how come that one white horsey get’s a yeller background?
King’s gambit is usually quick and bloody. Anyone playing black needs to know one or two lines he can steer it into. Yer opponent couldn’t even decide if he wanted to accept or decline…not a good look for him.
Personally, in Black’s situation I usually opt for 2. …d5, the Falkbeer countergambit. Or sometimes, the Fischer defense 3. Nf3 d6. which leads to a position after 6 moves that’ll make you think you just drank a fifth of absinthe.
Yeller denotes the last move
It was the last move. origin and destination squares are highlighted a la Wolfie.