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I myself play the Evans Gambit so I really want to know. Other reasons: 3. Bb5 is a lot more popular than Bc4. If you do play 3. Bc4 you are going to see a lot of Two Knights Defenses, and a lot of chessplayers would rather not deal with that. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. But you can also play h2-h3 and try to play something involving g4 with a attack.

After h2-h3 there is also an interesting ide with Nf3-h2 and f2-f4. What do you think of it? But I hope some persons will share this idea and play it.

The endgame postitions may be very funny because of the strange pawn structure. Another thing to add is that in the g5 line with the bishop.

Then the bishop will be exchanged in many lines. And the white fielded bishop can get an outpost on d5 if a weakness like b5 comes. Although h3 and g4 is obviously risky. That idea with h3 and g4 is risky as you said,but in my experiments it is a good and interesting idea.

But it is a risk you can take and throw over your pieces to the kings side. The mistake is all mine. You see I had intended to post a comment on a site dedicated to chess games and only ended up here at chesspunctuation.

I keep bumping into ChessGames again, but could you show me the way to ChessSarcasm? When Zombie Captain Evans climbs out of his grave and exacts his gruesome revenge on you, it will be too late to appreciate the importance of proper punctuation.


Gambito Evans

I myself play the Evans Gambit so I really want to know. Other reasons: 3. Bb5 is a lot more popular than Bc4. If you do play 3.


EDAMI - El Gambito Evans.pdf

Zukazahn Evans Gambit Bd6 as shown here in the database. Nothing in violation of United States law. One that comes to mind is Capablanca when playing the white pieces in a Ruy Lopez game, and Frank Marshall unleashed his Marshall Gambit on him; A line that was specially prepared just for a confrontation with Capa. The Evans Gambit is an aggressive line of the Giuoco Pianowhich normally continues with the positional moves 4.



Samujin Messages posted by Chessgames members do not necessarily represent the views gmabito Chessgames. The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory has a page on the topic of: Impress by this game few weeks latter I blitz the funny trap on Now, in this game, Vishy probably never expected the Evans from Garry, and obviously was not prepared to meet it, especially considering the new handling of the opening that Garry worked out. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Nc3 b6 it starts looking better for black. If Black accepts, White can follow up with c3 and d4, ripping open the center, while also opening diagonals to play Ba3 or Qb3 at some point, preventing Black from castling kingside and threatening the f7-pawn respectively. Qxe8 Qxd5 and White has the exchange for two Pawns but the game is far from over.


Tora The Evans Gambit is a chess opening characterised by the moves:. Rg8 declaring that Black plans to castle on the queen side. Anand, on the other hand, is facing a prepared variation, having to do all his analysis over the board while the clock is ticking. The opening was out of favour for much of the 20th century, although John Nunn and Jan Timman played some games with it in the late s and early s, and in the s Garry Kasparov used it in a few of his games notably a famous move win against Viswanathan Anand in Riga, which prompted a brief revival of interest in it.

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