Amar Opening (Paris Gambit)

"There are several named variations in the Amar Opening. The most well known one is known as the Paris Gambit: 1.Nh3 d5 2.g3 e5 3.f4? Bxh3 4.Bxh3 exf4. In the Paris Gambit, White allows Black a firm grip on the center, and also gives up material. Therefore, the gambit is considered dubious. The only named variation in the Paris Gambit is the Grant Gambit: 5.0-0 fxg3 6.hxg3. This variation was first played by Savielly Tartakower against Andor Lilienthal in Paris, 1933." [Amar Opening. Wikipedia].
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