Danish Gambit Checkmate Miniature

Danish Gambit Checkmate Miniature

About Danish Gambit:
The Danish Gambit, known as the Nordisches Gambit in German and the Noords Gambiet in Dutch (both meaning Nordic Gambit).
Danish Gambit is a chess opening that begins with the moves:

1. e4 e5
2. d4 exd4
3. c3

in Danish Gambit, White will sacrifice one or two pawns for the sake of rapid development and the attack.
However, with care, Black can accept one or both pawns safely, or simply decline the Danish Gambit altogether with good chances.

The Danish Gambit was popular with masters of the attack including Alekhine, Marshall, Blackburne, and Mieses, but as more defensive lines for Black were discovered and improved, it lost favor in the 1920s.
Today Danish Gambit is rarely played in top-level chess.

About this Danish Gambit Checkmate Miniature:
** In this chess game white played the danish gambit
** Danish gambit is very aggreshive chess gambit which white offers few pawn in this opening
** Black takes the pawn which is very big blunder in this game
** this leads to un avoidable checkmate
** danish gambit very rare in top level chess nowadays.
** Daish gambit is the chess opening which contains large number of opening traps & tactical ideas for the white pieces in the Danish Gambit Accepted line.
** in Danish gambit, some variations will reach positional chess which required some important concepts & strategies to follow.
** Brilliant idea in Danish gambit is to develop the pices rapidly by offering the 2 or 3 pawns in the opening.
** Danish gambit is the opening which is highly suitable for Blitz or Bullet games.
** In Danish Gambit , there are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves in some variations.
** in this chessgame, white sets a chess trap by sacrifice the queen which lead to brilliant checkmate.

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4 Comments

  1. I wonder though – iif any player with the black pieces, EVER sent the queen into the game in that manner ?

  2. I see so many problems with this checkmate

  3. Jadi gimana kalau di makan raja hitam mantar putih itu.

  4. I may be an idiot but why wouldnt the king just take the bishup on f7 it looks free and even if knight check its not doing anything so can someone elaborate?

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