Chess Openings – Jerome Gambit

The Jerome Gambit is a very aggressive opening commonly found in the Giuoco Piano after the moves:

1. e4 e5
2. Nf3 Nc6
3. Bc4 Bc5
4. Bxf7+ Kxf7
5. Nxe5+ Nxe5


  1. Man, these gambits that hit f7 with the bishop are just so nasty and cheap.

  2. You know the opening is wild if the video starts with “it’s not sound”

  3. It's a very good opening in early attack in chess and more confusing too much to your opponent, cheers.

  4. Kevin do you think the Italian game is playable for tournaments because I never seen a grand master play these type of opening or the Italian game.😀😃

  5. this is a silly gambit. would never play

  6. btw what about if the black king moves e6 @ 1:42
    and after white plays Qf5
    Then Kd6

  7. Kevin when will you make us a video to beat the schilling kostic gambit because I used that defense a lot and I felt scared to play that now. Kevin when can you please make us a video to beat completely that defense.😀☺❕

  8. Kevin, I just played the Jerome Gambit in and my opponent played all the good moves😂. But it was a pretty fun game! Thanks for the video!!!

  9. Great video, but dreadful gambit. Infantile.

  10. It's a terrible gambit- very easily refuted and black is immediately winning after that series of quite retarded moves. Would only ever work in 1 minute bullet games.

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