Chess Opening Theory/1. Nh3/1...e5
|Moves: 1. Nh3 e5|
|ECO code: A00|
|Parent: Amar Opening|
1... e5 - Amar Opening[edit | edit source]
Refusing to threaten the Knight. Thus, calling White's bluff. A different way, emphasizing the correctness of one's own Knight, might be 1... Nc6. Then 2. d4 is the Mozarabic Opening — trying to put Black's riposte in the wrong equally.
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