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It's always dangerous. I've been playing the najdorf for years and it's the line that just puts constant pressure on black if he doesn't play the highly theoretical poisoned pawn. I play 6..nbd7 myself
Unless you already played another sicilian, you have to learn those. It will take a while I guess..
everyone .. am looking to play the najdorf bg5, f4 variation ; I'll play black if you can message me; tks ... FEB 2015
I have the easiest answer. AVOID IT! Play 1.d4! (or 1.c4 or 1.Nf3 with intention of transposing to a QP Opening). It scores a full 2% better than 1.e4 in GM play anyway!
I love this guy. (not sarcasm)
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