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You used to play 1. d4 e5? That is my bullet 1 min chess opening
Now _that_ is funny!
@bean_Fischer yeah, I prepare some backups too if lets say, I'm at a national tournament and I know for sure my opponent has prepared against me.
@elo123 Yep, I love my style! Thanks!
@TheBlueKnight9 French is pretty cool, but there are some positions which I don't like for black. White can already equalize with 3. exd5 and has a good chance for a draw. But I know practically nothing about it, you're the expert.
@NM Danielminghe Yeah. You can play anything in bullet and still win :)
@hreedwork 1. d4 e5 is garbage!
"...in case someone has prepared against me."
LOL that's me, I prepare against a lot of my chess friends
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The olympiad prediction thread!!!
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