the Jaenisch is not a gambit, as black returns the sacrificed pawn very soon.jefk wrote:simply with 15...Be6! and so on =Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote: regarding the Marschall, I can not share anything, as there are endless lines to analyse, but one thing is certain: there is not a single sound black gambit, and the Marschall is a gambit.
after Be3, black has no satisfactory reply, one way or another.
'no sound Black gambit' ? hmm well i have to think about that
but indeed i prefer gambits with White only indeed;
yet your statement is in disagreement with your
remark that 3...f5 the Schliemann/Jaenisch gambit in the RL
is the best Black defense. It's a *gambit* and although it's
sharp/double-edged i don't think it's good in computer chess
(for Black); if White has a good book
a gambit is an opening, where there is not an obvious compensation for material deficiency.
you are very very wrong, as usual, 3...f5 is black's best answer to the Ruy Lopez, the only reason it is not that popular is that is sharp, and sharp openings generally get fewer followers.
15...Be6 certainly should lose, no time now for detailed analysis, but that is more than obvious.
[Moderation] The 'as usual' is uncalled for, especially since the person with by far the longest track record of being wrong is yourself,. It can qualify as a personal attack. Please moderate you rethoric, so that I don't have to do it!