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Rules Worth Following?
"Jarto" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
The famous Lasker says:
Lasker's rules for the opening
1.Do not move any pawns in the opening of a game but the King and
I prefer 1. Bc4 / QB4
2.Do not move any piece twice in the opening,
This is correct- in principle. Naturally, there are a lot of exceptions.
but put it at once on the right square.
If there is only one: OK!
Counter example: After 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 = Bc4 and Bb5 are good moves.
3.Bring out your knights before developing your bishops,
This is because the knights often have one best sqare (f3, c3; f6,c6) and
1. e4 e5 = Nf3 attacks directly the e5 (instead of Bc4 etc.)
especially the Queen's Bishop.
Hm, why that?
4.Do not pin the adverse King Knight (ie. by Bg5) before your opponent
I would say: No, it is incorrect. Was Lasker afraid of h6 and g5?!?