The Amar Gambit is an incredibly offbeat, somewhat dubious opening for white that is sure to lead to interesting games! The Amar Gambit begins with the moves: 1. Nh3 e5 2. g3 d5 3. f4?! Bxh3 4. Bxh3 exf4. Black has won a pawn but lags a little behind in development. Meanwhile, white seeks to launch an attack by castling and exploiting the half-open f-file. The Amar Gambit has only been played in one master game in 1933 – as per the chess.com openings database – and resulted in a win for white!
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