Annotated by ethansiegel (1856): I've never been one to get good positions against the scandinavian (1. e4 d5), but I think I wound up understanding this position pretty well. The result is quicker than Tyson vs. Spinks. ...good enough for Fischer, good enough for me. This is what black typically goes for in the opening, getting his queen out early. I like 2. ...Nf6 better for black, though. Now, white has the tempo here,…|
Annotated by longtail99 (1922): Part of my series of annotations explaining the Scandinavian Defence, 1.e4 d5 The modern alternative to ..Qa5 The queen on d6 is vulnerable to tactics involving Nb5, so ..a6 is almost always played in ..Qd6 systems A line that leads to sharp play. 6.. g6 is a popular alternative The alternative 8. h3 is also good ?! Gameknot is good for trying experiments. This move looks totally…|
Annotated by 31415 (1346): according whith the comment of mariodag in my last annotation ("1. E4 - F5, black mate white at 10th move !" of 27/08/2012) i diced to find an other less risky defense against E4.
So let's try this old scandinavian one !
if the gambit is accepted, i will take whith the queen and after 3.Nc3, i will play Qd6 to keep occuping the center (but i'm afraid because it looks risky, i whould not…|
Annotated by gazdvez (1200): Scandinavien. For an equal game enough, takes away whites' openingplans. I was the lower rated, so I wanted preventing the combinations, what I donot knew. White plays very activ for my f7 square, what the weakest pawn is. I move my pieces with tempos. Playing for c5. Two active pieces was exchanged for my passivs, and I pushed c5 with tempo. The white bishop is out of game.…|