Originally posted by RahimKI don't see anything wrong with it. Plus what has to prove that his pawn sac was justified, of course black has to also justify taking the pawn.
I was curious what you higher rated players would do here. Black to move, would you take the b-pawn?
[fen]r3k1nr/pp2ppbp/1qn3p1/3pP3/3P1Pb1/4BN2/PP2B1PP/RN1QK2R b KQkq - 0 9[/fen]
I looked at it but I thought it wasn't worth the trouble. It gets messy.
Originally posted by kmac27I don't like the idea of sending my Queen in solo to pick up pawns.
i can't see it rahimk whats up with it? i dont really seem whites method of creating a huge attack or whatever to make up for it. analysis?
Originally posted by RahimKYou're the better chess player, but I think you're wrong . What does white do after 1...Qxb2 2.Nbd2 Nh6 ?
I don't like the idea of sending my Queen in solo to pick up pawns.
White can castle and connect the rooks and go after my exposed queen, attacking it and my king would be uncastled.
Bad development I think for black for a pawn?
Originally posted by RahimKWhat!?!? Get that from a chess program? Are you f***ing kidding me Rahim? I gave you two moves...Do you honestly think I have trouble seeing 2 moves ahead? No, I did not get that from a chess program, I didn't even check it with one. What a lame response. And you didn't even answer my question.
Now tell me you didn't get that from a chess program.
Originally posted by cmsMasterbut perhaps more importantly than that, it allows 0-0.
I was proud of myself for finding that! f5 looks like a juicy outpost.