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this is my favorite french variation
this is a nice opening but it is not my favourite
it's ok for white
gusto kung matutohan itong moves ...! ^_^
this drawish variation.it is not good for white.
after black re-captures i like to play Bd3 in this line
It's like the Slav Exchange, boring, and not much for either side to bite on. Personally I think it's silly and cowardly for White to play this way. Why, every time on Live Chess I play the French as Black and face the stupid Exchange.
white has the chance to advance more power pieces before black can set a complete defence, when the king side knight advances instead of that pawn
I like to get my knight on e5 and play f4 in this line
After 3. ...exd5 4. Nf3! because we could have the following sequence: 4. ...Nf6 5.Bd3 Be7 6.0-0 0-0
On the other hand, if we are the interesting choice of player___ , playing after 3. ...exd5 4.c4 , we could obtain the following sequence: Bb4+ 5.Nc3 Nf6 6.Nf3 Nc6 7.Bd3 Qe7+ 8.Be3 Bg4 9.0-0 dxc4 10. Bxc4 0-0-0, hence the black will be in a little better position.
meh i play this but after exd i play c4
I find, that after the rooks get traded off, and the Queens, then one or both bishops. It ends in a draw, unless the white player misplayes his/her knights.
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