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Black had never played c6, bitch back on your dick.
yeah great interpretation dumbfuck.
I think this is what whatupyodog meant:
Why Black should play 8...Nxc4? The bishop ain't gonna run away. Either 8...h6 or 8...0-0 look better.
No opening is necessarily better than the other. But i would probably go for Parham.
yes, i will pwn you as white with the parham.
Love the queen side liver, im beginner and i never saw it before, i will try it.
By all means, use it.
I can assure you you will stay being a beginner for the foreseeable future.
OP is a hardheaded, stubborn guy who won't accept sound reasonings even from guys who are sane and rated higher than him.
Wait, why did I fall to his obvious trap of more trolling by replying? *facepalm on self
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