Originally posted by Steve ExeterI believe that looks like the pawns attack! Isn't it called four pawns attack? Sorry, I just read the last response. Yeah, that's right. Four Pawns attack! Neat little opening. hehe I don't know if I'd like to play it though.
[fen]rnbqk2r/pp2ppbp/3p1np1/2p5/2PPPP2/2N5/PP4PP/R1BQKBNR w KQkq c6 0 6[/fen]
Originally posted by XanthosNZI'm just wondering, Xanthos, is that pawn on b2 poisoned?
I've got some experience with this line.
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. f4
The most common response is 5. ... 0-0 (it's what I play when facing it). The position Exy gave was after 5. ... c5.
Originally posted by Amaurote12. ... Qxb2?! 13. Na4 (double attack) Qa3 (13. ... Qb4? 14. Rb1 15. Qa3 Bc1 +-) 14. Bc1 Qb4 15. Bd2 = (if white wants a draw then he can have one as black would be at a disadvantage if he didn't repeat the position)
I'm just wondering, Xanthos, is that pawn on b2 poisoned?