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  1. Standard member ivan2908
    SelfProclaimedTitler
    17 Jun '08 15:30 / 1 edit
    http://www.beginnersgame.com/page_2.htm



    One of the most amazing parts ;

    "This new system of playing chess is absolutely the simplest imaginable! Even a complete beginner can learn to play the basic opening in a few minutes! In a few hours he will be able to play well beyond the opening, and know a large number of strong variant lines. With this system any beginner develops unbelievably fast into a solid player, able to confront even expert opponents and offer them a tough game!"


    Another ;

    "If you play chess seriously, then take this announcement seriously because all of the current opening practice of chess is being challenged! This system is better than anything you have ever seen! Try it and you will see, and soon be convinced, it is absolutely the best ever found!"



  2. 17 Jun '08 15:38
    Originally posted by ivan2908
    http://www.beginnersgame.com/page_2.htm



    One of the most amazing parts ;

    "This new system of playing chess is absolutely the simplest imaginable! Even a complete beginner can learn to play the basic opening in a few minutes! In a few hours he will be able to play well beyond the opening, and know a large number of strong variant lines. With this ...[text shortened]... it and you will see, and soon be convinced, it is absolutely the best ever found!"



    If they say so, it must be so, doesn't it? They don't lie, do they?

    You have to learn to trust people!

  3. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    17 Jun '08 15:58
    Originally posted by ivan2908
    http://www.beginnersgame.com/page_2.htm



    One of the most amazing parts ;

    "This new system of playing chess is absolutely the simplest imaginable! Even a complete beginner can learn to play the basic opening in a few minutes! In a few hours he will be able to play well beyond the opening, and know a large number of strong variant lines. With this ...[text shortened]... it and you will see, and soon be convinced, it is absolutely the best ever found!"



    Never mind all that!

    http://www.beginnersgame.com/page_9.htm
  4. 17 Jun '08 16:17
    Download the PDF and read it. What would you answer the amazing invention 1.e3 ?
  5. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    17 Jun '08 16:39
    1. b3 e5
    2. Bb2 Nc6
    3. d3 d5
    4. Nd2 Nf6
    5. g3 Bd6
    6. Bg2 O-O
    7. e3 Bg4
    8. Ne2 Qd7
    9. h3 Bxe2
    10. Qxe2 a5
    11. a3 Bc5
    12. O-O Rfd8
    13. f4 exf4
    14. Rxf4 Qe6
    15. d4 Bd6
    16. Rf3 a4
    17. b4 Nxb4
    18. axb4 Bxb4
    19. Ba3 Bxa3
    20. Rxa3 Qe7
    21. Ra1 a3
    22. Raf1 Rd6
    23. Rf5 a2
    24. Nb3 Re6
    25. Re1 c6
    26. Rff1 b6
    27. c3 Ra3
    28. Na1 Ne4
    29. Bxe4 Rxe4
    30. Rf4 Rxf4
    31. exf4 Qxe2
    32. Rxe2 h5
    33. Kf2 c5
    34. h4 cxd4
    35. cxd4 Ra4
    36. Rb2 Ra6
    37. Rb5 g6
    38. Rxd5 Kf8
    39. Re5 Ra4
    40. d5 Ra7
    41. d6 b5
    42. Re2 b4
    43. d7 Rxd7
    44. Rxa2 Ke7
    45. Rb2 Rd1
    46. Nb3 Kd6
    47. Rd2+ Rxd2+
    48. Nxd2 Kc5
    49. Ke2 Kd4
    50. Kf3 Kd3
    51. Nb3 Kc3
    52. Na5 Kd2
    53. Nc6 b3
    54. Na5 b2
    55. Nc4+ Kc3
    56. Nxb2 Kd4
    57. g4 Kd5
    58. gxh5 gxh5
    59. Nd3 f5
    60. Ke3 Kd6
    61. Kd4 Ke6
    62. Nf2 Kf6
    63. Nh1 Ke6
    64. Ng3 Kf6
    65. Nxh5+ Ke6
    66. Ng3 Kf6
    67. h5 Ke6
    68. h6 Kf7
    69. Nxf5 Kg8
    70. Ke5 Kh8
    71. Ke6 Kg8
    72. Ne3 Kh7
    73. Ng4 Kg6
    74. f5+ Kg5
    75. h7 Kxg4
    76. h8=Q Kf3
    77. f6 Ke4
    78. f7 Kd3
    79. f8=Q Kc4
    80. Qd6 Kb3
    81. Qc8 Ka2
    82. Qb6 Ka3
    83. Qa8++

    Does White with with the system, or poor play by black?
  6. 17 Jun '08 17:17 / 1 edit
    I remember coming up with that formation except I used it as black... and I could make it into the endgame every time... I guess using it as white would make more sense...

    When I was first experimenting with opening structures that formation seemed somewhat intriguing but I never investigated it further.

    Its playable... Don't know if it could be at master level. Its passive... but maybe modern theory has shown that too aggressive of play weakens your structure?

    Having your knights at e2 and d2 is very flexible, they can go almost anywhere from there.
  7. 17 Jun '08 17:19
    Heres is the book:
    http://www.beginnersgame.com/TheBeginner'sGame.pdf
  8. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    17 Jun '08 17:45
    Originally posted by ChessJester
    I remember coming up with that formation except I used it as black... and I could make it into the endgame every time... I guess using it as white would make more sense...

    When I was first experimenting with opening structures that formation seemed somewhat intriguing but I never investigated it further.

    Its playable... Don't know if it could be a ...[text shortened]... ?

    Having your knights at e2 and d2 is very flexible, they can go almost anywhere from there.
    The PDF is saying you play it as black or white.

    P-