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he sacrifice his pawn for nothing
hey u 12 i think u r not too good in playing chess
I dont see a problem with it. Knight can develop to e1, attacking the gambit pawn, of course after the white bishop is developed.
I think Qh4 is met by g3 , there is no danger in losing the rook because it's protected by the queen, you would even gain a tempo.
If you're considering moving the queen this early isn't it better to move to h5 with checking options followed by other scary stuff?
Really good. You first trade pawns. The pawn is trapped, and then you're up 2 moves after you take it. Plus, they can't en pessant you. Awesome! Besides, you could just move your queen back.
Bad move !!!!!!!!!!!
Bringing queen out to early
I don't like it. A queen out early means a higg risk for loss it.
Great for black...
This opening is not good at all.
3.Nf3 is far more better.
looks like 3...Qh4 is the line that gains a quick advantage for black. Doesnt look like a logical opening for white. Any thoughts?
thats true, but there are many dangers to that
Nice it's gets the Queen out early
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