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Aggressive Chess Gambits – The Nakhmanson Gambit

This is one of those gambits where Black has to know what to do. Otherwise White can score easy and beautiful wins with direct attacks.

It starts with the Scotch gambit where after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 White instead of recapturing on d4 develops the light-squared bishop to a very active position with 4.Bc4.

Many sub-gambits are starting from this position, but I consider the Nakhmanson gambit to be the most aggressive and beautiful one.

Here, after 4…Nf6, White sacrifices another central pawn with 5.0-0. And after Black takes 5…Nxe4, a stunning move 6.Nc3 comes!

After sacrificing two central pawns, White also offers a knight. Aren’t chess gambits impressive?

White opens the position with no waste of time and brings all of his pieces into the game no matter what. In practice, it is very difficult to handle this position with Black; even strong grandmasters can easily fall as victims.

.1. e4

e5

2. d4

exd4

3. Bc4

Nc6

4. Nf3

Nf6

5. O-O

Nxe4

6. Nc3

dxc3

7. Bxf7+

Kxf7

8. Qd5+

Ke8

9. Re1

Be7

10. Rxe4

Rf8

11. Bg5

Rf7

12. Bxe7

Nxe7

13. Ng5

Rf8

14. Rae1

cxb2

15. Qe5

b1=Q

16. Qxe7#

Qxe7

17. Rxe7+

Kd8

18. Nf7+

Rxf7

19. Re8#

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