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Fried Liver Oppening
Anyone know the origin of the name of the fried liver opening? Well... at least I think its called fried liver. It might be Fired Liver. Well anyway, anyone know the origin?
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I forgot to select the "notify me" button so I will do that on this one.
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It was orginally played in Italy around 1610 and was known as the Fegatello Attack it's not too difficult to see how that became the Fried Liver attack! :o)
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Fried Liver (Fegatello in italian) because the Black King is forced to leave his home and jump verywhere in the middle of the board like a piece of liver that fries in the oil.
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Got a recent assessment on it?
Just curious as I used to play into it intentionally in otb as a youngster with good results; till the d4 stuff scared me off later.
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fried liver opening
what are the moves for this opening
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The moves are:
Very good illustration!
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Good. I wish i had know of that website b4. chesskids my butt! Some adults could use that.