TENNISON GAMBIT

groopleblop
Miaoiao wrote:

1.e4 d5, 2.Nf3?

(White gives a pawn for no compensation.)

2....dxe4, 3.Ng5 Bf5!, 4.Nc3 Nf6

(Black is not behind in development and has no weaknesses, the knight stands awkward) 

5.d3

(5.Bc4 e6, 6.d3 [6.0-0 h6-+] exd3 -+)

5....exd3, 6.Bxd3 Bxd3, 7.cxd3 Be7

(Nbd7 or c6 or c5 are fine, too) -+.

White is a pawn down, he has no attack, did not even gain a better development and he has an Isolani on d3. His position is most probably lost.

 

White is a pawn down, he   keeps the 

comp komodo prefers this trap

 

Miaoiao

Komodo considers, as all other strong programs, the Gambit as very bad and  handing over a heavy advantage to Black.

groopleblop
Miaoiao wrote:

Komodo considers, as all other strong programs, the Gambit as very bad and  handing over a heavy advantage to Black.

PROOF!!!!?????

groopleblop

Plus it's only a pawn and can be easily regained. In many of my matches I have done so...

Miaoiao

But you would lose already against me , a patzer :) 

suryavarman123
groopleblop wrote:

Plus it's only a pawn and can be easily regained. In many of my matches I have done so...

 

suryavarman123
groopleblop wrote:

Plus it's only a pawn and can be easily regained. In many of my matches I have done so...

 

suryavarman123
 

 

so...

 

suryavarman123
groopleblop wrote:

Plus it's only a pawn and can be easily regained. In many of my matches I have done so...

PROOF!!!?????

Miaoiao

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