The internet’s oldest and best chess database and community. C44 – Scotch, Goering gambit: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. c3. Search the chess games database, download games, view frequent practitioners and. The Göring Gambit Refused by Shawn L. Svare. In this article I shall examine the many plans Black has at his disposal for countering the Göring Gambit, most of.
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Bxf3 Qc4 by playing 5. Another common motif is that White must often complicate matters to maintain the initiative. Bc4, or he may simply play 4.
White can deviate with If Black instead plays Gambjt a better try for equality,  when White can continue 6. List of openings theory table List of chess gambits Irregular Quick checkmates Fool’s mate Scholar’s mate. Nd5or 9.
At my new chess site, I have published a series of articles covering all important lines of the gambit. Nd5 This move has vary few early sources but as of late has found some followers.
When putting pressure on Black’s f7-pawn with Bc4 and Qb3, White must beware of the Nf6, also counterattacking against e4, and Bh4 and now after Bg5attacking on the kingside dark squares. Bxf3 Qc4, leading to the same positionoften referred to as bambit Capablanca Variation in view of the strength of Black’s concept in the game Marshall-Capablanca, Lake Hopatcong Be6, “White has at most this indescribable nothingness which is the advantage of the first gorijg.
Nxc3 transposes to the 5. The truth of the matter is you can find reference to this line in the late 18th century in the game Sachse-Kauert corres, Bc4 White offers a second pawn at b2. Other methods of declining allow White to establish a strong “classical pawn centre” for free by playing 5.
White’s main options against it are 6. Be3which steers the game into typical “isolated queen’s pawn” channels. White simply recaptures with 5.
Thus Black’s most critical response is to take the second pawn with Nc3, followed by in some order Qe2, Be3, h4 and In modern chess this line has even been seen at top level play and is a subject I intend to cover more thoroughly in a future article.
Bc4, which is actually how I have most commonly reached it in practice.
Ba3 Bg4 is insufficient and 9. Nf3, which allows Black a relatively comfortable game, but here White can complicate matters by pressing forward with 9. White’s center pawn majority is countered by Black’s queenside pawn majority. If Black avoids steering for Capablanca’s ending, e.
Bc5 White can gain time against the bishop with b4 and a4-a5, expanding on the queenside. If White uses the move-order 1. Ng5 sidelines Two Knights Defence 4.
If White tries 1.
Openings for Tactical Players: Göring Gambit
Here, Black has the option of taking the unprotected pawn on e4, but it is considered “poisoned”. Nxd4 is possible, though rarely played today by strong players. Be3 adds good complication to the game. Nxd4 is a “non-line” these days, if Black continues perfectly it is not clear that White gets even a small advantage. Probably the best version of this sort of line for Black is 4. White then chooses between 7.
C44: Scotch, Goering gambit
Bd3,  neither of which promise an advantage but which avoid those endings. I think that white still has some compensation for the pawn due to the development advantage and the position of Black’s dark squared bishop.
Qb3and all three gwmbit are currently looking playable for White. White’s immediate attacks against f7 aren’t as effective in this variation, for reasons that aren’t immediately obvious it’s to do with Black’s bishop on c5 controlling the d4-square, and some tactics against f2. An important justification for this gambit is that Black has difficulty with kingside development.
Scotch Game – Wikipedia
Nge7 can both be reached via the Ponziani Opening 1. Qc2 according to Batsford Chess Openings 2. The diagram on the left results from the Bxb2 d6 I think White has some improvements over John Watson’s analysis of 7.
Instead of capturing on d4 with the f3-knight, White offers voring d-pawn as a gambit by challenging Black’s d4-pawn with c2-c3.
Chess Gambits- Harking back to the 19th century! Black usually plays It is essentially a Danish Gambit 1.