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In this section I will analyze games which seem to have some value.

rnbqkbnrpppppppp--------------------------------PPPPPPPPRNBQKBNR
rnbqkbnr
pppppppp
--------
--------
--------
--------
PPPPPPPP
RNBQKBNR

rnbqkbnrpppp-ppp------------p-------PP----------PPPP--PPRNBQKBNR
rnbqkbnr
pppp-ppp
--------
----p---
----PP--
--------
PPPP--PP
RNBQKBNR

This is the aggresive King's Gambit a mediaeval opening which is sometimes seen as dubious, because if black takes on f4 then white's compensation seems somethat insufficient.

rnbqk-nrpppp-ppp----------b-p-------PP----------PPPP--PPRNBQKBNR
rnbqk-nr
pppp-ppp
--------
--b-p---
----PP--
--------
PPPP--PP
RNBQKBNR

The classical variation.

rnbqk-nrppp--ppp---p------b-p-----B-PP-------N--PPPP--PPRNBQK--R
rnbqk-nr
ppp--ppp
---p----
--b-p---
--B-PP--
-----N--
PPPP--PP
RNBQK--R

Situation after 1. e4 e5 2. f4 Bc5 3. Nf3 d6 4. Bc4.

 
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