Halloween Gambit: How Scary Is It? | Chess Openings Explained

Jonathan Schrantz demonstrates the Halloween Gambit (also known as the Schultze-Mueller gambit), where white captures the e5 pawn in the Four Knights. Is it really horrible and just a gimmick? Yes. Mic interference ends around ten minutes in. 2016.10.17 Grigor…

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Jonathan Schrantz demonstrates the Halloween Gambit (also known as the Schultze-Mueller gambit), where white captures the e5 pawn in the Four Knights. Is it really horrible and just a gimmick? Yes.

Mic interference ends around ten minutes in.

2016.10.17
Grigor Minchev vs Aleksandr Petrov, TCh-BUL (1994): C46 Four knights, Schultze-Mueller gambit
http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1258288

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