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Please don't repat all the time one couple of Greek words you were taught by your Albanian lover at Mykonos. It is not smart, really- quite the opposite.
Ahahaha, you are so funny indeed. I think I hit the right place...However, as funny as you are, I strongly recommend that you stop drinking that ouzo at daytime. It does no good to your mental abilities...!
where are you from... batican???
Nope. He is from Batikanovo, a small village near Plovdiv.
I think you cand avoid the Poisoned Pawn variation with playing 7.Qf3. The 8.a3 (8...Qxb2 and black lose the game) Nc6 9. Nb3 is a other form to mantain the pawn but isn't the best. And Finally if you give up the pawn, you can play the well know 8.Qd2 or the interesting 8.Qd3.
Play an offbeat variation on move 23 is another solution... Black will definetly not know it if he is below GM level.
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