Vienna Gambit Chess Opening for White

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Vienna Gambit Chess Opening for White

Today I’d like to teach you the Vienna Gambit chess opening for White. It happens in the Vienna Game that begins with the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nc3, and the Vienna Gambit happens when White plays 3.f4, which looks like a delayed King’s Gambit.

This is a gambit in which white sacrifices a pawn to gain control over the center of the board. This aggressive chess opening gives the benefit of an early attack and a strong control over the center for White.

You will learn how to play against Black’s common responses including 2…Nf6, which is known as the Falkbeer Variation, 2…Nc6 called the Max Lange Defense. You will also learn how to punish Black’s mistakes which are the most-played, natural-looking moves.

I’m also sharing with you a game where the world champion Magnus Carlsen played the Vienna Gambit and won with a strategically winning position.

You can download the PGN of this chess opening below:

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