I played a game recently in which I decided to play wildly and sacrifice a Bishop on move 5. The sacrifice was inspired by the Wild Muzio Gambit. I want to know what you think of it, because computer analysis calls it a blunder.
I blundered several times in this game, all in under 10 moves. 9. d4 was not very good, although I still had a strong attack. But I believe that even if the King had come to e6, I would have had a strong attack after playing d4. 5. Bxf7+ was probably not a very good move, but I am not sure why it is considered a blunder. Let me show you the Wild Muzio Gambit, which seems to be quite effective.You can see that the Wild Muzio can be a killer opening. Even if Black plays Ke8 after Ne5+, White's attack still far outweighs Black's and it might be worth that bishop sacrifice. If anyone can figure out why 5. Bxf7+ was a blunder, just let me know. Thanks.