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Qa5 – the Kotrc-Mieses Gambit with 4.

The Alterman Gambit Guide – White Gambits by Boris Alterman

However, the lively attacking positions insure that White will have a lot of pressure, even against bofis play, and a slight error by Black can altermna fatal. GM Boris Altermans begins a two video series investigating perhaps one of the soundest of the romantic gambits from the 18th century that is still used at top level in the game today – The Evans Gambit with 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bc4 Bc5 4 b4!?

With the dynamic complexities of this early gambit against the normally solid Queen’s Gambit, you can confuse and dismay many a 1 d4 players, creating excellent preconditions for winning chess – for Black!

The BDG with 1. The Milner-Barry Gambit 1. It suffers somewhat from a reputation as a stodgy variation, but white can play many of its lines in a sharp fashion, and black must have a solid understanding to reach equality. Then ten years later, the relatively little-known German master Heinrich von Hennig picked up on Schara’s published analysis to be the first to do any serious study of the gambit and introduced it into tournament praxis at Duisburg In the page tome, the authors devote 25 pages to 3 …f5!?


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The idea to sacrifice a pawn with The Trompowsky Attack with 1 d4 Nf6 2 Bambit – named after the Brazilian master, Octavio Trompowsky – has risen from relative obscurity to become a popular opening due to its often wild complications. Many believe it has Spanish origins due to the name, but it is in fact derived from the location of the Budapest tournament, held in the Siesta Sanatorium, where Jose Raul Capablanca successfully deployed it against Andreas Steiner.

White seeks to play f4 if possible. Click Search for more results. The End of Chess Blogging The myth goes that Marshall deliberately kept his analysis secret for guude years before playing it against Capablanca at New Yorkbut this has since been debunked by historians. Gambits, gambits, gambits galore!

The Latvian Gambit with 1.

But rather than that, Black has the sharp option of Over hours of instruction! This provocative pawn sacrifice by black as early as move three often leads to games of a swashbuckling nature.

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Watch one of the 1. When I first gajbit an opening repertoire in my teens, I got most of my information from the old Chess Digest pamphlets of Ken Smith Marshall left behind a lasting legacy to the chess world with his revered gambit against the Ruy Lopez: The first Mega Pack has all the 1.

It is very similar in style to the Janisch or Schliemann Gambit, but can prove more potent altwrman accepting the gambit can see White getting a rude wake-up call by being hit with a quick and ferocious kingside attack.

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The name was a tribute to the Latvian players, notably Karlis Betinswho analyzed it in the early part of the 20th century. Tal was also known as “The Magician from Riga” because of his extremely powerful and imaginative attacking style. However, it wasn’t until Correspondence World champion Yakov Estrin wrote a famed book on the Two Knights some 80 years later that the main theory of the opening really developed. Aged only 21, it was a brief but tragic end to what looked a promising career.

The Alterman Gambit Guide – Black Gambits 1 by Boris Alterman, Opening chess book by Quality Chess

Ponziani’s Opening 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 c3 is regarded by many to be something of a relic from a bygone era in the game. Swiss victories during this period. Mikhail Botvinnik picked up on this and quickly formed it into a potent weapon that has since become the choice of determined king pawn players.

Over hours of amazing videos to understand positional, strategical and tactical tricks that will make your opening repertoire stronger than ever!

Much of the new pioneering work on the Damiano variation can be attributed to the Austrian IM Friedrich Karl Volkmann, who laterman single-handedly has changed the evaluation of many of the key lines once thought to refute the venerable Damiano, so-called as it is similar to the mainline of the Damiano gambit with 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 f6?!