What opening is the best?

Lior-Shay

I think the French opening

pavelkoulikov

There is no such thing as best opening. If there was a best don't you think that all players would be playing exclusively that opening?

Spanish, Italian, Sicilian, king gambit, queen gambit, etc etc etc are all very good openings.

 

NoobChessMarco
There is not the best but openings which are not getting played very often, like vienna or london system are very solid
Lior-Shay
But what opening do you think is very good?
slippy_sam

E4 is best by test

pavelkoulikov
Lior-Shay escribió:
But what opening do you think is very good?

 

The ones we already mentioned are all very good. If you want to see more you can check GMs games and see what openings they use. Don't look for the one and only best opening because there is no such thing.

NathanDrake12345
Lior-Shay wrote:
I think the French opening


Always best to greet the player, and get a chance to see what they're all about.  Make sure to play honourably, and the best moves tend to come naturally!

 

It's a good idea though, to always focus on a slow pace game; and make sure that your best pieces only come out later.

brycevernotico

tbh i dont really know chess i dont know opinings ether how do u do a opaning?

 

GeneralissimoFTW

The Grob or Bongcloud.

GM_Alphazer0

i like the grunfeld

 

jetoba

The best opening is the one you are most comfortable playing based on your current needs (if a draw will clinch sole first in a tournament then a drawish opening may be the best).

A weak opening you are comfortable with will generally serve you better than a better opening where you are uncertain of the ideas and concepts of the opening.

JackRoach

I would say the Bongcloud.

Farilya

https://www.chess.com/forum/view/chess-openings/the-lifetime-repertoire-reliable-ambitious

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JamieDelarosa

I like opening a cold bottle of Moosehead beer.

RussBell

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