Do you think if you have queen, rook and bishop on your side on the chess board then you will become a sure winner? Nope, that is not true. Although below chess game does not really prove the above concept but it is very close to prove it. Chess is not about what type of powerful piece you have on board but how you use those pieces through precise calculation on each and every possible positions that will lead you to victory.
In below game I start off the chess game playing as black and manage to win the game because I have started to really understand chess which I used to think it is the game about queen, rook and bishop. Today after this game my mindset has reopen to a new chapter and thus my entire chess strategy will change forever!
The end game is critical than the middle game and the opening game is always critical than the end game in Chess!
What if your opponent rejects the Danish Gambit? Then what is the move you should play immediately to counter attack?
Below is a chess game which my opponent rejects the Danish Gambit by bringing his knight out instead of taking the pawn which I offered to him. That really makes the situation a lot more complicated than I have expected. The next move we should do if our opponent brings his knight out is to push our pawn upward and thus forced his knight to go somewhere else. Then we can have all the fun even though we have to abandon our initial plan. I did made a blunder and lost my knight during the game but I manage to come back strong and finished him up.
Don’t ever give up unless you really cannot come back anymore.
Danish Gambit is a chess opening I am using in almost 99% of my chess game nowadays. I like Danish Gambit because it is simple, it is effective against the aggressive player and it is almost perfect as compared to the English opening.
The beauty of Danish Gambit is it tricks it’s opponent deep into it’s territory by giving out piece after piece and then before the opponent can fully develop his pieces the Danish Gambit’s player will start to press forward and eventually destroys all the opponent pieces and finally wins the Game!
You need lots of practice and prepare to sacrifice lots of your own pawn when you are playing the Danish Gambit opening. It is a fun chess gambit to play but it is not for the chess beginner who has no idea what to do next when the Gambit goes wrong!
Boy and Robot is a homemade java maze game which runs on Java Virtual Machine. In order to play this game you will need to install JVM on your computer. Then click on the game icon to start playing the game.
How to play the game :
You need to collect all the stars on the maze board to win each level. If the robot gets you, you lose. If you have used up all the time before you have collected all the stars, you lose the game. Every time you lose the game you will need to restart from that level again. If you win then you will proceed to the next level!
For the Java Game Developer
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It is the summer time and the best method to cool down your body is to play a game of chess. My opponent who plays the white pieces is a IM but he is not playing well today as you can see there are many holes in his game. We both start our first few moves in the standard fashion. Then the situation on the chess board starts to change after he has made a very strange move by exposing my “left flange”. I know what he wants and I also can see there is a big hole in his game! The game continues and I further solidify my position on the chess board by bringing out my left knight into the game…
The last few moves are the one that really secure my victory against this player who ranks higher than me. He resigns after I move my knight…
When the first time I look at the Danish Gambit chess opening I was simply shocked that how on earth can someone even thinks of this masterpiece? When you see this opening in the first time you will really think that your opponent must be out of his mind by giving out piece after piece but before you realize that a trap is waiting for you at the end you are almost done! Nobody can deny that danish gambit is the work of a genius, we lost pieces at the beginning but at last we are the winner, that is the beauty which hides behind Danish Gambit.
The mindset of the Danish Gambit player:
Get ready to lost as many pieces as you need in order to achieve the final glory.
The mindset of your opponent:
He thinks you are silly but before he realizes his mistakes he is over!
The mindset of the creator:
He comes from a culture and civilization which is willing to give up everything just to achieve the ultimate victory.
We really need to practice this formation for at least 100 times before we can master it, we also need to take a risk and prepare for a quick lost if we have decided to use this Gambit as our commonly use chess opening. Once we have mastered the Danish Gambit we will see lots of weaknesses and holes in our opponent game during the match which we can then capitalize and easily defeat even the strongest opponent on earth such as the Russian or the US player!