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Is anything better for me than the Parham?


  • 3 years ago · #141

    AndyClifton

    dog demonstrates his mastery of the obvious.

  • 3 years ago · #142

    whatupyodog

    ty bro but get back on topic.

  • 3 years ago · #143

    CerebralAssassin

     

    he looks sane enough

  • 3 years ago · #144

    The_Gavinator

    jetfighter13 wrote:

    the title of worlds fastest man given to the person who runs a 4.01 fourty yard dash

    Only America uses yards dumbass, the rest of the world is in meters.

  • 3 years ago · #145

    The_Gavinator

    Ok michael-g, please answer the topic directly. I don't want to read another 5-paragraph essay, list a few openings that are aggressive non-gambits.

    And Cerebral-Assassin, I don't think it's possible for that guy to not be a genious.

  • 3 years ago · #146

    Michael-G

    No opening is only aggressive or only positional.Some tend to be more complicated , some tend to be more simple, other than that there are no other categories.

    For example:

    Kings Indian defense can be aggressive but can be positional too.The same is true for Sicilian , French defense , Dutch defense , Ruy Lopez and almost all sound openings.

        The problem is that your very low understanding doesn't let you understand even that simple truth.

    Forget what I said .Parham is the only "aggressive" opening indeed .Stick with it , you don't seem to be able to understand anything else anyway. 

  • 3 years ago · #147

    The_Gavinator

    Ok, how about this. The Danish Gambit, 1. e4 e5 2. d4 exd4 3. c3 dxc3 4. Bc4 cxb2 5. Bxb2, is obviously more aggressive than, let's say the london system. I'd say it's safe to say there are some openings more aggressive than others.

  • 3 years ago · #149

    Michael-G

    If giving 2 pawns with doubtful  compensation is called "aggresive", then yes Danish Gambit is aggresive.Truth is though that the only one attacking is Black.

  • 3 years ago · #150

    LifeOfRiley

    Capablanca's early ...d5 against would-be Danish players has to lead to the dullest games of 1.e4 chess imaginable.  A good scrap in the London leads to comparitive fireworks.

  • 3 years ago · #151

    Michael-G

    Elementary lesson No1 is the moves , in case you wonder.

  • 3 years ago · #153

    ChristianSoldier007

    look at that a GM has joined!

    How are you doing today sensei Janosik?

  • 3 years ago · #155

    ChristianSoldier007

    Alive and well :)

  • 3 years ago · #156

    The_Gavinator

    ciljettu, that's not what I asked, I'd like a simple answer. Thank you janosik, you are one of the few people on here who actually answered the post. I just find the ruy lopez to be slightly dull and theory-heavy. I'd like to play something more fun and aggressive, however not a gambit so I won't be left in the dust if my attack fails. Do you have any recommendations?

    Michael-G, how is black attacking after move 5? I think you might be the one who doesn't understand anything...

  • 3 years ago · #157

    Michael-G

    Because Nakamura played it and since OP and Nakamura have the same understanding , OP can play what Nakamura plays.Doesn't that sound reasonable?I hope no one is laughing. 

  • 3 years ago · #158

    The_Gavinator

    I don't enjoy endgames very much, they are a weaker spot of my game. What do you recommend in the vienna?

  • 3 years ago · #159

    ChristianSoldier007

    @Gavinator looks like things are calming down thats good. I dont like throwing rocks and everyone being rude.

    It seems like you want to attack without risk, but I don't think thats possible 

  • 3 years ago · #160

    Michael-G

    Ciljettu , the only "punch " he needs is  on his face but I really doubt if even that will make him understand his nonsense.


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