Ryder Gambit – Chess Opening

The Ryder Gambit is an aggressive line in the Blackmar–Diemer Gambit. It starts with the moves:

1.d4 d5
2.e4 dxe4
3.Nc3 Nf6
4.f3 exf3
5. Qxf3

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  1. After rook b8 why wouldnt white just take the a6 pawn

  2. Your still hereafter all theseyears

  3. You were the first chess channel I ever watched, can't believe you're still uploading xd

  4. Can you do a video on why Magnus Carlsen thinks Niemann cheated?

  5. These videos are the first Chess videos I ever watched. About 7 years ago. I'm still crap lol. I'm glad you're still going 🙂

  6. I’ve learned to watch for white bishop takes on C6 and queen takes on C6+. I just didn’t know the gambit name and it’s variations. Now I’m ready. Thanks Kevin for your great posts. I’m becoming a better chess player than my peers by watching your videos.

  7. Great video especially the part where it's unfinished and just cuts off

  8. I play the blackmardiner a few thimes…without know, but I don't know what to play after Nf3, or this is the opening???

    Anyway it's really good deffending lines keep up!

  9. The Ryder Gambit is refuted fairly simply: 5.Df3: Dd4: 6.Le3 Dg4 7.Df2 e5! 8.a3 Ld6 9. Sf3 e4 10.Sd4 00 0-1

  10. Hey Kevin, love your content! was wondering if you would make a video on the moller attack sometime?

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