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Play the King"s Gambit.

Y. B. Estrin

Play the King"s Gambit.

by Y. B. Estrin

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chess -- Openings.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of, Korolevskiĭ gambit.

    SeriesPergamon chess openings
    ContributionsGlazkov, I. B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1450.2.K/
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(130)p.
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20965482M
    ISBN 100080268757, 0080268749

    Apr Check It Out: Thanks to the link to Scott Thomson, I came upon this game which, though lost by, is a testament to both his and 's formidable chess skills: S Thomson vs S Hosea, Apr Interbond: Do you really need to be so rude? This is a discussion forum about . The Fischer Defense to the King's Gambit is a chess opening variation that begins with the moves. 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Nf3 d6. Although 3 d6 was previously known, it did not become a major variation until Fischer advocated it in a famous article in the first issue of the American Chess Quarterly. In the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings, the Fischer Defense is given the Named after: Bobby Fischer.

    Instead of 9.c4, John Shaw in his King's Gambit book recommended 2 with the idea of instead playing c2-c3 to reinforce d4. Nonetheless, I can't say that I am enthusiastic about White's chances. 5 Nf6 4. The Fascinating King's Gambit: A Repertoire For The 21st Century - Thomas Johansson Trafford Publishing. This book mainly focuses on the so called Bishop's Gambit (1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Bc4). Although 3. Nf3 is more often to be seen, the early departure of the bishop can be considered the most principled and sharp line in the King's Gambit.

    Play it with friends, inside, outside, as a sport, pull up your chair on a winter’s night, sit on your dad’s knee, show your granddaughter the moves, imagine it all the young and the old, handicapped who play without disability, and there in the great chess libraries around the world there’s a book to inspire us all and on its cover we. This line doesn't refute the gambit but does give Black much easier game. The book on King's gambit form John Shaw is a must if you play e5, in my humble opinion. Just search for it on Amazon and you will find it – AlwaysLearningNewStuff Sep 26 '14 at


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Play the King"s Gambit by Y. B. Estrin Download PDF EPUB FB2

I haven't read the book suggested by rigamagician but Neil McDonald is a great author. I have read atleast 3 of his books, one of which was how to play against 1. e4 with the French. GREAT book!. I think I'm going to give Neil's Kings Gambit book a try myslef:).

The King's Gambit is an agressive opening for white, where sharp tactics and sacrifices tend to dominate play. White weakens his own king's position with the idea of gaining a lead in development, a central pawn majority, and control of a half open f-file. The King's Gambit was one of the most popular Author: Chris Senkler.

“The King’s Gambit is busted. It loses by force.” Bobby Fischer, I once asked English GM Mark Hebden, who played the King’s Gambit for many years, what the most effective defences against it were.

“All of them.” Hebden later gave up the King’s Gambit in. Certainly any King's Gambit fan or potential fan should buy this book instantly. If I were an 1.e4 e5 player I'd certainly get it as well.

Even if one doesn't play either side of the opening it might be worth getting the book just for the games/5(49). the king s gambit Download the king s gambit or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get the king s gambit book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. My original purpose in buying this book was to get prepared as BLACK against the King's Gambit (KG) since I play e5.

I surmised that this is going to be another bible for the King's gambiteers (prior to this book, the author wrote a book about the KG that became popular for the many KG fans)and that I'll encounter the lines suggested in this book/5(25). How to Set a Trap in the King's Gambit Accepted Opening As White.

Here is a famous trap you can set up in the King's Gambit Accepted Opening in Chess while playing as white. This lethal trap may catch the unsuspected player unfamiliar with 77%(47). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ėstrin, I︠A︡.

(I︠A︡kov). Play the king's gambit. Oxford ; New York: Pergamon Press, (OCoLC)   Yes, I think it is. The opening basically gets you into a tactical mess every game. You will become exposed to unusual positions and many different tactical motifs.

That experience will benefit you greatly later. The strategic objectives are very. If you play e4, the King’s Gambit could surely be a valuable addition to your opening repertoire since very few players will be expecting it.

There was a golden era when The King’s Gambit was the favourite opening of every attacking the glory days of Paul Morphy it was considered almost cowardly to play anything else. Legends such as Spassky and Bronstein kept the flame burning in the 20th century, but its popularity faded as players became distrustful of White’s ultra-aggressive approach.

King’s Gambit. The King’s Gambit is one of the oldest openings in chess and for good reason. The possibilities the opening presents have intrigued the greatest chess minds for years including greats such as Spassky, Tal, and Fischer.

White, on the second move challenges black’s center and begins an attack at the black kingside. was obliged to play a line of the King's Gambit long known to be bad. 3) Chess should be fun and the King's Gambit is such an aggressive opening, leading to so many different types of attacking positions, the DVD will be useful to anyone in their progression in chess.

But I kept coming back to the King's Gambit from both sides of the board. I purchased about every book on the KG written in the past 40 years. Tim Bishop recently sent me a Kings Gambit game by two masters: Stanley Elowitch vs Graham Cooper in the Maine State Championship in April I played in this event in He does examine the more traditional King's Gambit lines, but his preferences lie in an early g3 and Nc3, which leads to exciting play.

One thing that may turn off some players is that he has a fairly negative view of the immediate Bc4 lines (1.e4.

King’s Gambit is one of the most popular openings for past years. It was played by many strongest players including William Steinitz, Bobby Fischer, David Bronstein and Boris Spassky.

It is a true gambit, with many aggressive and super aggressive lines. This opening may be especially effective on club level, since many players are [ ].

1.e4 e5 2.f4. exf4 3 White sacrifice a pawn for fast development and control of center. You should try develop with Bc4,d4 and Bxf4. You have a semiopen file F for your rook and control the center with e4 and d4 pawns.

Sometimes you can. Take John Sanford's Virgil Flowers or Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch, drop the guy into the last years of the ancient Roman Republic, add a physician that is a proto-forensic scientist, throw in a couple of underworld figures, and you get The King's Gambit.

It was a fun read, and the broad strokes of history are accurate enough/5. The King's Gambit is one of the most ancient openings and an opening which leads to a sharp struggle from the very first moves.

Whereas in the Ruy Lopez White lays siege to Black's-pawn on e5 slowly, over a large number of moves, in the King's Gambit While begins to storm Black's central pawn right away with his second move, without regard for the resultant weaknesses or. "John Shaw's book, The King's Gambit is an outstanding work on an opening which is no longer so popular.

The author has invested a lot of time and effort, and the presentation is clear and careful, as with all books published by Quality Chess. 6 WINNING WITH THE KING'S GAMBIT ACCEPTED with Black losing twice and winning once on a gross blunder. And when players decided to decline the gambit, Black won once, drew six times - and lost eight times.

Perhaps the Baden masters were influenced by what happened in the first round: Reti-Nyholm, Baden bei Vienna 1 e4 e5File Size: 2MB.The Kings Gambit must be the favourite opening of every attacking player.

In the glory days of Paul Morphy in the nineteenth century, to play anything else was regarded as almost cowardly but in modern times the popularity of the Kings Gambit has faded.The Kings Gambit provides an object lesson in constructing Kingside attacks.

Ten more exciting gambits from 1.e4 e5 2.f4 lines await here. The value of tempo vs material. The potential of sacrifice vs King safety. New variations based on the familiar themes like Bc4, Nf3-e5(g5), short castling with the open f-file, pressure on f7.