One of the oddest, yet intriguing variations in the King's Gambit Accepted is one discovered by Louis Eisenberg.
Louis R. Eisenberg
On page 293 of "Emil Kemeny: A Life in Chess," John Hilbert quote... | Czytaj więcej
In the King's Gambit (after 1.e4 e5 2.f4) there are many ways to decline the free pawn. Some are:The Classical variation: 2...Bc5Norwalde Variation 2...Qf6Panteldakis Counter Gambit 2...f5Nimzowitsch Counter Gambit 2...d5 3 exd5 c6Adel... | Czytaj więcej
I just wanted to say that I was a complete dumbass and lost my notation sheet. So this is based off my memory. This was game 1 against Benet Academy who is one of the top chess team.
I played as white and played my new opening, Vienna Game. I w... | Czytaj więcej
This long weekend I participated in my first OTB tournament, the Ryde Eastwood Open. It was a 7 round Swiss event over 3 days, the first day having 3 games and the others 2 each. The time controls for the event were 60mins + 10sec per mo... | Czytaj więcej
The Vienna Game is a chess opening that begins with the moves:
1. e4 e52. Nc3White's second move is less common than 2.Nf3, and is also of more recent vintage; a book reviewer wrote in the New York Times in 1888 that "since M... | Czytaj więcej