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I have vitalized My Chess fun by playing Blackmar-Diemer and Gibbins-Weidenhagen as white but I am looking for something similar as black. The Latvian has never worked for me but I am eager to test other UCO stuff.
Thank you in advance!
1.e4 d5 2.exd5 nf6
The Scandinavian gambit is known to be better for white after d4 nxd5 c4
derp, obviously. OP plays BDG, so I doubt hes looking for a theoretical advantage
Other than the scandinavian gambit maybe:1.c4 d5 2.cd5 c6, its called the vortex gambit or something like that.1.d4 e5 2.dxe5 and now maybe d6..From what I can think of those seem to run best with matching the openings you have so far.
Thank you for your input! I have tried the Nf6-lines of the scandinavian before and it was promising but I never found the flow.
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