Originally posted by jonzzzzBecause open games tend to make that lead in development even more dangerous. Personally I like the kings gambit. I can't think of a gambit for black after 1e4 e5 that I like, but I suppose the Latvian is ok if you know your stuff.
do you people like gambite in open games
Originally posted by wittywonkaI just took it vs. someone 250 points higher than me. I managed to get out of the worst part of it up a pawn. It's the same with the kings gambit.. I don't really see what's wrong with accepting it.
The Danish Gambit (for white) is AWESOME, but hardly anyone ever takes it anymore...
Originally posted by ih8sensWell, nothing in particular is wrong with it, it's just that white gets three pieces developed in trade for two pawns while black has no development. But black still has a chance if he develops quickly.
I just took it vs. someone 250 points higher than me. I managed to get out of the worst part of it up a pawn. It's the same with the kings gambit.. I don't really see what's wrong with accepting it.
Originally posted by jonzzzzyou really deserve all those crazy rolling eyes don't you.
for black i play the worst gambit in chess for black it is called the fred gambit it goes
e4 f5 eXf5 Kf7 Qh5 g6 fxg6 Kg7 g6xh7 Rxh7 qg5 Kh8 qd4 Bg7
nice opening i know
you see black did what they call a hand castling and developed his
bishop and rook for a scriice of a thew ponds also white hasent developed black could take his advantage