Originally posted by greenpawn34Quite by coincidence, I happened on a Pillsbury dance today in a book I'm reading. (The book is A. Roisman, 400 Kurzpartien, and it's given me another idea for another day.) I'm truncating the game from where it gets relevant:
Loads of examples of the Pillsbury Mate.
Originally posted by greenpawn34I really like this gambit 😀
It's possibly best to look for one.
Unknown you are playing it with all confidence in the world.
It's enough to know that if White tries to hang onto the pawn then Black
is going to have some fun and White some problems to solve.
If such play suits you then OTB you cannot really ask for much more than
that with Black.