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heal center game, hurt mainline
After post 453 by me:
1st: Nf3 (Mainline) 58 points
2nd: d4 (Center Game) 10 points
3rd: f4 (King's Gambit) 0 points OUT
4th: Bc4 (Bishop's Opening) 0 points OUT
5th: Nc3 (Vienna) 0 points OUT
6th: Ne2 (Alapin) 0 points OUT
7th: Bb5 (Portuguese Opening) 0 points OUT
8th: Qf3 (Napoleon) 0 points OUT
9th: f3 (King's Head) 0 points OUT
10th: Ke2 (Bongcloud) 0 points OUT
11th: Qh5 (Parham) 0 points OUT
Heal Nf3 hurt d4
go ahead and hurt d4 again no real point in healing Nf3
hurt d4 heal nf3
The Parham losing to the Bongcloud and the KG coming in 3rd clearly means people didnt take this seriously.
At the start, everyone destroyed the Parham and mostly ignored the bongcloud.
i dont know. boncloud is wasting a move with Ke2 that does nothing good for him and parham does the same with Qh5, none of them is a forced loss. both moves have the value of zero.
Heal Nf3. (That means Hurt d4 also)
Tigergutt, I'm feeling that a lot of people are anti-Parham on here, it could be skewed.
you would have been to if you were here alot. the page is exploding of parhamthreads with the same info and mods are working hard to remove the ones that are spam or duplicates( which is 90% of them)
After post 461 by sequoia314159:
1st: Nf3 (Mainline) 63 points
2nd: d4 (Center Game) 0 points OUT
It is official! After sequoia314159's post 461, Nf3 is the winner! Next thead coming soon! There will be 9 choices.
its seems my beloved belgradegambit win
What is a belgrade gambit?
The choices are at least: Qf6, Qe7, Bd6, d6, Nf6, Nc6, f5, d5, f6.
I still dont understad why the parham is behind Ke2.
Because some guys wanted to promoted it and they actually imposed that opening everywhere. That's why P. is behing B.True and fair!
Heal d4, hurt Nf3
its already over
Nobody can force someone else to play an opening they don't want to. Take your rubbish somewhere else.
This "forced opening" is nonsense, but the Parham itslef is even more nonsense!
Reanimate parham, heal parham, hurt Nf, 3
This thread is done. You can argue about the Parham all you want but I won't be tracking.
Explain to me how I "imposed" someone to play the Parham? I don't care if you and MSC are best friends, whatever he said still doesn't make any sense.
Read carefully, it makes sense. I highlighted what I wrote...YOU didn't impose it to me. But once when I started a thread about openings. One said Parham. I said: "OK, it is an opening, but I'll not play this". And then started 200 comments long discussion about something I don't want to know (variation, blablabla...). But the problem is, it was on MY thread. That's the only reason. And it was on ALL threads about openings...
are you going to do 1.d4?
I think there was already a game for the first move for white, it's already been done.
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