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  1. 27 Nov '05 05:10 / 1 edit
    This may be an existing opening, i dont know bult here it is.
    I call it "Opened Bishops, Knights Defense" Here are the moves.
    1.Nf3
    2.D4
    3.Nc3
    4.E4
    It's fairly good, depending on what your opponent plays. The above tab is from white's view, so when playing black you may have to adjust.
    This opens your bishops, while the 2 pawns are controlling 4 center squares, and guarding your pawns are your knights,not to mention the knights are in good positions to attack the center.
  2. Standard member Amaurote
    No Name Maddox
    27 Nov '05 10:07
    Thank you, trallphaz, it's a crappy Sunday but that one made me smile.
  3. 27 Nov '05 10:28
    No comments on your game in process please.
  4. 27 Nov '05 13:45
    lol!
  5. Standard member Santa Drummer
    I AM INNOCENT
    27 Nov '05 15:39
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    This may be an existing opening, i dont know bult here it is.
    I call it "Opened Bishops, Knights Defense" Here are the moves.
    1.Nf3
    2.D4
    3.Nc3
    4.E4
    It's fairly good, depending on what your opponent plays. The above tab is from white's view, so when playing black you may have to adjust.
    This opens your bishops, while the 2 pawns are controlling 4 ...[text shortened]... ur pawns are your knights,not to mention the knights are in good positions to attack the center.
    LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LLLLLLLLLLLLLL

    sry did you detect sarcasm?
  6. 27 Nov '05 15:42
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    This may be an existing opening, i dont know bult here it is.
    I call it "Opened Bishops, Knights Defense" Here are the moves.
    1.Nf3
    2.D4
    3.Nc3
    4.E4
    It's fairly good, depending on what your opponent plays. The above tab is from white's view, so when playing black you may have to adjust.
    This opens your bishops, while the 2 pawns are controlling 4 ...[text shortened]... ur pawns are your knights,not to mention the knights are in good positions to attack the center.
    I doubt you'll get to play 4. e4 without losing a pawn.
  7. 27 Nov '05 18:40
    Originally posted by schakuhr
    I doubt you'll get to play 4. e4 without losing a pawn.
    I doubt he'd play 3) Nc3 without losing a piece against me!
  8. 27 Nov '05 18:46 / 1 edit
    Here's a better opening, which also depends on what your opponent plays.

    1. e4
    2. Qf3
    3. Bc4
    4. Qxf7++
  9. 27 Nov '05 19:05
    Originally posted by dpressnell
    Here's a better opening, which also depends on what your opponent plays.

    1. e4
    2. Qf3
    3. Bc4
    4. Qxf7++
    Don't be silly, queen out early? thats just asking for loss of tempi... and surely you want that f3 square for your knight?
  10. Standard member Yuga
    Renaissance
    27 Nov '05 19:29
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    This may be an existing opening, i dont know bult here it is.
    I call it "Opened Bishops, Knights Defense" Here are the moves.
    1.Nf3
    2.D4
    3.Nc3
    4.E4
    It's fairly good, depending on what your opponent plays. The above tab is from white's view, so when playing black you may have to adjust.
    This opens your bishops, while the 2 pawns are controlling 4 ...[text shortened]... ur pawns are your knights,not to mention the knights are in good positions to attack the center.
    Makes my day too. He might be on to something...

    Shame that black has moves in between.
  11. 27 Nov '05 20:23
    Thats called a fools mate, and its ok, but the move of the opponents knight on the kingside towards the center foils it instantly
  12. 27 Nov '05 20:24
    Originally posted by dpressnell
    Here's a better opening, which also depends on what your opponent plays.

    1. e4
    2. Qf3
    3. Bc4
    4. Qxf7++
    the message that goes here is above. I messed up.
  13. 27 Nov '05 20:31
    All i want to know is how the op got a rec????
  14. 27 Nov '05 21:15
    Originally posted by Sicilian Smaug
    thats scholars mate not fools mate. Fools mate goes..
    1)f4..e6
    2)g4..Qh4#
    theres more than one fools mate. many variations...
  15. 27 Nov '05 21:15
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    the move of the opponents knight on the kingside towards the center foils it instantly
    Well, if you want to allow the opponent to move, then yeah, that can be a problem.

    Opponents are always messing up good openings.

    Take this for example:

    1. Nf3 e5
    2. d4 e4
    3. Nc3 exf3