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clue: name of the openimg?
Two Knights Defense - Main Line (the first diagram you posted...)
It can be, but I wanted to make an Italian.
Who's move is it?
Your main line was 5. ... Na5, variation was 5. ... Nxd5 6. d4? 6. Nxf7!! With the fried liver attack.
You give a suspicious moves 2 exclamation marks, and a good one a question mark.
Your main line was 5. ... Na5, variation was 5. ... Nxd5 6. d4!! 6. Nxf7? With the fried liver attack.
#3 post: 6.d4! Nxd4! (best by test) 7.c3 does not win. Black has 7...b5, when things aren't so simple. White's best is most probably 8.Bxd5 Qxd5 9.f3, but Black will get two pawns and a strong center for his knight.
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