Most Aggressive Systems

PawnTsunami
SNUDOO wrote:

same with the london- black has a hard time getting a workable edge.

As does White

Chris_the_Diabetic
TeacherOfPain wrote:

I recommend the Queen's Gambit, Kings Pawn opening, and perhaps the Reti and the English opening to have a solid repirtoire with white.

 

These are exactly the types of openings I am trying to stay away from at the moment. I want a true system 

Chris_the_Diabetic
PawnTsunami wrote:
SNUDOO wrote:

same with the london- black has a hard time getting a workable edge.

As does White

 

 

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TeacherOfPain

Solid is indeed

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blueemu
Chris_the_Diabetic wrote:
TeacherOfPain wrote:

I recommend the Queen's Gambit, Kings Pawn opening, and perhaps the Reti and the English opening to have a solid repirtoire with white.

 

These are exactly the types of openings I am trying to stay away from at the moment. I want a true system 

Barcza system.

1. Nf3 / 2. g3 / 3. Bg2 / 4. d3 / 5. 0-0 / 6. Nbd2 / then play for the e4 move.

 

 https://www.chess.com/daily/game/200426908

Lion_kingkiller

People regard the KID as an aggressive opening, rightly, but a clever White player can Stop a kingside attack quite easily... with the fianchetto or bf5 pin? Lion played KID for a while, but two variations in particular... the Averbakh and the Samich are a nightmare to play against? Making you switch to a c5, Benoni style game. And both are popular with stronger players. Of course you could copy Karpov and Carlsen and play the Nimzo QID combo...

TeacherOfPain

I recommend the Reti Gambit. It is such a good gambit and it is a real gambit as well. 

It is similiar to the lines of the Queens Gambit, however in some lines you lose the pawn for a positional advantage that is very solid in the opening.

Not many people play it, and it is kind of the opposite of a system, however a good opening in mine eye's nevertheless as if you decline it the game is smooth, and if you accept it, your practically give away all of your advantages for the center. 

The Reti Gambit can only be played if the game starts 1.Nf3 1.d5, if this is the case you are golden. 

If your opponent plays 1.Nf6 or 1.c5 after 1.Nf3 then you can have more of a traditional symmetrical or sicilian game that can lead to dynamic or static game depending on how you want to go about it.

The Reti is another system, however it takes some mastering that's all.  Also it is an opening for either symmetrical grinding, underminding and counterattacking the center, or making a big burst of pawn play like in the Reti Gambit.

I think you guys would have a fair good game if you guys played the Reti, perhps give it a shot one day, not neccessarily for a rated game, but perhaps unrated on this site.

Colin20G
blueemu wrote:
Chris_the_Diabetic wrote:
TeacherOfPain wrote:

I recommend the Queen's Gambit, Kings Pawn opening, and perhaps the Reti and the English opening to have a solid repirtoire with white.

 

These are exactly the types of openings I am trying to stay away from at the moment. I want a true system 

Barcza system.

1. Nf3 / 2. g3 / 3. Bg2 / 4. d3 / 5. 0-0 / 6. Nbd2 / then play for the e4 move.

 

 https://www.chess.com/daily/game/200426908

Isn' this just a King's indian attack (the setup you would use against the French, with the e5 pawn defended by the bishop, blocking the center and denying defending black pieces access to the king's side).

A-mateur

The KIA, a.k.a. the Barcza system.

blueemu
Colin20G wrote:
blueemu wrote:
Chris_the_Diabetic wrote:
TeacherOfPain wrote:

I recommend the Queen's Gambit, Kings Pawn opening, and perhaps the Reti and the English opening to have a solid repirtoire with white.

 

These are exactly the types of openings I am trying to stay away from at the moment. I want a true system 

Barcza system.

1. Nf3 / 2. g3 / 3. Bg2 / 4. d3 / 5. 0-0 / 6. Nbd2 / then play for the e4 move.

 

 https://www.chess.com/daily/game/200426908

Isn' this just a King's indian attack (the setup you would use against the French, with the e5 pawn defended by the bishop, blocking the center and denying defending black pieces access to the king's side).

Yes, but the Barcza move-order is necessary to turn it into a system. You can't guarantee getting a KIA via 1. e4 because after 1. ... d5 there is no way to reach the KIA.

Lion_kingkiller

KIA not seen much at top level... why?

Steven-ODonoghue
LionWillCrush wrote:

KIA not seen much at top level... why?

Because people at the top level are good

blueemu
LionWillCrush wrote:

KIA not seen much at top level... why?

It doesn't attempt to fight for the initiative right from move 1.

I play it partly for that exact reason. It tends to defer the main struggle into the middle game, so it avoids any premature resolution of the tension. At our level, an early confrontation tends to lead to early exchanges, the dissipation of tension, and a sterile middle game. The KIA avoids this tendency.

Lion_kingkiller
Steven-ODonoghue wrote:
LionWillCrush wrote:

KIA not seen much at top level... why?

Because people at the top level are good

Was asking @bluemu? Smelly sock puppet.

Steven-ODonoghue
LionWillCrush wrote:
Steven-ODonoghue wrote:
LionWillCrush wrote:

KIA not seen much at top level... why?

Because people at the top level are good

Was asking @bluemu? Smelly sock puppet.

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