Originally posted by tmstwrt88I think this is a good opening - for black.
because years of studying by grandmasters is not enough for me.
[pgn]1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Nxe5 Nxe5 4. Qf3 Nxf3 5. Kd1[/pgn]
you see, you give up your queen and a knight and your kings chance to castle all in just 5 moves.
anyone think I've found something that all the greatest players in the world for the past couple of hundred years haven't found?
Originally posted by SophyGood advice. The king is a strong piece and many beginners fear bringing him out too early. The truth is, it is never too early to develop him.
How to not play chess, Why you don't fianchetto your knights ? You can alos bring the king in the game, it is a good piece and hiding it in the corner is playing whitout a piece.
Originally posted by greenpawn34Pffft thats a terrible plan you would have to move both knights twice to get that position. Only a complete novice would move a knight not once, but twice...twice.
Terrible - Only a complete novice playing Black would move
a Knight not once, not twice, but three times in the opening.
Here is a new opening plan. Fianchetto your Rooks!
[fen]8/8/8/8/8/1P4P1/PRPPPPRP/1NBQKBN1 w - -[/fen]
Originally posted by greenpawn34In bobby fischers 61st memorable game he refutes this opening. That is why Nimzovitch never published My system II. He was so embarrased about supporting a refuted opening that he scrapped the whole book and threw it in a dustbin.
The Knights end up on b1 & g1 covering a3,c3,f3 and h3.
Nimzovitch advocates this opening in My System Part II which
was never published but I found the manuscript in a dustbin
outside his house.