Sherlock Holmes vs Moriarty Chess Game

Sherlock Holmes vs Moriarty Chess Game


Hello everyone, welcome to Semar Chess At this moment, Semar will analyze a very popular chess game that played by Sherlock Holmes vs Moriarty on movie Sherlock Holmes : A Game of Shadows This game was inspired from chess game GM Bent Larsen vs GM Tiger Petrosian at Santa Monica in 1966 of course with different opening and few lines of variations but, there’s a same position after move 25th You can see on the left of screen this same position is played by Sherlock Holmes and GM Bent Larsen this is a same position next move is move 25th okey, let’s check this out Sherlock Holmes do a queen sacrifice with move, Queen takes g6 pawn a clever move on the movie, Moriarty said : “I think.. ..you just lost your most valuable piece:. and then, Holmes said confidently : “..but a winning strategy sometimes necessitates sacrifice”. It’s awesome, isn’t it 🙂 Sherlock Holmes said that a winning strategy sometimes needs a sacrifice, guys So, if you wanna win, don’t forget to do a sacrifice Back to the game, pawn takes Queen bishop takes knight, check King h7 this move is mistake according to computer analysis the correct one is.. rook f7 continued by bishop takes rook, check King f8 bishop takes pawn, check bishop f6 and rook h5 this is recommended move by computer okey, back to the game Sherlock Holmes played rook h3, check bishop h6 the only one move bishop takes bishop followed by bishop f8, a checkmate threat King can’t escape so, if next move was bishop f8 then it is a checkmate Moriarty played rook f5 so that his king can escape to g6 rook takes rook pawn takes rook and a brilliant move played by Sherlock Holmes.. is bishop f7 cage black’s king so that king can not escape to g6 queen b6+, check king h1 queen takes pawn and the most awaited move is.. bishop f8, checkmate# okey, it is analysis of popular chess game played by Sherlock Holmes vs Moriarty on movie Sherlock Holmes : A Game of Shadows If there was a question, write on comments section and if you wanna watch another awesome chess video don’t forget to give likes and subscribe Semar Chess

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