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1.e4 e5 2.nf3 nc6 3.bc4 nf6 4.d4 nxd4.As white,what should be I do?
Haven't seen that in 35 years
Quick check of database shows
5. Bxf7+ Kxf7 6. Nxe5+ and the d4Knight dies.
Only masters care about explaining a position in chess notation. If you've explained so far you probably already know the answer to the question?
Everyone explains a position using chess notation...
Yeah, when they write a book about it.
PLUS... I doubt you've mastered waffles because the show my wife watches never has a guy w/waffle skills
@fookensoul, how is the trollin goin?
@paperandpen Nfxd4 provides good compensation for you. I think you just develop and make the opponent pay for an underdeveloped position
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