOL!!  

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #71


    Kick ass.  Then take names.  Laughing

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #72


    Try a different opening?  Look up queen's pawn game for white, and the french defense for black perhaps?  If a guy is beating you with one trick, then remove the trick from his arsenal!

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #74


    I recommend the Traxler counter attack for you whenever you see 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. Ng5 since considering your rating people would oftentimes not go for Fried Liver Attack but instead do 4. ...Bc5 5. Nxf7 forking the Queen and Rook but you don't have to worry about that with Traxler counter attack. 

    Try watching this video:

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #75


    Optimissed wrote:

    For me, you learn about tactics by learning openings.

    Only if you learn the "whys" of openings, though, not just the memorized lines.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #76


    JackOfAllHobbies went from 1359 to 706 in one day???

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #77


    Jion_Wansu wrote:

    JackOfAllHobbies went from 1359 to 706 in one day???

    That would be surprising but it appears that the ratings are for two different formats to play chess here.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #78


    Jion_Wansu wrote:

    JackOfAllHobbies went from 1359 to 706 in one day???

    Standard versus blitz rating. They are separate listings.

  • 12 months ago · Quote · #79


    JackOfAllHobbies wrote:
    Here, I am white.


    Here I am black



    Here I am white


    Any general principles I need to be aware of to prevent this crap?  THREE IN A ROW...  UGH.

    Generally, study tactics and learn to see hanging piece while avoiding leaving yours hanging or en pris. 

    Often Queens out in the opening deserve to be attacked. 

    Don't "just accept" exchanges.   

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