The Fried Liver Attack, also called the Fegatello Attack (named after an Italian dish), is a chess opening. This opening is a variation of the Two Knights Defense in which White sacrifices a knight for an attack on Black’s king.
Tal is widely regarded as one of the greatest attacking players in the history of chess. He was known for his imaginative and daring style of play, often sacrificing material to create attacking chances. His playing style and creative ideas earned him the nickname “The Magician from Riga.”
The Jänisch Gambit is a risky opening that requires precise calculation and a good understanding of attacking play. White can gain an advantage by exploiting Black’s weakened pawn structure, but Black’s active pieces and counterattacking chances can also lead to a strong position.