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How to play against Budapest Gambit

  • #341

    ok

  • #342
    Lyudmil_Tsvetkov wrote:

    My method is mainl relying on refined evaluation, and not so much getting feedback from engines.

    I use top engines only for the purpose of convincing people.

    I just wanted to save this for posterity. 

  • #343

    I play this way (always as white):

     

  • #344

    "My method is mainl relying on refined evaluation, and not so much getting feedback from engines.

    I use top engines only for the purpose of convincing people."

    Hard to tell which does a better job of convincing strong players; your refined evaluations, or your use of top engines. Can we have a vote, please?

  • #345

    but what's the point of Nh3 ?

  • #346

    nh3 hops to nf4 where the dominance of the d5 squared is assured. it also allows the bishop to go to f3 and possibly allow the f-pawn some room to expand if the position needs it. its actually a good move.

  • #347
    SmyslovFan wrote:
    Lyudmil_Tsvetkov wrote:

    My method is mainl relying on refined evaluation, and not so much getting feedback from engines.

    I use top engines only for the purpose of convincing people.

    I just wanted to save this for posterity. 

    Refined evaluation is the way forward.

    You become strong and discover something, before actually the engine confirms it.

  • #348
    verylate wrote:

    "My method is mainl relying on refined evaluation, and not so much getting feedback from engines.

    I use top engines only for the purpose of convincing people."

    Hard to tell which does a better job of convincing strong players; your refined evaluations, or your use of top engines. Can we have a vote, please?

    Not many strong players here.

    Everyone who tried to pick a quarrel with me seems not to be a strong player. happy.png

  • #349

    As I see it, people simply stick to something, and that is it.

    Humankind has been stuck to horse carts for millenia, small wonder a bunch will stick to a lost opening playing the wrong lines for a couple of decades.

  • #350

    Hmmmmmm

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