Originally posted by chessisvanityyou could always play Qf6 and Bc5 and see how he likes it..
i've seen this a couple of times and the first time i was caught off guard.....the second time i got a cramped position as black.
The moves are 1.e4....e5 2.Qh5.....
i played 2...Nc6 and he played 3.Bc4....
anyone know a line that i can play as black to let white know he shoulda left his king at home?
Originally posted by chessisvanityI used to get this $hit on blitz & you end up playing 2...Nc6, 3...g6, 4...Nf6 with a later ...Bg7 & ...0-0 behind the fianchetto.
Thank you....looks good for me.....1.e4....e5 2.Qh5....Nc6 3.Bc4.....g6!
Originally posted by chessisvanityThis might very well be a game in progress. Game 3890289.
4.Nf3 now what?......d6?
Originally posted by dsmfireIf he asked advice for that game it's clear he didn't follow it
This might very well be a game in progress. Game 3890289.
1. If so, why do you ask for help from other players during a game in progress? Read the site-rules.
2. Why do people comment games in progress?
Originally posted by ouwe belgI don't see why you couldn't ask about previous moves in a line.
If he asked advice for that game it's clear he didn't follow it
I actually find this a bit troublesome.Let's say I have a scotch game going,then I can't ask advice about a previous scotch game?
Originally posted by SquelchbelchYes,I would agree with you.It's only normal,imo.
I don't see why you couldn't ask about previous moves in a line.
You cannot ask for help in a present or potential future position in a G.I.P though, even if you also played the same line before in a completed game.
That is outside assistance.
Originally posted by SquelchbelchWhy fianchetto? It limits the activity of the bishop due to the pawn on e5
I used to get this $hit on blitz & you end up playing 2...Nc6, 3...g6, 4...Nf6 with a later ...Bg7 & ...0-0 behind the fianchetto.
Basically white loses the move & gives black a very pleasant, solid opening something like this:
white to move
[fen]r1bq1rk1/pppp1pbp/2n2np1/4p3/2B1P3/2N2Q2/PPPPNPPP/R1B1K2R w KQ - 0 7[/fen]