A series of Austrian openings named by Richard Sharp involving the moves F Tri-Alb and A Bud-Rum. There are three named variations:
- The Balkan Roadhog (A Vie-Gal).
- McGivern's Gambit (A Vie-Bud),
- Tyroleses Variation (A Vie-Tyr).
RUMANIAN GAMBIT, BALKAN ROADHOG VARIANT The variant of the Rumanian Gambit which sends Vienna to Galicia.
RUMANIAN GAMBIT, McGIVERN'S GAMBIT VARIANT McGivern's Gambit is the variant of the Rumanian Gambit that sends Vienna to Budapest.
RUMANIAN GAMBIT, TYROLESES VARIATION The variant of the Rumanian Gambit which sends Vienna to Tyrolia.
RUMANIAN GAMBIT, WARTHOG VARIANT The Warthog is Richard Sharp's name for the rarely-used Austrian opening (0.87%): F Tri-Alb, A Vie-Gal and, A Bud-Rum. Richard writes that it is "a new name for something resembling a Hedgehog, but not as pretty."