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I saw this opening in the forum, and i said i have to try it.I used in in a blitz game (and won of course), you can see the game right here:
Then i think it is a very good opening and from now on i am going to use it every game.
Just kidding, but it is nice to try those stupid openings once.
Do you guys know each other. I sense some tension here.
All i have to say is develop, develop and develop. Get 3 of the 5 minor pieces out minimum in the opening.
Move 7 or 8 Nc6 is good. At move 7 you could be thinking about a king side attack with your pawns. Pretty sure it would have caught him off guard.
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