Bruhhhh B1ZMARK why...

B1ZMARK

Objectively? Maybe. But psychologically these all hold the upper ground

JackRoach
B1ZMARK wrote:

Objectively? Maybe. But psychologically these all hold the upper ground

Yes. I cower in fear when a3 is played.

The London is also psychological. 

B1ZMARK

you should fear 1.a3. Have you studied up on your English?

JackRoach
B1ZMARK wrote:

you should fear 1.a3. Have you studied up on your English?

c4?

I just play e5.

Like a reverse sicilian.

Moonwarrior_1

Lol

QuickV
Moonwarrior_1 wrote:

Lol

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BudewChess
JackRoach wrote:
B1ZMARK wrote:

you should fear 1.a3. Have you studied up on your English?

c4?

I just play e5.

Like a reverse sicilian.

It is a feared opening among grandmasters. 1.a3, also known as the Andersson Opening, names after chess romantic legend Adolf Hitler I mean Andersson prepares b4 and c4, along with a deadly queenside attack.

JackRoach
BudewChess wrote:
JackRoach wrote:
B1ZMARK wrote:

you should fear 1.a3. Have you studied up on your English?

c4?

I just play e5.

Like a reverse sicilian.

It is a feared opening among grandmasters. 1.a3, also known as the Andersson Opening, names after chess romantic legend Adolf Hitler I mean Andersson prepares b4 and c4, along with a deadly queenside attack.

Only deadly if you're already dead

chamo2074
Moonwarrior_1 a écrit :
Anonymous_Dragon wrote:

Bruh. Once the pawn was there your game was already done

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no he could have maneuvered the queen to f1