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Hello every one. I am Nobel and I am an aggressive chess player who doesnt liketaking up POSITIONAL entangles. I prefer wild states and open positions with a supa dupa spectacular win in the part of black. However I used to use the centre counter gambit which after 4 losses with high rated players, I find un"sound". Could you perhaps suggest me an opening on part of black with lots of explosion?(illustrated pls...) NOTE: I am unwary of sicilian, I know how to play against it, not with it! And sicilian isa just not my type.
Petrov's defense can be pretty open.
1. e4, e5 2.Nf3, Nf6
So can the Open Variation of the Ruy Lopez
1. e4, e5 2. Nf3, Nc6 3. Bb5, a6 4. Ba4, Nf6 5. 0-0, Nxe4
But the most agressive opening that I've seen is the Latvian Gambit
1. e4, e5 2. Nf3, f5
By the way, I'm guessing that you're referring to responses to 1. e4
you like wild open positions where it could end up any way possible. try the KG
Yes. It is an opening where Black sacrifices a pawn or two while exposing his own king, to get sure he will be at least much worse after a while. Warmly recommended in all S-M manuals.
Latvian is very aggressive I played a latvian player every time in my chess club it might be a tempo down but if a player knows how to handle that opening can come out victorious
Sir, what does S-M mean? I am sorry if I look like an idiot but frankly, not many chess books come in Nepal.
Against d4, play this.
I forget what it is called but it is an aggresive line from the tarrasch against the QGD. Black has compensation for the pawn.
either that or do the Dutch. easier to learn I think.
I guess the dutch is a possibility, but is it that explosive? Anyway, both openings, both sides need to know their stuff pretty well, or one side will start to die
Wow! tarrasch looks like my kind of a game, and open one. d4 set!
Er...you can try the king's gambit? Though there is always the chance your opponent might steamroller over you if you're not careful.
ya its pretty cool, although i don't remember the exact name of the gambit, its worth playing it. the tarrasch is usually this.
this is the tarrasch, however i think the gambit is much better for you.
good luck on your opening
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