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Gambit means to sacrifice, it starts to appear at Intermmediate Stage. Perhaps even Novice stage, It is sometimes but quite Rare to see it in Begginer stage.
As usual Enjoy the game, although its like 2 moves. But you can still learn Kings Gambit.
Supposedly Queens Gambit is Like Kings Gambit (No freaking Duh) But its maybe a mirror and it includes the d pawn moving rather then the f pawn.
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Learning to 2 moves isn't helpful for the Kings Gambit. It's one you need to learn more of. If it's accepted there are immediate dangers for White. The obvious looking 3.c4 (and other moves) can be countered by 3..Qh4+
3.Nf3 is much better and more common. I'd want to know at least that far before actually using that opening.
I only know the beggining, my dang book doesnt show any farther
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