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I put it into google translate but it didn't find a matching language. Useless thing. I think I picked up something about you thinking that you are on par with me but I must be mistaken...
Cant we all get abong?
I will post my opening repertoire database games, including the stems here. They aren't annotated yet but I'm going to study them later (the whole games so I learn the middlegame and endgames they result in better)
Here is one I have as black in the Paulsen:
Next is my database for black in one variation of the Nimzo-Indian, for the Saemich I have a different one:
Cant we all get abong?
Thats my point, nonbody here has really answered my question except for the 2nd and last post
Explain to me in what possible way I have not answered your question.
Op is a cave troll,which makes him the worst kind of troll of them all!
Ok you did but it took a while and you added a lot fo uneccesary stuff. From now on any unhelpful or irrelevant posts im just ignoring
Take a minute to read one of my blogs and offer me advice!
Chess at your level, TACTICS! TACTICS! TACTICS!
Just play e4 as white and e5 as black.
Play e5 as black? against what?
I know right?
Doesnt the tarrash have the knights at f3 and f6 before the pawn exchanges?
I'm just about 2000 USCF and I have very few (if any) games that are decided by knowing the theory. My friends tell me that I know too much theory and although I may get a fair advantage out of the opening, it doesn't do me any good unless I can convert and find tactics. When I was about 1000 strength, I only played the French Defense as black with no knowledge of theory whatsoever but I knew its ideas. This helped me understand the opening really well and I had fun playing it. I don't think you should be so concerned about theory until you are at least 1600. Just follow opening principles and you'll do fine.
Oh, God! You are an under 2000 rated player, you don't need an opeinng! Just play chess!
but, it's OK, if you want to never improve, then play a 30-theory-moved Najdorf Sicilian and King's Indian. I think 20 years will be enough to learn the theory. Good luck!
That was not what he asked.
Exactly, thank goodness someone here recognized the question
Well just by looking at your games, you've only finished seven of them...........
The reason why we all say that you should do tactics is because you don't have a good estimate on what your rating is and that practicing tactics is the best way of doing so, even >2000 do tactics to improve game.
(sorry if bad english)
your english is fine, i know what my rating is: 1287. My history rating is 1340
I never said i shouldn't do tactics, i have great tactics, in fact at my club i was known for my strong tactics. I just never asked about tactics
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