69 ( +1 | -1 ) answer to smtih morra gambit1) e4, c5 2) d4 cxd4 3) c3 if you play 3..d3 then white plays 4) Bxd3, Nc6 5)Qb3, g6 6) Nf3, Bg7 7) Bf4, e6 8) Bd6, f5. Which black will have to delay castling for some time, and black starts a pawnstorm attack on the kingside of white and usually the sicilian will destroy whites queen side and he castles kingside. alot of fun stuff can happen.if you play e5 as blacks 3rd move, white continues as a follows 4) Nf3, Nc6 5) cxd4, exd4 or d5.. if exd4 then white plays Nxd4, and black plays Nf6 Nxc6. if black plays d5.. then Qxd4 for white then 4... dxe4 5) Qxe4,Nf6 6) Bb5+, Nbd7 7) Qe2, a6. this will chase the bishop out ,but then white will focus the bishop to attack on the kingside of black.
65 ( +1 | -1 ) smolensk: Thats not longer the Morra Gambit, it's Alapin Variation..... 1.e4 c5 2.c3 d5 3.exd5 Qxd5 4.d4 cxd4?! 5.cxd4 .... not a very good line of it..... as you said you gain a tempo with later Nc3. White's main problem is the isolated pawn on d4, I don't think that an attack on black's kingside is possible, because the center is open and you have to look about your lonely pawn..
chesskid: I can't believe that black plays such a supidity like e6 to make Bd6 possible. As black, I would choose another pawn structure: e6, d6 and not g6 and e6...... I would play this way: 1.e4 c5 2.d4 cxd4 3.c3 d3 4.Bxd3 Sc6 5.Sf3 (to prevent Sf6.. but the problem is that black can play d5... )