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Very very nice game! Long live the Traxler! :) When I'm playing Traxler, I just hope for 5.Nxf7 & 6.Kxf2
My recent game:
Why did you label 7.Ke3 with "!"?
Cool. I've always liked the 2N's Def and this is an example of the fun Black can have. Sometimes, that is.
Thanks for your kind words and a nice miniature you've played! I know according to theory 7.Ke3 gives White the best chances. 7.Kg1 is also good but more drawish.
Thought you might be interested in a Traxler "swindle". In this case, I'm the victim, so to speak......
I am a bit late. But what is a good setup for White in this line? Swapping off the knight on c6? Is this c3, d4 setupt White's best try to neutralize the bishop or is d3, Be3, Nbd2 better? Cheers!
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