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Member since Nov-13-03 · Last seen Feb-13-04
I came here hoping to get a better grasp on opening concepts, sadly though, it all just goes over my head. So of you're reading this and you've pased by a stupid-sounding question by me; PLEASE help!

USCF rating is ~600P I've played in 24 rated games so my rating will be established soon...

My favorite opening system is the 4 Knights' System (A favorite among most of my friends), and im trying to figure out how to play the Scotch without getting beaten to a pulp

   cluless has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Nov-15-03 Steinitz vs A B Arnold, 1882 (replies)
cluless: why not 6. Bd3?
   Nov-14-03 Jannisson / Morant vs Pennautier / Maubuisson, 1680 (replies)
cluless: 9. ... Be6 might be interesting...
   Nov-14-03 Castellvi vs Vinyoles, 1475 (replies)
cluless: If they could have Castled then there's no hope for these people (aside from the fact that thier daed). Also I'm quite sure by move 15 if I was black, I would have goten rid of my notation sheet in disgust :P.
   Nov-14-03 Kramnik vs Anand, 1994 (replies)
cluless: for black i mean (sry :P)
   Nov-14-03 R Kempinski vs A Anastasian, 2001 (replies)
cluless: hmm... is this the only time this move has been played? (7. Nh4) and mabey i sound rediculous, but why Nh4? I think im missing something here.
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