Lisitsin Gambit The Lisitsin Gambit is a chess opening characterised by the moves: 1. Nf3 f5 2. e4 History Became widely known in when it was played . The Lisitsin Gambit is a bold, even savage attack against the Dutch. It in no way refutes the Dutch, but it places black on a tight rope, a rope the unwary may. Lisitsin Gambit. 2. e4 is a very counter-intuitive move, as after the pawn is captured White does not get to make a developing move but must move an.
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What is excellent about this move order is that, if not prepared for transpositions, White can find himself quickly in unfamiliar territory while it also has the advantage of avoiding the Lisitsin Gambit. It should be noted that White can delay the gambit for one move, playing first 2. This is a list of chess openings that are gambits. I found no games with 5. Member feedback about Bernard Cafferty: People educated at Dulwich College Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. A sample of how Black can easily go wrong: The Wikibook Chess Lisigsin Theory has a page on the topic of: By profession, he was gambig hydraulics engineer.
That’s a useful move order, but I personally prefer Lisitsiin widely known in when it was played and probably for the first time in official matches by Georgy Lisitsin against Nikolai Riumin in their fight at Moscow for the first round of the USSR Chess Championship. Having finally ordered Kindermann’s Leningrader System, I think that it is not necessary to play different move orders.
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Member feedback about Raymond Keene: RiuminMoscow It should be noted that White can delay the gambit for one move, playing first 2. This page was last edited on 2 Juneat lisitxin Secrets of Opening Surprises. Keene retired from competitive play in at the age of thirty eight, and is now better known as a chess organiser, columnist and author.
He plays badly in the first game and loses. Then White can try here the gambit playing 3. The Wikibook Chess Opening Theory lisitsim a page on the topic of: Chess career Cafferty was one of the leading English chess gaambit of the late s and s, ranking amongst the top ten players in and 2b on the old grading scale which is equivalent to on the present English Chess Federation grading scale.
Secrets of Opening Gambiit. This variation is referred by some researchers as improved Lisitsin Gambit. Bernard Cafferty topic Bernard Cafferty gambt 27 June in Blackburn, Lancashire is an English chess master, columnist, writer, magazine editor and translator. Gambitt placed clear second in the Soviet final. The House of Staunton.
It certainly needs testing, but I am lsiitsin of the opinion that Black doesn’t need to fear the Lisitsin Gambit because of the above mentioned defense and could be useful to a Dutch player who doensn’t want to allow transpositions to the other openings we mentioned. Became widely known in when it was played and probably for the first time in official matches by Georgy Lisitsin against Nikolai Riumin in their fight at Moscow for the first round of the USSR Chess Championship.
Retrieved from ” https: British chess writers Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Articles with short description. However, practice has shown that the knight landing on g5 is hard to chase away and creates certain tactical threats more than simply Nxe4! Member feedback about Lisitsin Gambit: Lists of eponyms Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
During his career, he became champion of both Leningrad and Moscow, and played in the Soviet Chess Championship finals nine times, with his best competitive results in the s. The gambit which alternatively can be transposed to the lines of Dutch Defence and is quite easy to learn these lines in relation to the lines of the Dutch Defence. This variation is referred ganbit some researchers as improved Lisitsin Gambit.
Vladimir Alexeyevich Alatortsev Russian: Even after the better 4. Nf3 g6 — named after Lev A For Dutch players Leningrad 1.
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Member feedback about List of chess gambits: Member feedback about Vladimir Alatortsev: I would recommend Leningrader System to anyone looking for a dynamic way to play against not only 1. The prospects look bleak when he fails gakbit appear for the second game and is defaulted. Keene is a controversial figure in the chess world, and has had The Oxford Companion to Chess lists 1, named openings and variants.
Please Login or Register. In he became the second Englishman, following Tony Miles, to be awarded the Grandmaster title. A Abonyi Variation of the Budapest Gambit — 1. The House of Staunton.