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by L.M. Pickett
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  • Author:
    L.M. Pickett
  • ISBN:
    0900928492
  • ISBN13:
    978-0900928499
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  • Publisher:
    The Chess Player (April 26, 1976)
  • Pages:
    56 pages
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Items related to Centre game and Danish gambit. Pickett, Leonard M Centre game and Danish gambit. ISBN 13: 9780900928499. Centre game and Danish gambit. Pickett, Leonard M. Softcover. ISBN 10: 0900928492 ISBN 13: 9780900928499. Published by The Chess Player (1976).

The opening was used frequently in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but since then good defenses have been found and the opening is very rare nowadays.

The Danish Gambit, known as the Nordisches Gambit in German and the Noords Gambiet in Dutch (both meaning Nordic Gambit), is a chess opening that begins with the moves: 1. e4 e5. 2. d4 exd4. However, with care, Black can accept one or both pawns safely, or simply decline the gambit altogether with good chances.

Publisher:Hippocrene Books, Incorporated. 11 lbs. Related Subjects.

This is the center game. This attempts to rip open the centre by exchanging pawns. However white opts not to make the more 'sound' move 3. Qxd4. He decideds to play a romantic gambit instead exd4. This is the best move. He accepts the exchange.

Centre Game and Danish Gambit, Pickett, .

April 30, 2011 History. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Centre game and Danish gambit from your list? Centre game and Danish gambit. by Leonard M. Pickett. Published 1976 by The Chess Player in Nottingham.

Consumer Warnings/Misc: Don't memorize traps! it will make your chess games fall into a hole and you will most likely not be able to execute the traps in a normal game!

Winning chess Traps for juniors is a sound alternative to this book but it doesn't have as many traps compared to this book, but it is better in analysis and should be looked upon

1976 The Chess Player publication which represents the most violent attempt to the first player to force the game into tactical lines with open play.