The Bishop’s and Queen’s sacrifice trap in the Chess Opening Italian Game!

The Bishop’s and Queen’s sacrifice trap in the Chess Opening Italian Game!


we continue to study
Italian game “Giuoco piano” opening Make primary
moves Bc4 Bc5, 0-0, Nd6, d3, d6 and now on the waiting list
Another move for white Bg5 this move of the bishop is considered premature,
as black did not make a castling,
and the rook h8 is on his
starting position much more accurate for white
here to play Nc3 In the game, the white
played Bg5 followed Bg4 h3 and black sacrifice a bishop h5! h:g, h:g, Nh2 Black plays g3 f2 pawn can not to take
g3 pawn because it is tied up so white need to retreat somewhere by the Nh2 the natural move Nf3 is a mistake here is better to play Ng4 after N:g4 black sacrifices
queen But white should to play Q:g4 It mustn’t to move B:d8 Why? We’ll see it in the chess game. The move
g3 followed And Black have placed a clever trap
and the knight moves on f3 Ng4 followed, black sacrifice the queen!
and White’s position already lost B:d8 followed B:f2 + R:f2 and g:f here the white resigned,
because after Kf1, black move Rh1+ Ke2, R:d1 Black
threatens to promote paun to the queen so king can not take the rook on d1 but other moves
do not save black e.g., Nfd2 leads to the beautiful checkmate Nd4+, K:d1 Ne3+, Kc1 and Ne2 # necessarily
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