CHESS IMPROVEMENT SECRETS FOR THE BUSY PLAYER (THE GINGERGM METHOD)

CHESS IMPROVEMENT SECRETS FOR THE BUSY PLAYER (THE GINGERGM METHOD)

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Alterman’s Gambit Guide: Goring Gambit #1

Opening: C44: Scottish: Goring Gambit

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GM Boris Alterman looks at the Goring Gambit, one of the most swashbuckling options for White in the Open Games after 1 e4 e5. It is fun, easy to learn and virtually unavoidable since White can deploy the crafty move order 2 d4 exd4 3 Nf3 Nc6 4 c3 to avoid the Petroff Defense and the Philidor Defense. Even today, the Goring Gambit is still a strong practical weapon where with best play Black achieves no more than equality. However, the lively attacking positions insure that White will have a lot of pressure, even against best play, and a slight error by Black can prove fatal. 

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