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He went full retard. Never go full retard.
actually worse than the osdium attack lol mainly because in the sodiumk attack you prepare for a fork
the N isnt planning to stay there.. its destined to the f2 square after f3 or f4 is played, and in some rare variations the N gan go to f4. its very solid for positional play, and it can support Ng5 at some point for attack on the king side without blocking the f pawn. And keep in mind that Nf2 is a very strong defender.
Ammonia attack would be a much better pun.
that opening sucks
its suprising that 31 percent games have been won and 17 percent drawn with this opening....
Sodium attack is better"
Yes it is because it has not lost a master game
It's an ok opening though not very popular, since the first move is so counterintuative and violates most opening priciples.
piotr96, it's a pretty decent opening. It's not game over.
this oppening is so bad
this is not amar, but ammonia...just for the case you are interested in what NH3 means
worst move really?....let me try it on you and let see if you can handle it
Not good at all your knights are better centered Nf3 is better
same AS SODIAM ATTACK
badest opening ever
Sodium attack is better
I won with this opining :)
This one is better then the sodium attack! ;)
This isn't a very good move
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