The threshold for inclusion in the database was a high one – an average of just 2500 Elo points – but in addition to that games played by specialists in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted have been used. Magnus Carlsen is represented in the database by 15 games, a total mixture of Whites and Blacks. On the other hand, Fabiano Caruana (37 games) has recently been playing the opening frequently with Black. But you should also study the games of the great specialists: Hrvoje Stevic has the greatest number of games (153), Sergei Rublevsky (146) is probably the most famous proponent of the Queen’s Gambit Accepted.
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A third and very different possibility is 2...dxc4, the Queen’s Gambit Accepted. Black immediately resolves the central tension set up with 2.c4. But in doing so by capturing away from the centre, he does concede to White a 2:1 pawn majority in the middle of the board (d- and e-pawns against e-pawn). At the same time, there is no sensible way for Black to defend the c4-pawn, so that in the strictest sense of the term the Queen’s Gambit is not a real gambit. The principled way for White is now 3.e4, meaning that he immediately forms the “ideal” centre – i. e. pawns on d4 and e4. Black will attack this centre with his pawns and/or pieces, aiming to force the exchange or advance of if possible one of these white pawns. He has the choice between 3...c5, 3...e5, 3...Nc6 and 3...Nf6, after which early complications can develop.=> More products: Queen's Gambit Accepted
The database shows the games list. With a double click on a game, the game is loaded. By clicking on the tab Players you can sort the list by frequency. By doing this you can examine the games of Stevic, Rublevsky or Caruana further who have played the opening a lot.
Games can be replayed and examined with an engine or likewise with a powerbook.