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  • #2

    Looks like something Naka would play bullet with.  

  • #3

    This looks really cool, I'm gonna look into this!

  • #4

    IM Alex Wohl used to play 1..Na6 and 2..c6 at master level. He was called either a genius or a lunatic Laughing

  • #5

    Hmm, space, development, and can even sac a pawn back, white's the one having fun here right?  Other than f4 and h5 looking odd, since they're there, I'm looking at 10.f5 or just 10.Be3.  10...Nb4 had a threat, nice, I wonder if it's black's last threat for the next 15 moves Tongue Out

  • #6

    Sorry to say that only a fool would think Black has any sort of compensation after 9.Nb3, which even a child would easily find.

    Of course at bullet the basic recipe is making short moves with pieces close to each other, so this "opening" could make some sense.

  • #7

    No offense Daniel I don't like this and won't play it, except for maybe in bullet :-)

    (But I'm probably not good enough to judge openings, not an expert yet :)

  • #8
    pfren wrote:

    Sorry to say that only a fool would think Black has any sort of compensation after 9.Nb3, which even a child would easily find.

    Of course at bullet the basic recipe is making short moves with pieces close to each other, so this "opening" could make some sense.

    +1

  • #9

    If it is so good, why don't YOU try it?

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