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Chester Nuhmentz, Jr. com Set F Opening 2 Declined Variation 1cuuuuuuuuC e4 e5 cuuuuuuuuC {rhb1kgn4} {RHBIQGN$} {0p0p0p0p} {)P)w)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwdwdwdw} {dwdPdwdw} {wdwdPdwd} {wdw0wdwd} {dwdwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)w)P)} {p0pdp0p0} {$NGQIBHR} {4ngk1bhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 1 6cuuuuuuuuC Ke2 d5 cuuuuuuuuC {rhbdkgn4} {RHBdQGw$} {0p0pdp0p} {)wdK)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwHwd} {dwdwdwdw} {1w)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)w1} {wdwdpdwd} {dwHwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)Kdw)} {p0pdw0p0} {$wGQdBHR} {4ngkdbhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 2cuuuuuuuuC f4 Qh4+ cuuuuuuuuC {rhb1kgn4} {RHBIQGN$} {0p0pdp0p} {)Pdw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwdw0wdw} {1w)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)wd} {wdw0wdwd} {dwdwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wdP)} {p0pdp0p0} {$NGQIBHR} {4ngkdbhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 2 7 cuuuuuuuuC Nxd5 Bg4+ cuuuuuuuuC {rhbdkgn4} {RHBdQGw$} {0p0wdp0p} {)wdK)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwdNdwdw} {1b)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)w1} {wdwdNdwd} {dwdwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)Kdw)} {p0pdw0p0} {$wGQdBHR} {4ngkdwhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 3cuuuuuuuuC g3 Qe7 cuuuuuuuuC {rhbdkgn4} {RHBIQGN$} {0p0pdp0p} {)wdw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {w)wdwdwd} {dwdw0wdw} {dw)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)w1} {wdw0wdwd} {dwdwdw)w} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wdw)} {p0p1p0p0} {$NGQIBHR} {4ngkdbhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 3 8cuuuuuuuuC Nf3 Bxf3+ cuuuuuuuuC {rhwdkgn4} {RdBdQGw$} {0p0wdp0p} {)wdK)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdbdwdwd} {dwdNdwdw} {1w)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)b1} {wdwdNdwd} {dwdwdNdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)Kdw)} {p0pdw0p0} {$wGQdBdR} {4ngkdwhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 4cuuuuuuuuC Nc3 exf4 cuuuuuuuuC {rhbdkgn4} {RHBIQGw$} {0p0p1p0p} {)wdw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {w)wdwHwd} {dwdw0wdw} {dw0Pdwdw} {wdwdP)wd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwHwdw)w} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wdw)} {p0p1p0p0} {$wGQIBHR} {4ngkdbhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 4 9cuuuuuuuuC Kxf3 Qh5+ cuuuuuuuuC {rhwdkgn4} {RdBdQGw$} {0p0wdp0p} {)wdw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdKdwdwd} {dwdNdwdw} {dw)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)w1} {qdwdNdwd} {dwdwdKdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wdw)} {p0pdw0p0} {$wGQdBdR} {4ngkdwhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 5cuuuuuuuuC gxf4 Qh4+ cuuuuuuuuC {rhbdkgn4} {RHBIQGw$} {0p0p1p0p} {)wdw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwHwd} {dwdwdwdw} {1w)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)wd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwHwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wdw)} {p0pdp0p0} {$wGQIBHR} {4ngkdbhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 10cuuuuuuuuC Kf2 Qxd1 cuuuuuuuuC {rhwdkgn4} {RdBdqGw$} {0p0wdp0p} {)wIw)P)P} {wdwdwdwd} {wdwdwdwd} {dwdNdwdq} {dw)Pdwdw} {wdwdP)wd} {wdwdNdwd} {dwdwdwdw} {dwdwdwdw} {P)P)wIw)} {p0pdw0p0} {$wGQdBdR} {4ngkdwhr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 5 6 7 8 9 10 The Danish Gambit Prof.

Pdw} {w)Pdw)Pd} {pgpdndp0} {$wdwIBdR} {dk4n1bdr} vllllllllV vllllllllV 5 6 7 8 9 10 Set F 1. The King’s Gambit Kieseritzky Gambit 2. The King’s Gambit Declined Variation 3. The Danish Gambit Accepted Variation 4. The Latvian Gambit Variation A 5. The Goring Gambit Main Line About the Names ... Gambit -- All of the openings in this last set involve at least one gambit. Gambits are a special type of strategic move used early in a game. They offer the opponent some material (usually a pawn) in order to: a) lure chessmen away from the center; b) clear a path which will be used for making an attack; or c) gain an edge in bringing out pieces.

The Latvian Gambit Variation A 5. The Goring Gambit Main Line About the Names ... Gambit -- All of the openings in this last set involve at least one gambit. Gambits are a special type of strategic move used early in a game. They offer the opponent some material (usually a pawn) in order to: a) lure chessmen away from the center; b) clear a path which will be used for making an attack; or c) gain an edge in bringing out pieces. Gambits can add a lot of excitement to a game because they mean immediate risks and opportunities for both sides.

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