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12 Rh6 checkmate
Hm...I'm inexperienced with openings, but maybe this seem like a passive play to lure out all of black's pawns early.
can be transposed to a kings indian attack... it's ok, just another opening , seems playable .
23.Re5 ... 24.Rc8+ Kd7 25.Bh3+#
any one post me a best opening
I have a friend who tried starting to play this, and while I think d5 is the best response, I have had alot of luck playing c5, and focusing on gaining control of all the dark squares, finachetto on g7, and using my other bishop to simply fill in the gaps. I am more familiar with that type of game so I tend to do better, as i often underestimate whites tempo even with such a passive opening.
Im studyin this opening and im getting good results, From what i have learned so far if someone wants to use this opening dont become aggressive early on lure youre enemy in the web then surprise
First page LOL
Ohh do you want to know what the best opening queen gambit ;)
i am the worst at chess i help people get ranked high
i think the pgn of ajjan game is disaster...
Its a good opening cause that pawn us your whole defense the object is to control the center of the board
I've got a brilliant way to win in 5 moves! (You have to start as White) 1. E4 2. Bc4 3. Qf3 4. Qxf5 5. Qf7
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