Crush Your Opponent Like Nepo By Breaking Chess Rules!

Crush Your Opponent Like Nepo By Breaking Chess Rules!


Hello chess lovers. Here is a game played by Ian Nepomiachtchi and Maxime Vachier Legrave. This was a blitz game and was played in 2014. In chess there is an unwritten rule. there is an unwritten rule. Do not move your pieces twice in the opening. But we can see that in this game Nepo out of 10 moves played 6 times with his knight. Let’s see if it is a good idea. Nepo started with e4 c5 Sicilian Defense. cd4 Nd4 Nf6 Nc3 a6 and the game transforms into a Najdorf variation. but at the same time we can g y square so level made an interesting decision to walk nice bank work in order to move forward again 91b 593 you should be seven if for example before threatening to take on e4 the 95 90 people and here comes to talk more fire white 95-96 g5g should take g fire and it could you find them there is a night seven check and kisses for wife so he should be seven and now comes Knight g5 before 95 because of that square on s7 this week if you want play before then white is threatening a four and then playing be sure before before 95 night takes d5 and here comes an interesting sacrifice by white t-shirt before night of sikhs likely decided to keep his material but Queen a5 was probably adventure be sure case takes ETD 597 casting with an equal position but after neither speaks why takes on f7 kinky server and canceling 96 a free a5d should be free GC trying to open up space for the beautician we should take g seeks the thing is that this more gives like a chance to use the g5 better was he should be free we should think she seeks group GA be sure that fly you should be 880 before we should take a five you think a 480 before 96 a veteran move was Queen Queen be free we the intention of going for example to queen before which can cause a lot of problems you can see that these diagonals also weekend 96 Quincy aight well as these are the police came like me he should keep to equalize the position by playing who takes a one-night 68 Luke x96 checks key 795 check on cakes cakes and this would have been better for black shortly after Quincy ate here comes to be sure to be five cleaning the night takes a one Queen takes Queen b7 a better movie set up playing will be seventies 65 latex and queen why this is a course data for blade but after Queen b7 here comes Paige for in your cellar when you want and here and we are gathered by plank 97 after which 98 is winning and black resigned Well, your comments please. I think that this can be quite an interesting idea for developing and playing in blitz games surprising your opponents and gaining extra time to win the game. Good luck

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  2. I enjoy your videos, just a quick comment: stop putting the links and the logo up so soon after the last move, It's hard to get a look at the last move before all the links come up and block the board.

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  4. At 2:37, why didn't white take on F7 with the knight? that would have been a fork on queen and rook, wouldn't it? Or am I missing something?

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