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Muhamed Muslimovic vs Faruk Bistric
Neum, BIH-chT2 (2003), ?, rd 4, Aug-23
Indian Game: Pawn Push Variation (A45)  ·  0-1
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Feb-01-06  who: I'm wondering about 2.d5, but in any event if white is to take advantage of the open f-file he needs to develop quickly. The clogging of pieces that occurs after 4.Nc3 Bb4 5.Bd2 is certainly no good. Perhaps 4.Bg5 would work with 5.e3, threatining 6.Bxf6 and 7.Qh5+.
Jun-29-06  McCool: I'm wondering about 23 Ng6+??
Jun-29-06  nikolaas: 2.♙d5 look suspicious indeed. I'd love to play the positions that arise after it with black. After 4.♗g5 as you suggested, black can castle, intending to capture with the rook in case of ♗xf6, putting pressure on f2.

<McCool> I don't see anything better than 23.♘g6+ The only way for the queen to get retreat is 23.♕xd5, but then 23...♘f3+ would still win her majesty.

Then again, I might be wrong.

May-28-07  Dr.Lecter: But what if after 1.d4 Nf6 2.d5 e6 3.c4? Wouldn't it look okay for White? Or is there a tactical refutation I'm missing
Mar-10-08  james biwi: on 1d4 nf6 2d5 e6 3.c4 b5. looks interesting
Apr-08-08  D.Observer: What's wrong with 2. d5?
Mar-16-11  Maatalkko: My friend C took up chess last year. He had no book training so he "invented" this opening. We called it the C Attack. As <Dr.Lecter> suggests, 3. c4 was our "main line". There's no "refutation" to it. I showed it to a friend who's 2350 strength and we looked at it for a while. We concluded it's basically equal. I'll try to recall the analysis and post it here soon. Try out the C Attack! It always confuses people, and if white gets his pawn to e4 he has a good game (in the equal line I mentioned Black prevented this).
Mar-16-11  ARubinstein: <maatalkko> it's abysmal.
Mar-17-11  Maatalkko: <ARubenstein> Want to play a correspondence game? It's your move after 2. d5. Let's see what happens. I don't think it's that bad. People certainly don't find strong responses in 3 minute games on ICC.
Mar-17-11  Maatalkko: And on the honor system, if you'd like to play, no computers. I am certainly not spending my time watching Fritz waffle between evaluations.
Mar-17-11  ARubinstein: No, I don't want to play a correspondence game. It is a horrible opening in my opinion, as Black equalizes very easily and very quickly. But to each his own.
Feb-27-13  perfectimpact: I encountered this opening in a game on Chess.com and I won with black in 30 moves.
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