Originally posted by Freddie2008
I broke my previous record of beating a 1700 rated player by beating a 1900 rated player. Quite an achievement for my little self.
Obviously he made a couple of little blunders but I like to think I played quite well for a change.
Any comments/feedback/analysis very much welcome.
Originally posted by kingshillWhat does white do after 6...d5 though?
If you are going to be playing exciting opening like the Danish Gambit you need to attack attack attack..!!! You don't really have time for moves like 6.Bd2 and you should consider moves like e5. You will be hitting the knight which is protecting the d5 square. If the knight moves to 6...Ne4 you might have Bxf7 with a check on d5 to follow picking up t ...[text shortened]... ous position.
Don't forget if you sacrifice pawns for the initiative, don't dilly dally.
Originally posted by tvochessYou're not going to get a lot of change out of Qa4.
Maybe Qa4+ and Qxb4..