Scandinavian defense

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Miguel Pires    (2007-01-26)
Scandinavian defense

Hi, I wana sugest a new thematical tournament: 1. e4 d5; 2. exd5 Nf6 I think is called the Portuguese atack in the scandinavian defense. What you think?

Thibault de Vassal    (2007-01-26 22:30:32)
Scandinavian defense

Hi Miguel.

That's a nice idea. Great opening with interesting recent developments.

Waiting list is now open ;)

Miguel Pires    (2007-01-27 00:09:54)

and i hoppe some strong players came to play to.

Jaimie Wilson    (2007-01-27 01:44:28)

I thought the Portuguese attack referred specifically to the line 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Nf6 3.d4 Bg4!? which would certainly make for an interesting thematic tournament.

Thibault de Vassal    (2007-01-27 02:04:53)

Do not listen to Miguel too much... there would be a portuguese variation in every opening ! :)

Miguel Pires    (2007-01-27 11:09:59)
Thibault de Vassal

I can't say if the portuguese attack start's with Nf6 or after d4 Bg4, because i never study this. Like you say i find a new line that was "invented" by portugueses: 1.d4 d6; 2. c4 e5; 3. dxe5 Nc6!? IS called (in Portugal) The Gambit of Barreiro. when you wana you can start a new thematicall tournament





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