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Sodium attack is better
Nh3 e5 g3? h5!!
the only way for white to win is h5... Ng1 and Nf3!
I won with this opining :)
This one is better then the sodium attack! ;)
This isn't a very good move
my favorite opening
The totall replica (or mirrored) version of the stupid sodium attack! Another opening that does nothing except lose a tempo? Just control the center instead of making silly moves! Anyway, I can't believe anyone won with this as a GM.
I win a lot playing this
WORST OPENING THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN!
I played this and I won using the gent or paris gambit
I cannot belive masters play this!!!!!!!
nximhu, I wouldn't say that this move is week. I think it's at least a whole month.
I would say the move would be bad.
The Nh3 is not good. It's week. e4 or d4 is better. The other player is so week so they lose at the one who choose Nh4.
This is a fitting opening for Chess.com live chess where people don't know openings.
I don't mind taking the White side of it.
I do not really like this opening.
I once heard this saying: knights on the rim are dim! (In other words it's a terrible move!)
I laughed when my opponent played this game and it was in a tournement game i won in about 12 moves it sucks ass
really creates a troubled game. not that good of an opening.
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