Post your own or ones that dazzle you every time you play over it or both.
I will start with one fresh off the board to get it kicked off (at least sort of fresh... Less than a day old)
1.e4 c5 2.d4 cxd4 3.c3 dxc3 4.Nxc3 Nc6 5.Bc4 d6 6.Nf3 e6 7.0-0 Nf6 8.Qc2
I like this move better than the "book" move 8.Qe2 because if 8...Nb4? then 9.Qa4+ Nc6 10.Bg5 and in blitz I often meet 10...h6? 11.Bxf6 Qxf6? Which is what happens in this game 8...Nb4?
this is bad because it loses previous time. Better is 8...Be7 and 9...0-0 when white must hurry to turn his lead in development(temporary) into something more concrete or else he won't have any play and will be down a pawn for naught 9.Qa4+ Nc6 10.Bg5 h6?
once again losing time and allowing a trade that favours white since the dark bishop can't help in the attack and the knight would be a darling defender better was again 10...Be7 intending ...0-011.Bxf6 Qxf6?
boy black is full of errors here! This is quite weak because it allows white to open the d file whenever he wants.12.Rfd1 Bd7 13.Bb5 Be7??
but i've been saying this is a good move! Unfortunately now it is too late! 14.e5!
Queens get kicked! Forcefully opening up the d file is desicive14...dxe5 15.Rxd7!
a neat combination on the newly opened d file to wrap things up15...Kxd7 16.Rd1+
perhaps slightly inaccurate 16.Bxc6+ is more forcing16...Kc7 17.Bxc6 bxc6 18.Qa5+ Kb8
if 18...Kc8 then 19.Nb5! 19.Rd7! Bd8 20.Qa6
now white is completely winning... There is no defense 20...Bc7 21.Qxc6 Rc8 22.Nb5 E4 23.Nxc7 exf3
and now for a nice knight mate to end it 24.Na6# 1-0
So far this my favorite gambit out of all the gambits I have ever played. Watch game below.