Chess Lesson: How to Beat a Chess Master Series – 22

Chess Lesson: How to Beat a Chess Master Series – 22


Pirc Defense Developing my pieces Preparing for fianchetto bishop Castling for king safety My pawn push to f5 prevents his f4 pawn to move forward Lifting my king to a safe square and at the same time protecting my g and h pawns Controlling the central squares by not allowing his e4 pawn to move forward Advancing my knight and aiming the g4 square targetting his bishop Keep your f5 pawn intact. Taking his e4 pawn will only open his Queen diagonal towards my King This knight leap is preparing for my f pawn push further to f4. This knight sacrifice breaks his kingside. The compensation for this is pawn push to f4 forking his pieces The rook sacrifice allows my Queen to d6 square pinning his Rook towards his king He needs to remove his King from this pin otherwise g5 pawn is coming His knight to b5 will be countered by my Queen to e5 Threatens to capture his rook This queen retreat to d8 is preparing for Queen to h4 after my e7knight leap to a suitable square Queen to h4 is another option but I think this queen move to g5 is best as it prevents his King going to d4 for escape. His King going to d2 will only leave his bishop unprotected. This bishop sacrifice will activate my rook to f8 double-checking his King and Queen Moving my king for safety first and then later on take his bishop. His bishop cannot move anyway. Checking hi King with my pawn. I still see to it that all my g6, g7 and g8 squares are protected. My f2 pawn now is an asset Threatening Queen takes c3 pawn Mating his King with my Pawn FOR MORE VIDEOS, PLEASE CLICK LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!!!

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