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- Thu Aug 24, 2017 8:38 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Let's Bring Back the Old Rules
- Replies: 43
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In the thread on Bxc6 in Spanish Stewart thinks 1.e4 e5 2.Qh5 Ke2 ? is possibly the worst ever move. I agree but 3.Ke2?? in the Centre Counter (Scandinavian) is another candidate. 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Ke2 rnb1kbnr/ppp1pppp/8/3q4/8/8/PPPPKPPP/RNBQ1BNR b kq - 0 3 There is a legend regarding this pos...
I have played for this set up before with nc3 first moving into a Vienna. However many Alekhine players play d5 after nc3 and you end up playing e5 (exd is probably ok as well but probably less challenging)Paul Dargan wrote:Or 2.d3 and 3.f4
luckily he is a chuggle. a chess player that doesn't play online, tournaments, county games, just the odd club match and comes down the club regularly. Tricky if he wanted to enter say U120 section with that grade at the moment.
It is though none of these games happened for him: Date Round WB Score Opponent 16/01/2017 0 118406E Sagall, Roy 200C 30/01/2017 1 144163C Spearman, David 196A 27/02/2017 0 224790C Villiers, Thomas 205A 16/03/2017 0 294022L Sygulski, Artur 211E 27/03/2017 0 111346L Goldberg, Jeff A 186B Played: 5 Wo...
Think it is being dealt with by a club mandorin.NickFaulks wrote:I trust you have reported these in time for the revised list.Gavin Hughes wrote:There is a person at my club whose grade is totally wrong and includes games that did not happen.
If you are worried about a grade being too high, I'm sure we can find a few under graded people (mainly juniors) who could dent it. There is a person at my club whose grade is totally wrong and includes games that did not happen. He should be under 100 but has a grade of 165. I'm planning to arrange...