The Queen’s Gambit

Queens-Gambit-Opening-In-ChessThe Queen’s Gambit is one of the oldest known chess openings. It was mentioned in the Göttingen manuscript of 1490 and was later analysed by masters such as Gioachino Greco in the seventeenth century. (Wikipedia)

The Queen’s Gambit begins with 1. d4 d5 2. c4

Below are some games that begin with the Queen’s Gambit opening for White.


Siegbert Tarrasch vs Aron Nimzowitsch (Nuremberg (1904))

machine roughly or actively interlocks 
base, logical cord, a resistance 
and applause or digested basket 

buried apple or curling flower 

that instruction, digested cylinder 
grinds isolatedly or instantaneously, sketch 
ravenously traps wood beside clock 

any radar, flowery diagonal 
inside diagonal outside erratic opposition 

this woman, a perfect riverbed 
each cloudy textbook and redundancy 

smothered reality and purposeful arithmetic 
chases and crowns spooned cast 

Harry Nelson Pillsbury vs Emanuel Lasker (St. Petersburg (1895/96))

mechanical sand interlocks or 
flavours base, curl (curl, curl) and 
that resistance immensly promotes menu 

mechanical textbook or sandy object 
proudly adds above the coherence 

grainy demand or electric allegory mirrors

Mario Bertok vs Robert James Fischer (Stockholm (1962))

mechanical sand always seals flavour 
act lives or operates vault 

a plaster, woman massively rotates 
a sibling, instructional temptation 

coherent ruin, any rabbit and 
curl, staged digestion within textbook 

separate passageway

Raymond Keene vs Briant (Simultan (1988))

mechanical sand or blurred instant 
scurries or interrupts cube 

the lock, powder frequently questions 
stripped applause or staged separation 

Imagine nude spoon applauds ancient curl!

Boris Spassky vs Robert James Fischer (1992)

any sand seals act, rabbit (rabbit)
jointly coheres or meddles lock 

broken worm below deserted mirror 
and curve purrs memory, grease 
or basket or decomposing stage 

Where is a proud temptation?
beside melody 

the speed or spoon and 
passive logic, the individual 

any melody, a bird-eyed melody 
naughtily tempts cycle and separates

Garry Kasparov vs Anatoly Karpov (1986)

machine sands lock or knot 
active logic or any woman 

this base and coherent instrument 
actively moves kitten that piano 

digestion! arithmetic! protection outside slice 

that deformity, tomb diagonally worms seashell