By Timothy Taylor
Pawn sacrifices are really universal in chess video games, and but for a few unknown cause they've been quite missed in chess literature... before.
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Maybe in such a case your opponent's advantage in knowledge and experience (eru- A Few Ideas . . ) will be minimised. For this purpose, I think, the Blumenfeld Gamhit is ideal, an opening with which I have done very well in tournaments. The Blumenfeld Gambit, 'refuted' 'bad', forgotten, little played, is better in just such a case than tired and well k nown lines in the Queen's I ndian or Modern Benoni. Of course, in this digression I have only sketched the problem. I am aware that the matter is much more complex.
E? xd6 (9 . . xe5 d5. We have an unusual position, and one which is in need of further practical tests. xc4 is best met by 9 . . exd5! 1 0 exd5 d6! ; 1 0 . . ll he 1 ! e4! is too risky. The sacrificial line 8 . . f6 + ! ( I I 0-0-0?! e5 f6 1 3 lL! f7 fxg5 is unclear) I I . . xf6. Going back to the position after 8 e4, and assuming an eventual exchange on f6, the most promis ing plan at Black's disposal is probably . . b7, . . ll g8, . . ll b8 or . . 0-0-0, . . d6. White has two equally playable alternatives, castling long or castling short.
D5, and on the next move 9 . . axb5 (instead of 9 . . td3 lLlc6 with only a slight advantage to White. Summary : 6 lLlbd2 is an inter esting move but one which is in need of further practical tests. In conclusion, 5 . . 'ir'a5 + leads to exciting and unconventional play where Black has reasonable prospects! The Blumenfeld Gambit Declined B. 5 . . i. f4 d6 8 e4 a6 (8 . . l:!. i. h2 ttJd7 16 ttJc4 •r6 17 Wd2 g5 with approximate equality, Pre ise-Spielmann, Magdeburg 1 927. Black controls the very important e5 and f4 squares and this is sufficient compensation for the c4 square.