Originally posted by ouwe belgWell the Truth is its an Extremely Weak opening, but I'm always trying out new openings see how they turn out, Yes I actually have played the Halloween Gambit hundreds of times, I wanted to really try the Irish gambit One because I'm Irish from Ireland and Two I love how it seems to Throw Average Players off, If I know how the Person plays I normally will play this opening if they're either Imm or a Beg an Advanced Player see's right through it and would Crush me Quickly.
That's like playing an accelerated Halloween gambit!
Originally posted by c00ushionAlso called the Chicago Gambit
I've tried a few different opening as White to maybe Improve my game and found that playing an Opening called the Irish Gambit Works best for me, It goes
What does everyone think of this Opening, If it could be bad in the Future of the Game or that it could Help me by controlling the center even though I'm already down in Piece Value.
Originally posted by chessisvanityThis game hasnt even begun to start Vanity, and how do you figure that your winning this can easily go either way, Goodluck to you, Either Way i'm testing out the Gambit, I never said I could beat anyone with it, but we will see how the Game Progresses
ya he's playing me and i'm winning
Originally posted by eagleeye222001Untrue, I did read an Article that said Harold Meyer Phillips used it against one of the greatest Masters of that time Harry Nelson Pillsbury, and beat him with it, So even the great GrandMasters and international masters can lose against this Irish Gambit
The Chicago Gambit can not be good at all against anyone decent in chess.
Originally posted by c00ushionPillsbury was one of the forgotten great American GM's, he fits nicely between Morphy and Fischer as one of the "pride and sorrows" of chess. So much talent gone to waste because of personal problems.
Untrue, I did read an Article that said Harold Meyer Phillips used it against one of the greatest Masters of that time Harry Nelson Pillsbury, and beat him with it, So even the great GrandMasters and international masters can lose against this Irish Gambit