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I once played this against the highest level difficulty computer player on my electronic chess board... I won because:
good for masters and experts but not so good for beginners.
Ruy Lopez RULES!!!!!
I consider myself a Queen's pawn player and on a side note against e4 as black have been experiementing with g6 (modern game). Not played that much at top level, but can be a surprise against ill prepared players. Thoughts and comments?
It's good! the competitor who play black need to protect his center
I think to open with Nf3 is better than d4. What do you all think? I use often that move and find it very effective.
I used to use until it got old and i started losing, but now i switch off between e4 and d4
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Fischer was using e4 openings till he went over 1800. He was a terror with d4 to master. Boris could NOT beat him with his King Gambit in Iceland. I personally like the Fischer Clock!
i like this opening with the queens gambit which allows you to set up some awesome traps
d4 offers something a little different. I like it.
Fischer is Fertilizer...
What about Fischer's statement "e4. Best by test"?
i used to open with white E4 but have changed in the last 6-7 months to D4. and am learning as i go and i likey...
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