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To all you Queen's Gambit players

  • #61
    MetalRatel escribió:

    Well, I do admit that beating a master in a strategically complex QGD is somewhat satisfying, but there is no greater joy than beating 1000 players with the above 6-move trap. muwhahwhawahahaha

    LOL, I see your point.

    I bet it is!

  • #62
    irahranchad wrote:
    AnuJoesph wrote:

    Actually I kind of feel sorry for you, because your life is probably as boring as the boring-crap opening you play. Same crap every time. Is this honestly fun for you?

    You are everything normal people find wrong with chess. You're the reason they wonder why we push around pieces in silence all day, because you play an opening where your best hope possible is maybe getting up a pawn that you can maybe queen way later. Forget kingside attacks. In fact, forget any kind of fun whatsoever. That's right. You traded all the fun anyone ever has with chess for a 1.5% greater chance of winning. If you weren't such a brainlet boring no-life piece of crap you would choose an opening that was actually more fun than watching paint dry and would win with that.

    "My favorite chess opening is the queen's gambit. Also my favorite movie is Citizen Kane, my favorite band is the Beatles, and my favorite TV show is the Sopranos. Look at my refined taste, plebeians."

    Go crap yourself you insubordinate little crap.

    Foolish question and idiotic Forum. What about you - My favorite opening is e4 , band is Kickstarts gangsters , food is poisoned snake fry , drink is rat-poison , actor is Swanscheneger etc.

    Gawd that was terrible.

  • #63

    Looks like someone needs to go back on their meds.

  • #64

    AnuJoesph wrote:

    Actually I kind of feel sorry for you, because your life is probably as boring as the boring-crap opening you play. Same crap every time. Is this honestly fun for you?

    You are everything normal people find wrong with chess. You're the reason they wonder why we push around pieces in silence all day, because you play an opening where your best hope possible is maybe getting up a pawn that you can maybe queen way later. Forget kingside attacks. In fact, forget any kind of fun whatsoever. That's right. You traded all the fun anyone ever has with chess for a 1.5% greater chance of winning. If you weren't such a brainlet boring no-life piece of crap you would choose an opening that was actually more fun than watching paint dry and would win with that.

    "My favorite chess opening is the queen's gambit. Also my favorite movie is Citizen Kane, my favorite band is the Beatles, and my favorite TV show is the Sopranos. Look at my refined taste, plebeians."

    Go crap yourself you insubordinate little crap.

    And why should you care? That type of strategy is perfect for major tournaments. And, if you hate Queen's Gambit so much, play Kings Indian or something. I don't play 1.d4 but I see no reason why someone is literally making a thread on this. Who cares about "fun" when you want to win?
  • #65

    OP is right, winning with the Queens Gambit must feel like winning by a swindle.

  • #66

    Yae muckle scunner! There's no Berlin endgame there.

  • #67

    Berlin Smerlin, opposite castling is the only way to play with any dignity these days. tongue.png

     

  • #68

    Caruana has tried 5. Nc3!? in that variant (Caruana vs. Anand, London Chess Classic 2017), which transposes to a secondary variant of Four Knights, also leading to positions with opposite castlings.

  • #69

    Caruana my man! now that boy knows dignity and self respect, except when he's playing the French. The French is the Queens gambit of Kings pawn defenses, Only defense that leads to self respect is the Dragon. Here is how you can maintain your human dignity while playing against the French, again you must castle Queenside.

     

  • #70

    It is a pity the OP is missing out on the richness of chess itself. There are lines in the Queen's Gambit that can be quite aggressive. The tarrasch is solid but strategically complex. The semi slav is downright mind blowing in some of the main lines. The ragozin is not without it's tactical moments. Open your games however you like but don't miss the forest for the trees.

  • #71

    well i beat this person with Queen's gambit opening and look he is here with his big fat tears. People now a days frustrated with their opponent's moves too. silly. If you play chess be strong mentally to face these lose or draws. It could be boring but you will not get victory in just under 10 moves everytime! This should be deleted lol

  • #72
    Nic_Olas wrote:

    It is a pity the OP is missing out on the richness of chess itself. There are lines in the Queen's Gambit that can be quite aggressive. The tarrasch is solid but strategically complex. The semi slav is downright mind blowing in some of the main lines. The ragozin is not without it's tactical moments. Open your games however you like but don't miss the forest for the trees.

    that's absolutely true. the way Kasparov or Simon Williams play the Queen's Gambit is actually quite exciting. but I think OP is mainly talking about players who exchange all the pieces in order to play against the IQP or get excited about a minority attack... in my opinion these players are just boring. of course, they are absolutely entitled to play that way; I just don't like it

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