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  • 9 months ago · Quote · #21

    SocialPanda

    Doggy_Style wrote:
    GeniusChessMentor wrote:
    Doggy_Style wrote:
    alchzh wrote:

    I played Na3??? against my sister and she wrecked me badly. I usually beat her though.

    That's how we learn at the beginning, trial and error.

     

    Keep up the good work.

    BAD! Learning can stay with One for the rest of their life! Best to start Good! & remain Good! 

    I think it best that you travel to Imaginationland. Only there will you encounter chess players who give your opinion any credence, a wondrous place full of half-wits and the desperately gullible.

     

    There you can be The Next Big Thing, but not here, amongst the thinking.

    Hey, you also talked about imagination, well done! Cool

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #22

    QueenTakesKnightOOPS

    There is a counter to Na3 that forces a draw

    1Na3 Na6!

    Now both players are totally confused & agree to a draw!

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #23

    Borg9

    A knight on the edge is as pretty as a wedge.

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #24

    Doggy_Style

    A Knight on the edge

    Is better than meat and two veg

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #25

    Borg9

    QueenTakesKnightOOPS wrote:

    There is a counter to Na3 that forces a draw

    1Na3 Na6!

    Now both players are totally confused & agree to a draw!

    (That plan has a flaw.

    2 e3 e6 3 c3 c6 4 Ne2 Ne7 5 Nc4 Nc5 and black is bust)

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #26

    QueenTakesKnightOOPS

    Borg9 wrote:

    QueenTakesKnightOOPS wrote:

    There is a counter to Na3 that forces a draw

    1Na3 Na6!

    Now both players are totally confused & agree to a draw!

     

    (That plan has a flaw.

    2 e3 e6 3 c3 c6 4 Ne2 Ne7 5 Nc4 Nc5 and black is bust)

    Only because Black refused the Draw after move 1 Laughing


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