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Member since Nov-23-05 · Last seen Dec-17-18
How to get a 2000 blitz rating on fics:

As black always respond to e4 with c6 and to d4 with e6 intending a bishop check on b4 should c4 follow d4 and if not then play a queens indian setup

As white play something flexible like nf3: vs d5 play same as with black but with extra tempo e.g. nf3 d5 e3. If black plays something else it would usually be a dutch defence (play fianchetto variations of these) or something with e5 and eventually f5 or sicilian type setups with c5 (aim for equality here by symmetry and just move quickly)

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   Oct-25-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: Your guess is wrong, I have never created another account on this website, let alone used one to post messages here. Having said that, there is no way to prove that you are wrong and ,since you seem like quite the paranoid type, I'm sure that any message posted by anyone that
   Oct-23-18 chessforum (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: <parisattack> Would you mind providing me with the details of this other chess forum?
   Oct-19-18 YouRang chessforum (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: Is there anyone still playing chess on fics chessforum ?
   Sep-22-18 Tryfon Gavriel
FICSwoodpusher: <kingscrusher> your recommendation is 1. Nf3 f5 2. d3 Nc6 3. e4 e5 4. d4 ... which is a sort of falkbeer (is that the one where black plays d5 in response to the kings gambit? not sure) countergambit with colours reversed. What about 1. Nf3 f5 2. d3 Nc6 3. d4 ... and ...
   Aug-11-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: Chessgames does not have any games played by Shreyas Royal? Shreyas Royal: Child chess prodigy's family can stay in UK
   Sep-21-16 A Medina Garcia vs Gligoric, 1968 (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: For those who want to learn how to play bughouse, I have started a blog. Hopefully it will be of some benefit to someone learning how to play bughouse. If you are interested, ask me for the link.
   Sep-18-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: I have started a blog on bughouse (it is a chess variant). My blog is intended to be a guide for those who are new to bughouse. If anyone is interested, please let me know and I will give you the link to my blog.
   Sep-07-16 E Torre vs W Kobese, 2016
FICSwoodpusher: After 11. e4 the pawn structure reminds me of the opening ==> Czech Benoni. I don't claim to be any good at chess but it seems to me that this sort of transposition was not a good one for the black pieces. The black knight on d7 is blocking his own bishop which will be ...
   Sep-07-16 D Cawdery vs J P Gomez, 2016
FICSwoodpusher: Why didn't black play on?
   Sep-06-16 Markus Ragger (replies)
FICSwoodpusher: Regarding the following game K Solomon vs M Ragger, 2016 Could someone explain to me why white agreed to a draw when he could have gone for a win against the much higher rated opponent? At the time this game was finishing off, South Africa had already secured the match by ...
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