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THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT
White plays the Q-side gambit, advancing his (her) QBPawn to QB4(c4) to draw Black off-centre by a 3.PxP..QxP, 4.Kt-QB3, 5.P-K4 threat. Unlike the King's (usually accepted) the Queen's Gambit is not really a sacrifice, and is usually declined (despite leading to difficult positional play) as Black can take but cannot safely hold on to the P offered. Became popular in the 1900s. W-Alt.
     White   Black
 1.  P-Q4    P-Q4
 2.  P-QB4	   Transp.from Eng.O.

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BLACK moves Queen's Bishop's Pawn:

P-QB4 (c5) or P-QB3 (c6) ?

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BLACK moves King's Pawn:

P-K4 (e5) or P-K3 (e6) ?

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BLACK moves to QB3 (c6) with:

Knight (b8) or Pawn (c7) ?

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