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Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines, Mieses Variation

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  • 3 years ago

    webternals

    After exd5 I like to play Nf6 and not pull the queen out. Most times white tries to support the pawn which leads most of the time to c6 or e6 (c6 being my preference) setting up yet another pawn sacrafice. If white elects to take the second sacrafice pawn (It looks very inticing for white to take the pawn again but in reality is an overextension that white has a hard time supporting) and sets black up nicly to gain tempo against white. If white elects to not take the second sacrafice then black is able to attack the pawn and white is usually forced to take the e6 or c6 pawn eventually to stay out of space trouble. I have done my research and this is a very playable approach for both sides. This for me is a very fun opening set of moves. And if any one here that is an expret rated chess master disagrees with me on this please tell me know so I can change my line of play here.

  • 3 years ago

    nukutawiti

    Looks an opening for begginers... It is not a good idea to place your queen in the centre or the board in the early game...

  • 3 years ago

    lbtr74aao

  • 5 years ago

    tahumaster

    thats right bishop will move

  • 5 years ago

    tahumaster

    whites position good

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