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QUEEN'S PAWN GAME
The Charlick Gambit
(aka. The Englund Counter-Attack)

Black sets a King's Pawn gambit introduced in the 1890s by Australian Henry Charlick (18451916) to open up the game by a direct challenge. Sometimes tried by combative players hoping to catch an opponent off-balance, but if White avoids later traps then (like the similar Budapest Def.) it is regarded as unsound (ie. likely to fail). B-Alt.
	White	Black
 1.	P-Q4	P-K4?!

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WHITE moves Queen's Bishop's Pawn:

P-QB3 (c3) or P-QB4 (c4) ?

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WHITE moves King's Pawn:

P-K3 (e3) or P-K4 (e4) ?

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