Originally posted by Davyboy
What is it that I missed?
Calling it a type of a Scotch gambit or a possible Scotch Gambit line? To be honest, my line that is slightly different than the Danish Gambit that you linked to could be considered a possible Scotch Gambit line or a type of Danish.
I'm not really sure what you are saying with your little sentence. I'm just suggesting that th e between a couple of (somewhat even) Masters? This would be cool to see.
I missed the insertion of Nf3 and Nc6 in your line above, I thought you were talking about the Danish Gambit. Either way the positions are very similar. The proper name for the line you gave is the Goring Gambit. As stated earlier, timeforchess is just another shell that's usable for RHP. You could use your log in to play there as well if you like the color scheme better. Another shell is: www.chessatwork.com
To be honest, I don't hold the Danish, the Goring, or the St. George in high regards. I think they're a little silly, and I wouldn't consider playing them in any type of serious setting. The problem is is that the St. George is just not good for Black, so playing it in a thematic is not really that great of an idea, since in half your games, you're just going to be suffering. If you have an idea for a tournament, you could always send Russ some feedback using the "Send Feedback" option at the bottom of this page with the request.
As far as any games go with the Danish, here is a game played by strong master, Savielly Tartakower, one of the heroes of old. Recent games are quite difficult to find, since most players these days don't play it (the line in the first game is one good reason to never play the Danish!) :
[White "Gustaf Nyholm"]
[Black "Savielly Tartakower"]
1.e4 e5 2.d4 exd4 3.c3 dxc3 4.Bc4 d5 5.Bxd5 cxb2 6.Bxb2 Nf6
7.Bxf7+ Kxf7 8.Qxd8 Bb4+ 9.Qd2 Bxd2+ 10.Nxd2 Re8 11.f3 Nc6
12.Rc1 Be6 13.a3 Rad8 14.Ne2 Re7 15.Nc4 Bxc4 16.Rxc4 Nd7
17.Nd4 Nxd4 18.Rxd4 c5 19.Rd5 Rc8 20.Ke2 Rc6 21.Rc1 g6 22.g4
a6 23.h4 b5 24.h5 c4 25.hxg6+ hxg6 26.Bc3 Nb6 27.Rd8 Rd7
28.Rxd7+ Nxd7 29.Rd1 Nc5 30.Rd5 Na4 31.Kd2 Nxc3 32.Kxc3 Rf6
33.Kd4 Rxf3 34.Ke5 Rxa3 35.Rd7+ Ke8 36.Ra7 Kd8 37.g5 Ra1
38.Kd6 Rd1+ 39.Ke6 c3 0-1