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Please Experts+ : I need the most aggressive and complex d4 opening out there!

  • #21

    Guys take it easy , I'm just a beginner , I only know 1% of what super GMs know

  • #22

    Plus I might play with 2300 players and I played with a GM here as well , so what? I didn't win, so just playing someone is not enough to judge, like you guys do

  • #23

    And I consider myself as a weak player( I'm not a GM yet, not even a FM) so I need more information. Also I asked about d4 as I don't normally practice it, I open differently and just recently learned a veresov attack

  • #24

    Also I never cheated in this website or any other. , as I'm doing this for myself and not to impress someone

  • #25

    The chess game of Mikhail Tal....study how he played against d4

  • #26

    When Kramnik was trailing against Leko in their world championship match he played the Modern Benoni.

  • #27

    You need the World or the Queen!

  • #28

    Dutch

  • #29

    Benoni probably, hate playing it as white against good tactical players. Almost impossible to keep the position under control, usually ends up a horrid mess which I hate as am a bit of a control freak :-)

  • #30

    son of sorrow

  • #31
    Ahhh so u wanna know the trick ayy? Try to bring rooms out every game always works
  • #32

    Well since you asked for experts I barely qualify as an expert by USCF standards(2000+ USCF) so I guess I can give advice on chess... and on grammar.

    However, I feel like your post didn't really specify whether you wanted something trappy and cool while playing d4 or playing against d4. If you want something trappy and cool while playing d4, you should play e4 instead. If you want something trappy and cool against d4, then play the KID or grunfeld or Benko(depending on your level).

    I hope this helps!

  • #33

    Sounds like the Benoni is what you're looking for.

  • #34

    Be aware that English is not my native  language, and I´m not an expert (only an online player).

    Anyway.... here is my list: 

    As white:

    The only playable gambit that I know is the Blackmar Diemer gambit. (1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.f3) is tricky but it is fully analysed

     

    if You know the versov you can try other less common opennings like the trompowsky or the torre attack, but if  and  you have more time  try the  queens gambit complex (incluiding the catalan) 

     

    As black: 

    Gambits (tricky but more or less refuted)

     

    Albin Countergambit  1.d4 d5 2.c4 e5

    Blumenfeld Gambit 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 c5 4.d5 b5

    Budapest Gambit 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e5

    Englund Gambit 1.d4 e5 2.dxe5 Nc6 3.Nf3 Qe7 4.Qd5 f6 5.exf6 Nxf6

     

    Playable gambit:  

    Benko Gambit  1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5

     

    Dinamic and ambitious defences:

    Benoni, KID, dutch and modern defence 

  • #35

    ..d4 it is the only opening to the career player but it is not a sleepy system or a King Indian system at all!

  • #36

    I've never once played a d4 opening as white since getting my first USCF rating a long time ago.  Too positional for me.  I always do e4.  

  • #37
    Aizen89 wrote:

    I've never once played a d4 opening as white since getting my first USCF rating a long time ago.  Too positional for me.  I always do e4.  

       Neither 1.d4 is "too positional" nor 1.e4 "too aggressive".

    Players like Kasparov have used 1.d4 to attack and strategic geniouses like Karpov used 1.e4 to positionally outplay their opponent.Anthony Miles has played some fine attacking and positional games with the most weird openings.

        The opening, especially the first move , doesn't define the game , you do.

  • #38
    BronsteinPawn wrote:
    triggerlips escribió:

    How can someone playing 2300 players have no clue about the basics of d4 openings?  

    Welcome to internet chess? Where everything smells like fish and the truth is not true?

    it is because they new some move orders among their own group of people after that they are blunt. happy.png for example they are most played e4 now when they comes closer look at d4 they do not have solid knowledge of line. i am worst d4 player. it is simply i am telling from my experience. 

  • #39

    Forget tricky and trappy. If you are an inexperienced player you should begin with the solid Queen's Gambit Declined and study the games of old school players such as Capablanca and modern heroes like Kramnik.

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