Advice on Black Defenses against 1. d4

IAmPomi
ThrillerFan escribió:
IAmPomi wrote:

I generally play the Horwitz Defenses, d5, a reflected french defense with d6, or the Mikenas Defense.

 

There is no such thing as a "Reflected French".  It is called the Pirc Defense.  Do not associate that piece of cr@p with a well respected defense like the French.

Pirc Defense is a defense against 1. e4:

I guess there's not a name for this. The opening explorer doesn't recognize it.

 

yesidjuliangrivas

hola

IAmPomi

Hola.

FizzyBand

Actually the Pirc is not garbage @ThrillerFan

It may be inferior to the more major lines, but it is nonetheless reasonable. Against d4 1. d6 is actually quite fine, aiming for an Old Indian or a Philidor 

IAmPomi

Actually, the Pirc is one of my favorite defenses happy.png

SNUDOO

Play the semi slav. It's similar to the colle and the same general ideas. However I'd probably recommend you watch some Vids on it first 

Susik_Gaboyan
TrainerMeow wrote:
Susik_Gaboyan wrote:
Uhohspaghettio1 wrote:

Susik Gaboyan has financial interest in promoting that site. 

Seriously?  thank you I didn't know about that

In post #8 you mentioned your "joining the ChessMood family". You can argue that this does not necessarily mean you're paid, in direct or indirect ways, for your recent posts. But these posts are clearly financing your image as a persistent promoter of that site.

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pinkblueecho
Uhohspaghettio1 hat geschrieben:

Susik Gaboyan has financial interest in promoting that site. 

 

Be very careful making unsubstantiated claims on a public forum about real life people. People have been sued for less.

pinkblueecho
Susik_Gaboyan hat geschrieben:
TrainerMeow wrote:
Susik_Gaboyan wrote:
Uhohspaghettio1 wrote:

Susik Gaboyan has financial interest in promoting that site. 

Seriously?  thank you I didn't know about that

In post #8 you mentioned your "joining the ChessMood family". You can argue that this does not necessarily mean you're paid, in direct or indirect ways, for your recent posts. But these posts are clearly financing your image as a persistent promoter of that site.

I have been using chessmood for around 4 months and GM always uses "chessmood family" in the courses, so I used ChessMood family, if you join and don't get any help or learn nothing, (if you're 1500-2500 elo rated player) then you can shame me, but now I help you by telling my favorite arena to improve your chess skills, then it's your choice, if you want to check it or not, but just a small advice - don't say things that you don't know.

 

This is a clear case of libel. Contact a lawyer and contact chess.com, these comments are, without question, defamatory and libelous.

TrainerMeow
Susik_Gaboyan wrote:
TrainerMeow wrote:
Susik_Gaboyan wrote:
Uhohspaghettio1 wrote:

Susik Gaboyan has financial interest in promoting that site. 

Seriously?  thank you I didn't know about that

In post #8 you mentioned your "joining the ChessMood family". You can argue that this does not necessarily mean you're paid, in direct or indirect ways, for your recent posts. But these posts are clearly financing your image as a persistent promoter of that site.

I have been using chessmood for around 4 months and GM always uses "chessmood family" in the courses, so I used ChessMood family, if you join and don't get any help or learn nothing, (if you're 1500-2500 elo rated player) then you can shame me, but now I help you by telling my favorite arena to improve your chess skills, then it's your choice, if you want to check it or not, but just a small advice - don't say things that you don't know.

I don't know whether you're actually a paid promoter, and I have no inclination to find it out. What I do know is that you have pushed this site, where courses are marketed at relatively high prices (the Benko Gambit course would cost $90, for example), in countless threads here on Chess.com. In most of the threads, including this one, the OP did not ask for recommendation for paid courses or other commercial products.

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chamo2074

Let's go back to the subject: Horwitz defense is this:

If I play this I would hope to transpose to the french, but this doesn't happen often cz the French is so good so I play Nf6

1e4_0-1

the KID is my favorite