Masters vs Beginners : attacking chess tricks || Bird’s Opening : From Gambit

Masters vs Beginners : attacking chess tricks || Bird’s Opening : From Gambit


Hello Everyone, I am Ashvin. In this video I will show you a chess game
played between Bill Wall against Rusty Warren. Bill wall was playing with the Black pieces
in this game and warren had white of course. The game features the Bird Opening, that is
pawn to f4 and Black started an attack on very first move with pawn to e5 and this is
known as from gambit. white took the pawn, Black played pawn to
d6. White took the pawn and of course you should
take with the Bishop because pawn capture pawn ruins your pawn structure and Queen capture
on d6 blocks your own Bishop so Bishop captures on d6 and Black has already mating threat… How ? say if Nc3 then Black can just play
Qh4 after g3, Queen capture g3 or Bishop capture g3, pawn capture g3 and checkmate on g3. So in the game after Bishop captures on d6
white played knight to f3 stopping this Queen h4. Black played pawn to h5 of course this is
mistake, instead Black should have played Nf6 but we have this h5 and white responded
with g3 and this is a beginner move, you suppose not to respond to a threat which is not real. In this case h5 is not real threat because
h5 – h4 – h3 doesn’t gain anything but we have g3 and this give target on h4 so Black
played pawn to h4. Nxh4 thinking that Black is not going to take
this knight. But chess is not all about the points and
Black took the knight on h4 and after gxh4, Qxh4 is checkmate. I hope you’ve enjoyed this video. Thanks for watching. Bye.

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