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1. P-KB3 is not wise in my opinion.
Yes, but mine is less likely to cause heart attacks!
1. white resigns
cant argue with this guys...its objectively the worst move...you might argue 'more free time at the hotel bar' compensation but lets remember that this exists outside of the isloated system of the chess game.
f3 got to be the worst where resigning is just refusal to play for white as for black though resigning is the worst move. logic before refutation fiveofswords.
Resigning isn't really a move so...
Any knight move kind of develops it and any other pawn move may have more positive effects.
the worst first move for the white player is to show up to the game, if the black player is Chuck Norris.
He can't be white.
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1. e3 is totally playable.
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