What would you if the opponent did this?

benjaminholmbeck

 

notmtwain
benjaminholmbeck wrote:

 

I would recommend that they start taking some lessons. The basic beginner lessons on how to open a chess game would be a good place to start.

glamdring27

Well, I'd certainly never play those moves as White in the first place, but if they did it in response to my more regular moves I'd just happily carry on developing pieces and win.  Then move on!

benjaminholmbeck

1. Please submit your move.

2. I just meant "what would you do if white did this"

3. I had to move the knight in order to move something though I wanted everything to be normal in the end.

Laskersnephew

Put a pawn in the center, develop my pieces, castle early. There's no reason to deviate from normal opening principles. White's queen might be a little exposed, so you should be alert fro tactical opportunities, but in any case, you want to get a share of the center, get your pieces out, and get your king safe. A, B, C

Trollhunter666

Putting the Knight back to its original square is a wasted move.  White was threatening d5.  Maybe play d5 yourself to prevent white playing it.

glamdring27

White has played 3 moves, black has effectively played none, so I would no more be Black in this position than I would be White.

Laskersnephew

"Please submit your move" makes no sense. Black's choice on move 3 would greatly depend on what his first two moves were. Obviously Black would never play the sequence you gave. Try something sane like 1.d4 d5 2.Qd3 Nf6 3.Bd2 c5! and Black is already better. Qd3 on move 2 seems pretty dumb

benjaminholmbeck

I mean just show me what you would do

glamdring27

I'd demand to know why I didn't have control over my first 2 moves.

notmtwain
benjaminholmbeck wrote:

I mean just show me what you would do

No one would play those moves on either side unless they were an absolute beginner or a troll.

Which are you?

Phoenix_hlight

why retreat the night in the first place 

AbnormalPlot

A good idea in these type of openings is to stick to your plan and not worry to much what type of blunders your opponent makes (This goes for white and black)

DamonevicSmithlov

I'd be like:

Laskersnephew

To the OP: What, exactly, are you trying to ask? I suspect you are trying to figure out what Black should play if White adopts the formation pawn on d4, Queen on d3, and Bishop of d2.  Is that right? But that formation will never occur in a vacuum. Black will have to have played 2 moves himself, and we can all agree that they will never by Nc6 followed by Nb8! To make any attempt at answering  your question, you would have to examine some plausible  sequence of moves 

1.d4 d5 2.Qd3 Nf6 3.Bd2 c5! Black is a bit better

1.d4 Nf3 2.Qd3 g3 3.Bd2 d5! Black is a bit  better

Make up some examples of your own

 

KinkyKool

Are you asking from White or Black's perspective? Since neither started off particularly well.

If your opponent wants to play about and waste moves in the opening then let them and focus on developing your pieces and grab the centre before they can. They will regret it later in the game.

Laskersnephew

From his previous comments I infer that the OP is concerned with how to deal with White's setup with d4 Qd3 and Bd2. The moves he gave for Black were just arbitrary moves that allowed him to set up White's position.