Chess Trap in the Opening: opponent took two rooks and achieve Checkmate!

Chess Trap in the Opening: opponent took two rooks and achieve Checkmate!


let’s consider
another variant in the Philidor defence d6 d4 the centre attack Nf6 Nimzowitsch offered This move. Black, attacking the pawn on e4,
want winning pace for
development d:e N:e4 and Bc4 Modern variant
associated with the continuation of Nbd2 and
after Nc5 Nc4, d5 The move Qd5 also continue to a complex game. Let’s go back to the
game After Bc4, Black played Be6 followed
exchange on e6 and Qe2 This pursuit by the pawn is
a loss of time Much more was
play Nbd2 White played Qe2 followed d5 Qb5 + Nc6 and Nd4 White continues
worsen their position, and here the black
passes strong
tactical variant associated
with the move Bc5 Could follow
N:e6 B:e2 + Kf1 Qd7 attacking the knight Q:d5 Bb6 Of course, it is impossible
to play Q:d5 because to N:c7 chesck, double strike king d7 and N:d5 In this case
occurs an equal game after the move Bb6 black gets
advantage Q:d7 K:d7 and as a result, White has not developed queenside, Black
developed all the pieses, open file “f” ready to attack
to a white King and Black has an advantage let’s go back to the
game A move Nd4 followed and Qd7 As we have seen,
Black passed variant Bc5 So, Qd7 Q:b7 this is a serious
error It should urgently exchange
pieces by N:c6 Q:c6, Q:c6 + and then b:c game is equal After taking in the game
Q:b7 followed a move Bb4+ White, in pursuit of a pawn, do not notice that their
King did not have time to castle and he
is in danger c3 N:d4 the and here, oddly enough,
Best move Q:a8 + black sacrifice
first rook Could white
play differently for example, a pawn c:b then their position
would be even worse after castling rook protected a rook and now black has a
decisive attack they attack
scuare с2 Na3 protecting this square Qe7 with the idea Qh4 Bd2 White wants to take away
King from the center N:f2 attacking the rook h1 Be3 Qh4, threatens
open check Rg1 Qe4 Kd2, Qd3 + Kc1 and Ne2 # As we have seen, if
White does not take a rook Q:a8 +, their position is
worse Kf7 Black sacrifice a second rook White takes it, but after move Qb5 Black resigned Because no protection from the checkmate on scuare e2 To do absolutly any move, for example, c:b Qe2 Checkmate! Well, just an interesting game Ossip Bernstein and Savielly Tartakover played in Paris in 1937 Chess game is very beautiful! Click LIKE, subscribe to the our channel and look other issues! See you!

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