Chess traps in the opening Scotch game with the intermediate checks!

Chess traps in the opening Scotch game with the intermediate checks!


We continue
to study Scotch Game and consider
the interesting continuation on the fifth
move. White moves Bc4 This move only
looks like active but actually gives
advantage for black much more profitable
to play N:c6 and after b:c e5 Qe7, Qe2 Nd5, c4 with active
playing In the game after Nf6 followed Bc4 and the response of black N:e4 B:f7 +, K:f7 Qh5+ g6 Qd5 + Kg7 and N: c6 Why doesn’t White take the knight on e4? Turns out It would be a mistake,
Q:e4 and Bb4 + Re8 Threatens tying a Queen and winning it. So white
forced to move Kd1 and after d5, Qd3, Qf6 White has a big
Problems. Let’s go
to the game Black played Kg7, and followed N:c6 Here the black could play Qe8 protecting the e4-knight or another move
b:c and would have a small
advantage. But they made a mistake,
which led them to the loss of the queen After N:c6 they played Nf6, attacking the queen, losing an
intermediate check Bh6+ K:h6 and Qd2+ Queen go from the blow, and Kg7 and N:d8 In this position,
black resigned. That’s why playing the chess game, you need to ensure that
the opponent hasn’t an intermediate checks. Subscribe and put like! Thank you!

One thought on “Chess traps in the opening Scotch game with the intermediate checks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *