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This opening is what my intuition said to me how to play without reading all openings... Now i will explode all its variations and willchange to another one.
The only four knights variation I like is the one for the English opening as white, certainly not for e4 e5
i love this openning but if i started with knight and my opponent dont use knight what happend?then ithink i am confused..plz give me my answer
Var relevant, hjälpsam & trevlig!
No good opening.For white.
someone should bring the master games each openning won so we learn about them
wow pretty bad :)
its a good opening
This opening is too symmetrical (never EVER be symmetrical. It lets white stay one step ahead).
Traxler's counterattack is a good variation of this opening
I like this opening
Lmao @ 12345fu & j_brodu
tried it for years but is becoming too simple
i like the 3 video series on the 4-n-opening might try this for king pawn openings...
have a look at this one ..: Four Knigts opening explained by GM ...
you give up initiative but you get a safe start witch is not that bad to begin with...
questa apertura fa schifo
This is bad, becuase once you move the pawn out the way you can pin the knights
Good if you like closed positions.
My friend plays this and I'm still trying to get him to switch to the Ruy Lopez.
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