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@royalbishop, The Icelandic Gambit is not as good as the Kadas Gambit. The Kadas Gambit is 1 e4 d5 2 exd5 Nf6 3 c4 c6 and white should not accept it. After 4 d4 cxd5 the game has transposed to the Panov.
With 2 pawn moves early by same pawn and no piece developed by White in 4 moves. The only thing going for white is the use the e-file for a Rook.
As long as you don't play the Kaddish Gambit.
Kim K has a perfume now she has a Gambit with her last name on it. No way she play chess. lol. Hehehehe all those people Kad..... last name must be getting the business due to her being pretty, famous and wacko.
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