Chess mates throughout history 4 (Steinitz, Chigorin, Tarrasch)

Chess mates throughout history 4 (Steinitz, Chigorin, Tarrasch)


hello my name is Jovana and I made this video with my coach. Just remind you the main purpose of this video is to connect chess players from all over the world so if you want to be a part of caissas dreams send us a beautiful combination from your game I put our mail into the description below just write your name and where are you from now let’s move to the positions as you can see the eight square is very weak and white tries to use it white queen is under attack but white ignores it that’s why black can capture on e5 you white can play rook d8 but he decided Bishop c4 which is also good I’m not sure but I think Tarrasch analyzed this game good silent move and the black is hopeless other moves are also doing nothing black is one of my favorite players this combination is longer and harder but it’s good to know it for a practical game Bishop f5 trying to cover the g line I’ll show you other movie later as you can see g7 square is weak anyway idea of moving rook is to move king far away from the Queen but in this case you can’t do it I mean you can but not successfully this move is probably the hardest part of this position on a six or any other move Knight to g5 is the main idea threatening mate on f7 Qf5 five was played in game and now other way is winning in this game white wins material another queen sacrifice first move is the same but this position is easier than the one before in this period of time Q sacrifices were very popular of course again I should have called this video queen sacrifices I think I haven’t sacrificed the Queen in my life but if I find that game i will show you and the black can capture the pawn on f3 this is better move for white and black won easily if you liked this video don’t forget to subscribe and see you soon

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