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In an opening you should fight for the center, develop your pieces, and castle. This opening is just horrible.
With such arguments were not accepted in the begining openings like 1.d4 g6 and 1.b3.
By the way " horrible " i think is not enough for this opening - i would change " atrocious " eventualy with " obnoxious " , but am not sure which is better.
By the way - my spell checker doesn't work . Does anybody have the same prpblem ?
Yes - spell chgecker is brokeen
I hope they are mending it, but obviously, are not very much in a hurry.
how did you find that picture?? seriously no kidding you are really really good in finding rare stuff, ever thought about the idea of becoming private detective??
Sounds nice, but is probably not for me - i find pictures mostly by chance.
The idea for this opening is not mine - the real author lives in Paris ( under a bridge ) :
The opening as white should be called the Brilliant Defence. As black it should be called the Brilliant Attack. An attack is an opening for white, a defence is an openning for black
An opening which breaks all opening principles for no reason can never be good.
Thanks, very polite of you if you are serious I can agree with white attack and black defence - an extra tempo costs much.
About brilliant, it will depend on whether it will be refuted or not.
No, the opening with white is brilliant for black, and vice versa.
Uf, now the things are normal again, i just begun to worry...
Don't you suppose, there can be uninvented yet opening principles ?
Ok.So tell me the uninvented opening pricnicples.
1.Move only pawns. If you move the same pawn 6 times (sometimes 5!!) it becomes a queen. However no matter how many times you move a knight it will still be weak. INVEST IN PAWN POWER!2.An endgame may come at any moment, centralise your king.3.Don't move your pieces past your pawns, its dangerous out there.
I would like to, but unfortunately, i am not him - he was very capable in such things :
Ok.So,you are assuming that your opening follows some unknown principles.Nice!
And here i see a realy fresh glance on the mather ! I corect my previous post - a new Nimzovich can apear any moment !
This is the worst opening of all time. o_0
it would confuse the opponent,he would not know what was going on.i think a group of players need to test out the new opening ,and post there games here so it can be accurately judged,so before you throw the first stone ,lets put it to the test, who,s going first.
Thanks, David, it is a good idea, but the opening is atrocious and hardly will be many candidates.
A simpatetic guy and strong player became a toll of this strange way of moveing pieces :
In the final part of the game i have 2 pawns more, but we both were not good with time and i made a few mistakes.
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