The contents of a series of PMs on z00ts claim the Morra Gambit is a mikey mouse opening.
DF > Then why did I win Game 3676033
against a player rated above 2000?
z00t > Because your opponent does not know how to play against the Smith Morra. I was playing it against a player now removed for 3(a) and black should not allow what he did in your game. See Game 3958079
for how it should be played. There is also the Nge7 setup that black can aim for.
DF > Of course black made a mistake. Why else did he lose?
DF > All games are lost due to mistakes.
z00t > Then you agree that the Smith-Morra with best play on both sides can be a pawn down for white and demonstrates why it is not seen outside club level?
DF > I agree nothing! The Morra is a playable opening that is played at GM level and which can get good results for white.
z00t > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith-Morra_Gambit says It is not common in grandmaster games, but at club level chess it is an excellent weapon Do you have any published source to back your claims up?
Do I really need to comment further on this c***?