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Pushing d5 might be bad for white but it can gain control due to its space advantage. Maybe depends on who's playing. I don't see any trap available for white after Nc6 and could easily use the c4 and d5 pawn as an outpost to hamper black's development while white fortify his arsenal due it's space.
who cares what kind of name it has? computer says white has +60 to +80
It is NOT Bad and it is called BNT Black Knights Tango.
Im mexican, and it sucks..... sadly
No offence, but it's Mexican.
no offense, but, what kind of opening is this????????
I just beat a guy who played it against me in 26 moves :) A talented Czech player who played imaginatively and aggressively until he blundered, costing him the initiative and 2 pawns. He resigned. We are playing again :)
this opening is bad for black.
Fritz @ 1890 elo plays this against me
It's playable against club players
Wow cool, really? this is called "Mexican defense"?? I hope Mejicanos out there use this kinda opening when they're Black. LOL
@ Novelist, so u admit it can be refuted haha
Pushing d5, which is what my first instinct to do was, seems actually bad for White.
whatever its called it sucks
Cuz kevitz-trajkovich is a common mexican name.
It's actually been called... well all of the names mentioned.
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