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Ok, this is a game of forum chess, like this,http://www.chess.com/forum/view/fun-with-chess/incredibill-vs-zrylam-with-kibitzers?page=1. The rules are:
I want this to be a great game - you may use an engine (I'm not) however I am open to good suggestions
Let's get this started!!!
i prefer this format to the boards, the boards got confusing last time
uhm hte only siciclian lines i like are the dragon... other than that i will play smith moraa...
i have studied the yugoslav in the dragon and know most of the basic moves and plans. I will continue with Nf3, just to keep the game interesting
Make sure you both number your moves so everyone can follow along, and so the both of you make sure you know where you are at.
e.g. Whites first move was, 1.e4, to which Black responded with, 1...c5.The move you have just made was, 2.Nf3. To which Black should respond with as, 2...???.
I would recomend to Black, 2...Nc6. It is a pretty standard book openning. Perhaps others might suggest a different line.
Here is how your game currently stands:
I play, 2.d6
...cxd4 is obvious
I actually played a game that was 1.e5 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 d6? in the final round of a bracket style tournament. I got a huge lead, and it looked like i was gonna bring the tourney home, until I moved too fast (due to bad time system, like a certain time for whole game), mixed up two variations, and lost :(
Hello Samsch, Just a quick note about chess notation. In order to indicate that you are making a move for Black, you have to add a couple of dots (as place holders for where White would normally indicate their move) to show that your move is for the Black player. So the proper way to show your move would be 2...d6.
White would then respond with 3.XXX and then your move would be 3...XXX., and so on.
Here is where your game currently stands:
Ok, sorry. I play 2....cxd4
Ok, i'm done for the day, i'll move tommorow.
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