The Danish Gambit Question: How Many Bites?

The Danish Gambit Question: How Many Bites?

NM GreenLaser
Oct 3, 2008, 12:00 AM |
32 | Opening Theory

When White offers the Danish Gambit, how many pawns should Black accept? It is possible to accept or decline the pawns offered. Each time the Gambit is offered Black has to decide how many bites of the Danish should be taken. For some the appetite grows with the nibbling. Every chess game is a battle between free will and the environment. The following game will include analysis of these options. White represented Oxford and Cambridge Universities in a match against the Metropolitan Chess Club more than three months before the assassination that would become the immediate cause of World War I.

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