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wilburhuang 3. d3? It's wrong! you don't know this opening: 3. Bb2: right.
chinmaymsje, keep your sarcasm to yourself. It would be better if you have learn to play chess properly!
MY RATING IS 2261 because of this opening
Nice to get to know some new oppening, this sure is unusual
After white does 1.b4, next move should be bishop to b2
is this a opening or a fluke step.I cant believe its accepted as opening.If this is called the opening, i would rather call d5, e5, s3 as my opening.
I have been using this for around a year now -- and though I am going to abandon it, I thought I would put in my two cents as I know the opening quite well.
Contrary to popular belief white has a descant amount of control in the center, and is not playing for a draw, or relying on opening traps. Whiles goal is to completely dominate the dark squares. White will develop his bishop to b2, guarding key central squares, and will start marching his pawns up with e3 and f4. This will essential lock down the d4 and e5. nf4 will fallow suit to increase the pressure.
An early e5 is nearly impossible for black to hold onto. It will quickly be attacked, and it is surprisingly hard to defend. Night to c6 runs into b5. f6 opens your f square, weakening blacks king, and allowing bishop sacs, which are usually fallowed up with qh5 -- and d6 does not help as it blocks the black squared bishop, and f4 will simply trade leaving e5 weak once more.
Hitler beat this opening(no joke)
I feel like I don't belong with all you greats!
My favourite one. I have won low level tournaments with this, because it has many surprises behind every move. That pawn is the key... try it.
If only i knew this site earlier A lot of openings i didnt know before, but ive used this once without knowing the name and unsure what to move next.
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