waxythread13 (el 18/04/14 a las 2:22 am)
clawpuss2 (el 26/11/13 a las 8:59 am)
Excellent video, many thanks!
Jeane Adix (el 15/12/11 a las 3:55 am)
Awesome!!! I love watch chess moves.!!
neotron11 (el 15/12/12 a las 4:08 am)
From my analysis with Rybka black should play cxd4 immediately and not 0-0,
then after cxd4 Nc6 and after whites Be3, black should play Qa5+, and if
Bd2 Qd8, and if Be3 Qa5 again, and you get threefold, or if Qd2 then Qxd2
Kxd2 0-0 and black is okay. with =0.00 equal game
Matthew Coulson (el 19/02/13 a las 3:21 pm)
edngines dont have a clue about opening theory... there are too many peices
on the board giving too high a game tree complexity, try playing any engine
without an opening book and watch it play stupid moves.
ALVARINBO (el 08/06/12 a las 7:59 pm)
great overview of the opening and the ideas of how to play it !! thanks!!
blackosaurious (el 08/11/11 a las 6:37 pm)
First and Thnks!c you did flawless explanaition
mopopo11 (el 20/11/11 a las 2:54 pm)
quick question for you, if you see this that is. For the queens pawn
opening to win that pawn back how do you feel about checking the king with
the king then recapturing that pawn?
jon wil (el 08/11/11 a las 11:16 pm)
Very informative; thank you.
Russ Bastable (el 15/10/12 a las 5:45 am)
Well, you can't check a King with a King, so I will assume you are
referring to Qa4+ followed by recapturing on c4, which I often play. For
what its worth: It's not really the best because the Queen can be a target.
That said, I usually just retreat the Q to c2 and play a3 to keep Black's
Knight out of b4 with no problems.