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Nice video but it's only about 1.Nf3 > 2.b3. He underestimates White's chances after 1.b3 e5.
A nice video on the Nimzo-Larsen:
Here are my numbers with b3. (through 9 games).
Thanks pumpupthevolume247, you convinced me to try it and I love it!
not bad thats all
i love it, it so flexible
This is the BEST OPENING ever! I also recommend the Ruy Lopez aka Spanish Game.
I really hate playing against this opening. Although I have won my only OTB game against it
I have succeeded many times with this opening but I have to get into have to play Nf3 first for a safer game
its like you are playing with the black pieces, and you are swearing him to take control of the center.
It's not a really good to use. but it's not to bad so I respect your opinion
This is THE best opening in chess... I have won countless online games with it and it is my no.1 OTB weapon with the white pieces - I blog ALL my rated games, I haven't lost a single game with 1.b3!
this opening is not that bad if u know how to follew it up with caseell q side as soon as possible
This opening is pointless. It lets black play just about any way they want. Open closed e5 d5 flank. Whatever black likes best to play
chess is fun but not fun:p
I don't use that openning that often, but I think it's pretty good.
have won lots of games with it
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