Example: This opening led to the game that I used for my puzzle #1 with my father (who played as white)...1. e4 c5; 2. Qh5 d6; Bb5+Does anyone know what to do with that opening?I freaked when my Dad did that to me also.(8yrs old) Panicing I moved without thinking, and he had me checkmated shortly after.It seems to me that If White opened with 1. e4 wouldn't you possibly counter with Nf6 to keep the Queen at bay.Or maybe move a different pawn?Wary
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