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I have encountered this many times and very recently. Might I say it is a big LOL when I run into it because the counter play is simply endless. Second of all e4e52. Nf3f63. Nxe5Qe7! Nf3 to the person who said black isn't losing. If someone played it that way then they need to go back to basics of chess I don't even see how that is plausable play from white. If you want to play something silly like this then take it a step further and just learn theLatvian Gambit. Save people the trouble of embarrassing you lol.
what if black sacrifices 2 points for the iniative?
1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f6?! 3.Nxe5! fxe5? 4.Qh5+ g6?! 5.Qxe5+ Qe7! 6.Qxh8 Qxe4+ 7.Qxc2
I think, that white have big chanses to win. And look at my game(i was white)
Black isn't losing in this opening:
Worst defence ever!
after the bishop check on c4, black should play d5 to prevent qf5
worst opening *ever*
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my friend used to play this way, but I discovered the fault
It can be reversed!
If white plays Nxe5 and black plays fxe5, then black is completely lost.
The trick for black is to continue their development and clear the line to castle. In a game I saw on the game explorier this is what happened and white resigned. his Q was trapped and in danger of being captured. Black was slightly ahead on material with a better development.
WTH...? The worst defence.
easy win 4 me (as white)
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