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# Fred Defense(1.e4 f5)

This forum is dedicated to fred defense(Duras gambit). Studying his options, answers, counter-gambits. Yes, just studying and trying to add it to the professional level.

I have studied the Duras gambit for a long time and I know a lot of answers and tactics of development, but I cannot beat off one answer to this gambit. Can you help? It consists in this order of moves - 1.e4 f5 2.e4-e5 and what to do after that, how to walk with power in development, I do not know

you should 5ake on f5. the king will be weak and you will be threatening to check with the queen. your pawn will take after they block.

So check and take doesn't work

you should 5ake on f5. the king will be weak and you will be threatening to check with the queen. your pawn will take after they block.

This forum is dedicated to how to play the Duras Gambit.

In particular, I have a question - how to play for Black in the position in the picture without damaging the pawn structure?

I am kind of noob, but I think g6 Bg7 attacks pawn very easily, and then play e6 Nc6
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I am kind of noob, but I think g6 Bg7 attacks pawn very easily, and then play e6 Nc6

I'm sorry, I don't understand what you mean. You can write the order of moves for both sides, according to your tactics.

Do you mean something like that

2 exf5. To refute a gambit, accept it.

Yes.

I play 2 g4 against it so for other lines i have now idea

Maybe this

Or

Ok ay diagrams dont apear

The Fred defense is absolute garbage, I beat it once in the city blitz championships here in Kenton.

Fred would be proud of this opening. let's play it, and have a g_y old time. Wilma!!!

The Fred defense is absolute garbage, I beat it once in the city blitz championships here in Kenton.

if you know how to play this gambit, it will be on a par with the Sicilian defense in strength, look at my next diagram

here, for example, is a position similar to the king's gambit

and in this game it turns out a good position in terms of attack

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