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My first response ... "What? what is that pond doing way in the corner? this is how they want us to start?" Not until I backed up the pieces I figured out how it got that way. The part that is crazy is how white somehow wins the majority of time ... white should get slaughtered everytime, but I'll try it ...
Wow, this opening is beyond my comprehension
Lol 3 games in database.
The Cunningham Defense with 4...Nf6 rather than 4...Bh4+ is a fine defense against the KG that I've been playing for 30 years.
Yea you guys gotta explain how this is a benefit. haha.
it is insane as morphy, genius
Morphy played it, so how bad can it be?
What will be if play Khe1-f1 instead of g2-g3
That's the main line of the Cunningham for white and perfectly okay, White's king is not too vulnerable on f1 and he leads in development.
down three pawns and nowhere to go... i don't see the point myself
I agree. This is crazy.
idon't feel comfortable with this opening. Especially the act of purposefully opening your kingside to possible tactical attack. Though I may use this opening only in friendly games.
Pls can someone explain why in the hell white would use an opening like this?
There is anyreasonable tactical trap or advandage that justify this foolish?
tnx in advance
Wow what a crazy opening.
hahaha! worthy pawn..
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