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This looks like one of those Mieses Gambits? 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qa5 4. b4? In the first position given, White has more than enough compensation for the sacrificed pawn, but there's a lot of chess to be played. Asking if Black can equalize is a silly question. Of course Black can equalize. Anything can happen in a real game of chess. Chessplayers ...


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Black's going to have a hard go of it, for sure, though no plan for White stands out 1...g6 2. Rhe1 Bg7, now what? Can White bring any more pressure to bear on c7 or e7? Will a gradual expansion on the queenside do? I think the second is more likely, because I think Black might opt to give up the a-pawn or the c-pawn because it's the only way to complete his ...


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