I'm starting to actually *like* it when people play c5 or d6, even though I don't get my trademark king's gambit.
Here's my current favorite KIA game (and my number 2 in the next post)
(although 24. ... fxg5 loses on the spot, there's nothing better for black, so it's not as if I just won on a blunder. The only other move that avoids dropping the queen or getting mated immediately is 24. ... Qe7, and then 25. Rxd7 Qxd7 26. Bd5+ blows him away -- the bishop can't be captured because the queen covers the mating square, 26. ... Rf7 is verboten because 27. Bxf7+ forces him to sac the queen to avoid immediate mate, so 26. ... Kh8 is forced. Then 27. Nxf6 if black takes, white gets an endgame with an extra piece and two pawns by 27. ... Rxf6 28. Qxf6+ Qg7 29. Nf7+ Kg8 30. Nd8+ Kh8 31. Qxg7+ Kxg7 32. Nxc6. If black doesn't take, then god only knows what black can do to survive after Ngxh7 on the next move.)