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this is weak because every pawn move is a hole and especially if you plan on castling kingside that f2 hole can be used as easy attacking spot
The point of this opening is white to take control of the dark squares, while black takes control of the white squares
Eventually, white's light square bishop won't be that important and will eventually be sacrificed for either black's knight or light square bishop
I mean, if white plays g4. why would they do that?
Uh. Looks like an open invatation for black to check in my head.
I find f4 pretty good maybe the best after d4 e4 c4 Nf4 and g3. But it´s all a matter of taste if you like the positions you get from 1 f4 play it.
Hello, Please make me understand how these moves occur in chess "
Here's how I play it:
that is weak pawn,then how we can play that ,that is wrong opening
as black I don't see this very often, but so far I like to play b6 against it....to have a fianchetto'ed Bishop aimed at Kingside...
I like this opening, but Im too much of a coward to play it myself...took me quite some time to gain the confidence to open with 1.e4 let alone 1.f4 ;)
That is what i played
Nc6 is good
Black has a better chance 41% white has 33.79% and draw has 25.2% if I get it wrong I don't care because it says that right next to the bored
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