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If 6... Nxd4 then 7.c3 and if 7...Nc6 8.Bxd5 or if 7...Ne6 8.Qxd5, in both cases winning a piece
@sic and jbzdarkid
I think it's because 6. ... Nxd4 7. Nxf7 Kxf7 8. Qh5+ g6 9. Qxe5 Nxc2+ 10. Kf1 Bd6 11. Qxh8 12. Nxa1 Qxh7+ 13. Bg7
But I'm probably wrong, since I've never heard of the Lolli Attack until now (and that line looks terrible anyways. I just produced this line from thin air without going through it with a chess board).
What if black plays Nxd4
Bb4+ having a high win percentage is just a statistical anomaly; only four games have been played with it.
Bb4+ seems to have a good winning percentage. Why?
jbzdarkid, Nxd4 loses immediately to c3!! winning a piece
c3 retreats the knight then black's d5 knight is lost
I could play Nxf7.
Could someone explain why Nxd4 (which seems the obvious move) is bad?
this is an excellent opening for white. I try to play it all the time. (almost all the time)
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