Two simple chess traps in the opening “Danish Gambit”!

Two simple chess traps in the opening “Danish Gambit”!


we analize
simple trap in Danish Gambit today White sacrificed two
pawns to get the attack. Bc4 c: b, and B: b2 Bb4 + Remind that the main
continuation here is considered Nf6, and after e5 d5 e:f, Bb4 + the exchanging
variant leads to a rather tactical
game Let’s go back to our
party instead Nf6 black plays Bb4+ Nc3 Nf6 black
attacking the e4-pawn and white put
the first trap, playing Nge2 for black in this position
better to play d6 warning
attack of the pawn e4-e5 or make a short castling if they play
N:e4 They fall into the
trap short castling of
white N: c3 N: c3, B: c3 moves would seems quite
natural, but they lead to worse
black’s position after B: c3, if
black will do a short castling,
they lose in five moves Qg4, the threat of mate on g7 g6 QD4, and it turns out,
there isn’t protection from mat on g7 pawn f7
can not move, it is tied therefore
black give the queen, Qf6 Q: f6 d6 and Qg7 # let’s see how
events can develop after move
of white N: c3 if Black will not
take a knight B:c3 and play, for example, 0-0 that after Nd5 there is another
trap of white Now if Black
play Bd6 it would be a mistake
because Qg4 threat of mate on g7 g6 Qd4 and black is helpless f6, N:f6 + Kg7, Ng4 + Rf6 Qd5 Qf8 B: f6 + black forced
beat the bishop by the queen and Qg8 #
they get a checkmate therefore in this variant black should not play
Bd6 but should play Qh4 and after N: c7
Q: c4 N: a8, Nc6 Nc7, d6 get a small
advantage with a light peace and two pawns against opponent’s rook these are simple traps that
can be in the opening Danish
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