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V. Perevozchikov, 2262
I. Cirulis, 2258

1/2-1/2

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Moves :   Qf6   Nc6 ?   Nf6   Qe7 ?       (back)


Position after : Nxe5 ,   last edited by   Gregory Kohut   (1783)
[2024 April 22]


The beginning of the end ! Black has no moveoptions and the Qf6-Move is a MUST and not a can.

The following comment is by me (Benjamin Aldag):

The Kings Gambit was good to play in the early 80s. But with comming of good and fast computers, the Kings Gambit is researched move for move in all lines. If both players play the best moves, all white can reach is a draw. But the point is, white has the chance, to do more wrong in the opening, than black. Ok, there are some kiddy-tricks by white, but if black want an equal game, he will get it. Now letz take a look to the latvian,- the Kings Gambit with a tempo down. If the Kings Gambit is bad, why should the Latvian Gambit good for black with a tempo down ? The only way for black is to hope, that the white player isn't prepared for this gambit. There are many traps, but the basics of these traps are easy to see. Black is from beginning on under big pressure and has no dynamic play. In nearly all lines of the Latvian Gambit, black has only forced moves. From now on, i will give to all moves in all lines my commentary. Ok.... i'am not a GM, IM, or FM, but i think i know the Latvian Gambit really good.
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Contributors : Benjamin Aldag, Gregory Kohut



[ECO "C40"] [Opening "Latvian counter-gambit"]


Qf6 : 190 games, White ELO av : 1821, Black ELO av : 1850
    1-0 : 58.1%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 8.6%  ,   0-1 : 33.3%

Nf6 : 44 games, White ELO av : 1759, Black ELO av : 1710
    1-0 : 52.3%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 9.1%  ,   0-1 : 38.6%

Nc6 : 6 games, White ELO av : 1994, Black ELO av : 1774
    1-0 : 83.3%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 16.7%

Qe7 : 6 games, White ELO av : 1510, Black ELO av : 1679
    1-0 : 50%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 50%

d6 : 2 games, White ELO av : 1188, Black ELO av : 1299
    1-0 : 50%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 50%

Bc5 : 1 game, White ELO av : 1298, Black ELO av : 1770
    1-0 : 100%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 0%

Bd6 : 1 game, White ELO av : 1581, Black ELO av : 1000
    1-0 : 100%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 0%

g6 : 1 game, White ELO av : 2187, Black ELO av : 1277
    1-0 : 100%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 0%  ,   0-1 : 0%



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