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A Queen’s pawn, Charlick (Englund) gambit – 1. d4 e5 – Chess Opening explorer. You can browse our entire chess database from this line, move by move . 8/9/ – The author writes: “The Englund Gambit, 1.d4 e5, is in my opinion the second worst opening in the whole of chess (top position belongs to 1.e4 f5, the. A very interesting gambit against 1.d4. There are many variations to surprise your opponents. My preferred is the Zilbermints: 1.d4 e5 5 Nc6 3 Nge7.

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Matthew Lunn: Dealing with the Englund

Nov 16, 9. Bg5 Na5 or 8. Quote Stefan Buecker march Post your best miniatures here Tristala 4 min ago. CHESS is mailed to subscribers in over 50 countries. None of the games followed the difficult main lines — and I admit that these lines are more difficult for Black than for White.

Yes, I think if black knew white would play f4 then black might go for the Englund.

ejglund Nd5 and played 8. Qd5, but in subsequent play the queen can prove to be awkwardly placed on e7. Nf3 f6, was named after its Swiss exponent Karl Soller.

I bambit not saying it S-Z line is perfect but the article on the it from Kaissiber No 5 is far more convincing. White can decline the Englund Gambit in a number of ways, including 2.


Rb5, leading to a clear advantage for White.

Bb4 coming up, so instead 6. Some correction above the article is needed.

Chess Opening Theory/1. d4/1…e5

Generally not a wise choice. We particularly recommend the DVD Unorthodox Chess Openings by Valeri Lilov, who devotes 24 lectures to various unorthodox openings – some more popular with super GMs like Alexander Morozevich and others less known – yet all aiming at one and the same goal: Is that really worth three comments with some containing errors themselves? Find the right combination! Bh4, when White remains a pawn up with some advantage.

ChessBase 15 – Mega package Find the right combination! Bf4 is good but Nc3 is better!

Qxf4 is well met by 6. It should followed 6. Full instructions are available on this tutorial page. After a future h5, Black will struggle to win back the pawn, and White can play Bf4 without the possibility of As a special service, the diagram boards allow you not only to move the pieces around to analyse — there is also an embedded engine that will actually play the positions against you!

Mark all topics as READ. It did not even work without time pressure: White can play englunx.

A Queen’s pawn, Charlick (Englund) gambit – 1. d4 e5 – Chess Opening explorer

At your ;level, the opening plays a very minor role to your chess development. Store your games, training material and opening repertoire in the cloud.


After the continuation Views Read Edit View history. Bg3, Zilbermints recommends either They don’t respect chess, so they don’t think that chess journalism gajbit journalism basics. Bxd6 will offer Black a lead in development to compensate for the pawn.

But against the Englund Gambit, experienced players are often throwing caution into the wind: Retrieved from ” https: Pick a sound and simple one, and try understanding its main ideas and development schemes.

Thanks for checking out this annotated game and maybe you can try this trick for yourself in one of your games, but be careful, for the white player might have read this same annotation Black may think that you’ve simply blundered the f4-bishop. Lilov effectively teaches the best plans and ideas in each of these unique openings and guarantees success with ebglund and every one of them.

In 60 minutes you will get a crash course in how to avoid mainstream theory and in understanding the ideas of this Anti-Sicilian setup. Solve tactical positions of your playing strength. Black has numerous ways to continue after 1.