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only som would fall for it
Thanks for the good revciew, testviking.
this can be double pawn
how can you guys say that this opening is not effective when this was one of Garry Kasparov's openings that he used for so long?
chess.com needs to sort the probelm with moveing the pices they dont move probley
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23 months ago
True... but then you cant castle which i think is one of the highlights of developing both the knight and bishop on the kingside
the sicilian is a great opening though i preffer e4 c5 nf3 d6 d4 cxd4..... the open sicilian or the alapin variation
I dont think so this opening good!
How does one pronounce this opening?
After 3. Bb5... I like to play (in blitz and bullet games) 3....Nd4
May not be sound, but it's interesting.
Really helps to double up the opponent's pawns.
this opening is good and sharp
I'm currently using this because it looks similar to the Ruy Lopez, and I actually like it more than the sharp Sicilians.
Only bad thing I remember from the dragon sic. was of course the antidragon attack, which kind of shuts the whole game down.
It's been decades since I saw that, but I do remember it- maybe someone else will show it
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