The Albin Counter-Gambit, as suggested by its name, is employed by the black pieces. Any gambit is an initial sacrifice offered normally by. I play the Albin-Counter Gambit. Just getting that straight. If you guys see any way to destruct the Albin-Counter Gambit, go ahead. This is the Albin-Counter. The Albin Countergambit is not to be feared, particularly. White does quite well after the simple 3. dxe5. My chess database of master games.
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Both players have erred between countfr but White has increased his advantage to the point he’ll probably win. So he considers the main line to be Nge7 then?
Oct 12, 4. In exchange for the gambit pawn, Black has a central wedge at d4 and gets some chances for an attack.
Here’s albih couple of ways to go about it: Play the Albin counter-gambit, because it will teach you chess! Nf3 is not a gambit!
How can black be better after Bf5 it just drops a pawn. The viewer may not show it but White wins both.
When I’ve played 1d4 d5 2c4 e5 as white, I’ve tried 3e3,offering transpositon into a reverse French or indeed the Monte Carlo variation of French – the latter I’ve found is barely equal, BUT if prepared the white player can catch the gambiteer out: Retrieved from ” https: Definitely cojnter a “bad” move for white. No homework for me lol. Morozevich, and the Swedish champion: Here’s what Stockfish recommended instead. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 28 Aprilfounter See something that violates our rules?
Blow the whistle and inform an administrator. In fact, it seems the Nge7 line isn’t the best way to meet this.
Playable for both sides it seems. I don’t have an engine, but I can still shuffle pieces around the board. This opening is ideal for the type of player who strives for an unconvential yet attacking game right from the start.
Albin Counter-Gambit –
Whites 24th, 25th, 26th, gamblt, and 29th moves are poor. At gxmbit this week I will look wlbin the line we considered as ‘critical’ a couple of weeks ago and report back to headquarters. Nf3 and that avoids Albin, of course this limits your options in other lines. If Black doesn’t want to transpose, then after counteg. Leads to a strange game, but perhaps a lot of the themes remain constant. A typical continuation is 5. Qe7 as f5 looks like the most dangerous line for Black to me.
Sources say that Mattia Cavallotti played the first ever game in this opening against compatriot Carlo Salviol in Milan in the year The moves are there.
Here I’d like to give some of the positions I’ve seen, which in my opinion one must play before the tournament, to acquire that kind of understanding needed to play the opening correctly. Secondly, moving his center pawn gives more scope to his f8-bishop and queen. I honestly haven’t encountered it, but I’m going to look for games Terrasch played from the white side since you brought it up.
Oct 14, One should spend minutes to imagine gajbit plans White will employ, and what to do as Black. I’d like to share this masterpiece played by Trent, because it reminds me of Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, a famous game in which many pieces are sacrificed or left en prise. I think it gives the albin player a taste of his own medicine.
Major Lag kylewarren 12 min ago. Don’t try to “refute” it as soon as you can. I’m curious if there is a known effective way of declining the alhin, blunting black’s counterattack, or otherwise maintaining a closed position?
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Rauan Sagit 4, 3 24 You can start the game with 1. It is a perfectly playable opening for black. I think it’s a good try to get the albin player “out of theory” over the board. S P Johnston vs Marshall. Pick your username now and join the chessgames community! It is a monster – I don’t know where to begin. I will check them out, thanks.
Let us take a look at how Morozevich toppled Topalov. To study the opening distinct from the actual middlegame and endgame is foolish.