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The Englund Gambit

  • #61
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  • #63
    Nechiz wrote:
     

    The Soller Gambit looks pretty good to me.:D

    It's a blackmar-diemer gambit with one less tempo and no pawn in the center. If White is just hanging on in the critical lines of the BDG, just think about what that means for Black.

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  • #65

    Thx KingOfChess2222 for your propaganda but some refutation of this gambit was given in this topic...

    Your games just show traps and are irrelevant if white know how to handle this bad gambit.

  • #66

    not so sure that it's bad.  You will see Carlsen use it quite often, and he knows a bit more about this game than any of us.

  • #67
    JumboDimanche έγραψε:

    not so sure that it's bad.  You will see Carlsen use it quite often, and he knows a bit more about this game than any of us.

     

    You probably mean Jeremiah Carlsen. He has authored an interesting book about Nebraska snails, but I really doubt if he knows chess...

    The other Carlsen, Magnus, has never played that crap.

  • #68
    pfren wrote:
    JumboDimanche έγραψε:

    not so sure that it's bad.  You will see Carlsen use it quite often, and he knows a bit more about this game than any of us.

     

    You probably mean Jeremiah Carlsen. He has authored an interesting book about Nebraska snails, but I really doubt if he knows chess...

    The other Carlsen, Magnus, has never played that crap.

    Nebraska snails? Is this a team name, or the animals? In the latter case, i'm interested in any good recipes, are there any in that book? fork.png

  • #69

       First played at Hastings 1895 by Robert Englund, later of Freddy Kruger fame.

     

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