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Re: Classical Bird's
Reply #3 - 03/22/11 at 21:13:38
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Kristi,

You can't have your cake and eat it.
Either you play a fun opening with very little theory, or you go for something encyclopedic...
  
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Re: Classical Bird's
Reply #2 - 03/14/11 at 09:55:59
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A recent discussion is here:
http://www.chesspub.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1277001604
There you will also find some links to resources on the Internet.
  
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Re: Classical Bird's
Reply #1 - 03/14/11 at 05:10:19
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who is we?

There isn't much on the birds because its not a very good opening or that popular. There are a few threads though on it in this forum (particularly the Froms Gambit) as well as Taylors book if you look back through this forum's older threads you will find them.
  
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Classical Bird's
03/13/11 at 00:42:07
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Why are there so few games in/resources on the classical Bird's?  Based on what Taylor wrote about it, the only knowledge we have, we have had some success against Experts and A players.  We would like to learn more... a lot more.
  

På denne måten, i intervaller både målbare og ikke, er vår barndom stjålet fra oss, ikke alltid i en betydningsfull hendelse, men ofte i en serie av små ran, som legger opp til samme tap.
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