A gm taught me anti fried liver

zuruichen
kindaspongey 写道:
zuruichen wrote:
kindaspongey 写道:

1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bc4

“... I recommend 3...Bc5 instead of 3...Nf6 to young players who have just started to learn chess openings. However, the Two Knights Defence is a sound opening, with many exciting lines, and it becomes a good choice once you have gained more experience in chess. …” - GM John Emms (2018)

1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bc4 Nf6 4 Ng5 d5 5 exd5 Na5

“... Gaining time by creating threats is vital in the opening, especially when you gambit a pawn. ...” - GM John Emms (2018)

Why black 4...d5? He will lose a a pawn like that.

One example continuation:

"Black has enough compensation - good development and active squares for his pieces. …" - IM Sam Collins (2005)

I am not sure what you would prefer as an alternative to 4...d5.

"... you have to memorize many forcing lines, too many in my opinion for a developing player who is relatively new to opening play. … The Traxler Variation is one of the craziest opening lines in chess. It's certainly fun to study and try out as Black, but as a regular choice it's not recommended. …" - GM John Emms (2018)

Thanks.