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@doom12384 #1 Congratulations for that victory! In fact, the exchange sacrifice on f3 is as frequent as the rest of the other one on c3. Here you are two examples: https://lichess.org/PUkFWiTK/black
@schittering06 #1 Looks good. Nice job !
@doom12384 #1 Great, well done !
https://lichess.org/xgJEr9dF/black#33 Although it usually occurs on c3 rather than on f3, I decided to play the thematic Sicilian exchange sacrifice to weaken the white king position. A mere two mo
@hangrad #3 You gave black the option to trade on d5, while you could not recapture with a piece. That is often not what white wants in those kind of positions. Apart from that I found it a pretty d
I made a study, it's not finished yet, but if you have feedback or suggestions, feel free to share it with me, here you can find my study : https://lichess.org/study/sfo6G6FU
Why is it called Adams Attack, not Fischer Attack? How do you like my game? Any advice?
@hangrad #1 6.h2h3 was already played by the chess genius and former WC Bobby Fischer. White prevents Ng4, and can play g2g4 or g2g3. I've looked up the brilliant game with it. Fischer - Najdorg
https://lichess.org/4l8CQdRd8JRR I am looking for analysis from a strong player like @achja Specifically, is 6. h3 is a good move? This is a very popular opening and insights from strong players w
@achja As usual you have produced a very interesting sharp game. In 1995 Larry Kaufman played 13.Ne2, reactivating the knight. https://lichess.org/Jgw2JArF#24