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Game analysis - The Herrstrom gambit 1.Nf3 g5!? #8

@Fates2 but AlphaZero always leads the way!


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Game analysis - The Herrstrom gambit 1.Nf3 g5!? #6

@Fates2 you could also try the Wayward Queen Attack, Kiddie Countergambit! And while we're at it, why not play the Fool's Mate? Leads to very decisive games with both colours! xD


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General Chess Discussion - Opponent adding time#5

@Cohomology12 After losing some people wan revenge, so they let the clock run to zero. I sometimes give these people extra time to discourage that


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General Chess Discussion - Opponent adding time#3

@sfumatosauce disabling time increases helps people who try to time out, without providing any real benefits


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General Chess Discussion - Traxler counterattack surprise#4

@Ben2006Tor why would white play 5.Nxf7 when 5.Bxf7 and 5.d4 are better moves? https://lichess.org/dOjaHQh3


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Game analysis - The Re1 Berlin strikes again (2200 vs 2460)#11

@JARANDujo yes these are all good points! (and a great game too!) Just pointing out that the ellipsis is traditionally used for when it's black's move (e.g. 2...Nc6) :D


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Game analysis - The Re1 Berlin strikes again (2200 vs 2460)#8

@JARANDujo I must say though, if 5.Re1 is the best they can come up with then the Berlin must be a pretty great opening and I don't see why people are still playing other openings against 1.e4.


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Game analysis - The Re1 Berlin strikes again (2200 vs 2460)#7

@Roper300 5.Re1 is what all the elite players are playing these days


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Game analysis - I beat a strong Grandmaster in 23 moves#17

@tpr OK, thanks.


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General Chess Discussion - Found this gem of a game#3

@Requir a commentary of this game I found: 1. c4 (Huebner obviously likes that move) 1. ...Nf6 2.Nf3, g6 (Sajtar is finally happy, everything is played by the chess theory) 3. Ng1 (but.... White cha…


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