OPENING CHESS TRAP ON THE GROB ATTACK | Chess Traps | SKYEchess

Grob’s Attack is an unconventional chess opening where White immediately moves the king knight’s pawn two squares ahead. Named after: Henri Grob Parent: Irregular chess opening Synonym(s): Spike Opening Ahlhausen’s Opening Genoa Opening San Pier D’Arena Opening Fric’s Opening Kolibri’s…

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Grob’s Attack is an unconventional chess opening where White immediately moves the king knight’s pawn two squares ahead.

Named after:
Henri Grob
Parent:
Irregular chess opening
Synonym(s):
Spike Opening
Ahlhausen’s Opening
Genoa Opening
San Pier D’Arena Opening
Fric’s Opening
Kolibri’s Opening

The opening takes its name from Swiss International Master Henri Grob (1904–1974) who analysed it extensively and played hundreds of correspondence games with it. In Grob’s newspaper column analysis of this opening, he referred to it as the Spike Opening, a name which is still used occasionally. Other early references used the name Ahlhausen’s Opening, after Carl Ahlhausen (1835–1892) of Berlin, one of the first to play 1.g4. Savielly Tartakower sometimes played this opening in simultaneous exhibitions and called it the Genoa or San Pier D’Arena Opening, after the city and suburb of Genoa where he first used it. In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, 1.g4 is called Fric’s Opening, and in other parts of the world it is called Kolibri’s Opening.

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