Free Short Chess Lessons 3 – Knight or Bishop in Opening

Free Short Chess Lessons 3 – Knight or Bishop in Opening


this is third free short chess lesson
and the main goal of this lesson is for you to be careful before you develop
your bishop here is why this game is played with Capablanca and Reti against
their coaches so let’s start e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 for now both
players are developing their knives Nc3 white again developed his knight so
now it’s blacks turn should he play Bc5 or Nf6 in this game
black played Bc5 and that is not so good better was Nf6 continuing
developing his knight and then Bishop will come up Bc5 now comes one big
surprise Ne5 first let me tell you what happens if black takes on f2
then Kf2 Ne5 d4 Knight to g6 Bd3 and white has central pawns
and he will make this fake castle and be better that means that black can’t play
Bf2 then he must take on e5 and d4 in this game black played Bd4
slightly better was Bd6 but that doesn’t change
White’s advantage Bd4 Qd4
Qf6 here’s question for you what would you play because black is
threatening to play Nf3 and to capture Queen on d4 I’ll wait few seconds
for you in this position Reti suggested Be3
to protect Queen and to continue developing but Capablanca suggested even
better move Nb5 and that’s winning move in this position because he is
attacking pawn on c7 and also protecting Queen on d4 just to mention on c6 you
shouldn’t play Nc7 that is also winning but we can’t take rook because
of Nf3 for black so better move is Nd6 in this game I’m showing you
black played Kd8 and he missed one super cool double attack Qc5
attacking on c7 and threatening mate on f8 that is why black resigned I hope you
liked this short lesson and you will think about your bishops in openings Subscribe

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