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what is it called?
Who... me or Expertise87?
This is what I call the double doubled pawns variation in the Giuoco Pianissimo!
I made this when I was 7 (pyramid gambit)
this when I was 9 as a joke (the fail)
and this when I was 10. I will play it every often. (Poston Gambit)
This ia an opening my brother made up called The Noodle
it even has a theme song... "the noodle, the noodle, some people think it's funny but it's really worth the money, the noodle, the noodle!
oh yeah the noodle totally forgot
i played this opening against a 1500 and he fell into the move Nxe4? A mistake
If he played g6 protecting my knight from f5 he would have a week kingside.
he shuold've just played 0-0
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Every fool can win in blitz chess !
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Tactics Trainer Round II
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Chess for Oldtimers --- Good Idea !
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Can't start unrated game?
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Engine correspondence should be allowed
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Double Bishop Sacrifices
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