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Take the quiz Spell It Can you spell these 10 commonly misspelled words? I'd be interested in hearing the best way to play against this as white. Game I hope I haven't hijacked your thread GP. Palynka Upward Spiral.
Originally posted by Double G I played a game recently where my opponent used this opening against me. Just take the horse, instead of the pawn.
You were lucky he wasn't very familiar with the gambit and didn't know how to exploit your 7. But the original game was very nice as well, thanks for sharing. Originally posted by Palynka Just take the horse, instead of the pawn. Definitely worth a try for white is to take the pawn, when Qg5, Bxe7, Ke7, ! Queen takes knight, bishop takes knight. Black's up a knight for two pawns, but his game seems terrible.
Just noticed that one of the games in Wall's article is "G. Chandler - NN, Stockbridge ". O-O Qxe5 7.
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Bxg8 Rxg8 8. Qh5 Nf7 Nice one with f6! That's sweet. To be honest I did think about f6 but didn't have the stones to play it at the time because I was a bit of a wreck after messing up the opening - I just wanted to get even on material. Lesson learned though - I gotta stay cool! Great game! A wonder, that that game ended with a draw ;-. Originally posted by greenpawn34 Hi guys.
Can anybody find a ref in a [b]book dated before calling the following wequence of moves The Blackburne trap.
I will have a look on the weekend, when I am back home by my books Edit: in chess related historical questions, ask GM Lothar Schmid! He has propably the greatest chess library of the world. Hi Guys, You have all been brilliant. Here is the situation.
Everyone thinks the Shilling Trap is the Blackburne Trap. It's not, it's the trap that Fat Lady showed Legal's Mate and this is the trap shown in Blackburner's book as 'his' shilling earner. So who started this myth about it being the