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7 hours ago, PeterScott said:

1 d4 d5

2 c4 Nf6

3 cxd5 Nxd5

4 Nf3 c6

5 e4


…Nb6


I’ve had to get the chessboard out now to follow this. 
I thought I’d made a false move but seems ok. 👍

 

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10 hours ago, PeterScott said:

1 d4 d5

2 c4 Nf6

3 cxd5 Nxd5

4 Nf3 c6

5 e4

 

Goliath plays a good game chess and is way above me. However I find making a few very rapid and illogical moves causes him to take a swig of Vodka, if you can do that enough times without losing too many of your pieces then you just might be able to get him whilst his brain is fuddled. :clapping:

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3 minutes ago, dmr said:

 

Goliath plays a good game chess and is way above me. However I find making a few very rapid and illogical moves causes him to take a swig of Vodka, if you can do that enough times without losing too many of your pieces then you just might be able to get him whilst his brain is fuddled. :clapping:


😂look at the game and you’ll see I’m already on a back foot

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20 hours ago, DanielnDorothy said:

You can't go to Mornington Cresent on a diagonal

You can if you're playing under Standard Birmingham Protocols with the Black Country Variation.  But only with the prior permission of the chair.

 

I thought everyone knew that.

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1 hour ago, Dave_P said:

You can if you're playing under Standard Birmingham Protocols with the Black Country Variation.  But only with the prior permission of the chair.

 

I thought everyone knew that.

Yes agreed, but I was referring to Stovold's 2nd amendment (1972) which would had put you in Nidd.

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14 minutes ago, PeterScott said:

1 d4 d5  2 c4 Nf6  3 cxd5 Nxd5   4 Nf3 c6   5 e4 Nb6

6 Nc3 e6  7 Bf4 Bb4  8 Bd3 0-0  9 a3 Bxc3+ 10 bxc3 N6d7

11 Qc2 g6

12 e5

..b6

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