Originally posted by MikeZeggelaarMay I ask...are you refering to OTB or Correspondence Chess? Same game I know, but they require a different approach.
Hello everyone. I have an otb rating of around 1850 cfc uscf 1890. I play the french and the classical dutch as black. Now i'm a fairly lazy player when it comes to looking at openings and was trying to decide on playing either a King's Indian Attack or the Colle. I mostly enjoy playing sharp, aggressive games, but I can also play "Silman" chess.
Originally posted by bill718What I do in correspondence chess normally will eventually come out over the board. So I guess I mean that I want to take one up in correspondence chess for the practice and eventually use it over the board.
May I ask...are you refering to OTB or Correspondence Chess? Same game I know, but they require a different approach.
Originally posted by EladarI agree with this. if you want the simplest possible repetoire that still gives reasonable chances, go with the KIA.
If you play the Colle, your opponent can force you out of it. KIA you pretty much do what you do, then make adjustments. For laziness sake, I'd go with KIA.