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Normal Topic Caro-Kann Danish type gambit? (Read 792 times)
Sterling Kolde
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Caro-Kann Danish type gambit?
10/20/05 at 00:45:24
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Hello!  In English class today mulling over my opening lines (1.c4, Caro-Kann, Budapest Fajarowicz/Grunfeld) and this line popped into my head: 1.e4 c6 2.c4 e6 3.nf3 d5 4.cxd5 exd5 5.exd5 nf6! 6.dxc6 bc5 xb7 bxb7

Fritz analyses this as as +- 1.16.  I expect this would be a huge suprise line against an unsuspecting white opponent.  I've never seen anything ever of the sort!  I expect lots of attacking chances similar to the Danish gambit. 

Fritz analyses 6 ... Nxc6 as = (.25)
Almost seems to have a smith-morra feel to it.  Anyway, just looking for your opinions. White has many options to advance his e-pawn to e5 none of which seem very strong as bg4 or bf5 seem fine.

White has alternatives on move 3, instead of nf3 but none I have found have lead to anything that different, (be2, d4, nc3)

Thanks in advance
Waffles
  
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