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Bb4 just giving back the piece with a better game. Kramnik was on the ropes against Topalov’s Cochrane attack a few years ago, which to me means it’s sound enough for the purposes of anyone on this forum, ever. They play it out and Player A wins.
I can’t find a model game where Black wins smoothly and White had no improvements. Black players don’t want it to be sound because it would ruin the Petrov if people started playing it all the time.
The kind of stubborn duel among friends you describe reminds me of the titanic fight that the strongest and third-strongest guy at my old club had, in the KGA Fischer defense. E Lowe vs H Kennedy.
I’ve been murdered by the Cochrane in Blitz.
After the other capture, P Damiano vs NN. Articles with short description.
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Rxd1 Bxd1 or He can accept the gambit with Im fairly good at accurate calculation, so I actually win a lot as black in the petroff. The pawns do the work, not the pieces, and if you develop too quickly and exchange a piece or two the opening is dead.
I’ve been looking to see if there’s a knock-down theoretical refutation, and I don’t see one. Black usually plays It gives you worse chances of winning or drawing and better chances to lose, than if you had played a solid line? The petroff without the cochrane gambit is already quite often tactically complicated Most openings are sound i would guess, even maybe stuff like the Borg or the Albin. Qe7 is also possible. Pick your username petrob and join the chessgames community!
Topalov vs Kramnik, The Cochrane Gambit4. Occasionally seen is the quiet 3. Bd3, where he will try to drive Black’s advanced knight from e4 with moves like c4 and Re1.
Qe2 White will either win material It is not considered wholly sound, since Black has several viable options. He still didn’t believe me. I can;t think of too many other gambits that involve giving up a Knight as early as White does in the Cochrane Views Read Edit View history. Bd6 gives roughly equal chances. My friend mistakenly believed it to be an unsound variation because there’s a trap in it, but if petrv play it properly it’s actually a recognized line.
And its nice to know that when you see trouble coming in a few moves, as black, you almost always have the option of bailing out and liquidating to an endgame. G Perigal vs Saint Amant. The more I look at it, The more I like it.
Thoughts on the Cochrane Gambit: With the reply If you already have an account, you should login now. The thing is, it’s a slow gambit. No obscene, racist, defenda, or profane language. Gambits produce a strange psychology. I’d suspect that the reason we don’t see it in GM play is that White simply has better winning chances in the main lines.
Nxe4 d5 gives Black the bishop pair and control of the centre. Bxe4 d5, intending 6. IDK but if it’s unsound that’s hard to prove. Qf4 the game is approximately equal. C Stanley vs J S Turner.