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this is a game made by me[Variant "Crazyhouse"] 1. e3 d5 2. d4 e6 3. Nc3 Ne7 4. Be2 Ng6 5. Nf3 Bb4 6. Bd2 Bxc3 7. Bxc3 h6 8. O-O Nc6 9. Qd2 O-O 10. Bd3 N@c4 11. Bxc4 dxc4 12. B@e4 B@d5 13. Bxd5
Has anyone composed some crazyhouse mate puzzles? I would be interested in solving them (trying to). Thanks.
I know it seems quite an odd statement ,but there are several systems that are playable even though they are quite bad, according to computer analysis. One of them is the rook lift when we place i
I'd be happy to play some corrispondence zh games with strong opponents... if anybody is interested please contact me
oh so did you do this study yet? @FischyVishy
yes I looked back at my study on that and b3 Bd6 is much easier to play as white (b3 is what I usually play), but also 8 Bb5+ is an option and actually Stockfish suggests it, even if I think it's tric
@the-lone-wolf If I remember correctly, the line continues b3 Bd6 and it's still a game, alltho I agree white is better. Yes, 7... Ke7 is a mistake -- after b3, black can't develop the bishop from f8.
(this is a top game that shows why the early Ke7 loses, there is that @d7 trick) https://lichess.org/YzFlVm0g#41
@sexy_and_i_know_it Na5 does not hold, analysed it, the line is pretty much Na5 Nxf7 Kxf7 @e6 Ke8 (Ke7 is a blunder) b3 and white is winning with precise play
It's quite popular with JL.