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Here’s one of the most beautiful games in chess history played in 1844 between Alexander Hoffman (white) & Alexander Petrov (black). This game from the romantic era of chess is known as Petrov’s Immortal & features one of the greatest queen sacrifice ever & probably the best castling move of all time. This game also features some interesting moves, tactics, ideas, strategies, tricks & traps. Alexander Dimitrovich Petrov, the inventor of Petrov’s Defense, and author of one of the first Russian chess manuals (1824), was the outstanding Russian player of his day. He gained this supremacy in his teens, and held the top position for more than fifty years! This game illustrates the finest example of castling in chess, and may be used to help beginners study a master game while learning about the rules for castling, sacrificing material for the attack, and constructing a mating net. The opening employs the very unusual Ghulam Kassim Variation of the Giuoco Piano. I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can find the mate in 2 moves.
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Bxc6+, if Rxc6 or bxc6 doesn't matter ,Nc7+RxN,Rd8+#
Nc7+ Rxc7 Rd8#
Answer to the chess puzzle: Nc7+ , Rxc7 , Rd8# .
I know that one move we do is rook to e1 in this way we save our knight and idk abt the second can plz tell this 😅
Nc7 Rxc7 is forced Rd8#
Ans of chess puzzle is mate in 2
First Nc7+ if Rxc7 than Rd8#
Bishop take C6, if pawn takes bishop, knight goes c7 rook takes & white rook simply checkmates with d8. And if rook takes bishop same thing will happen
Bro its mate in 3
Knight to c7 the Rook is forced to capture the Knight and then Rook to d8 is a stunning checkmate
Puzzle = Nc7+ And He must tack that Night with his rook. Then Rd8# ..It's A beautiful checkmate and He can't cut with his Night because Our bishop is pinned his Night.. Thank you for your puzzles and This invincible super game ..Good Luck !
Have you a Chess class
Hope I can play like em someday
Knight c7 check rook is forced to take the knight then rook d8 is a mate because knight cannot take the rook because there is a bishop
Nc7+and Rxc7 and Rd8#
Nc7 check,R x c7 the only legal move and Rd8 is a beautiful checkmate
rd8 is mate in 2 move
Knight in front of the rook it's a check rook takes and white rook on the dark square beside the king supported by our dark squared Bishop delivers a checkmate
White : bishop take knight c6(check)
Black: either rock c6 Or pawn c6
White : knight c7 (check)
Black: rock c7
White: rock d8
Ans fro the puzzle nh7 rxg7 rd8 is mate
Nc7+ Rxc7 Rd8#
1 Nf7+ Rxf7
Answer 1 Nc7+ Rxc7 2 Rd8 #
Nc7 Rxc7 Rd7
First Nc7 if rook captures then Rd8
At first take the ni8 with bishop,then make a check with the ni8 and he took the ni8 with his rook and he finished with the check by the rook
In the checkmating time Black could have also played Rook to G5#
Puzzle : Kc7 check, black rook takes knight, then rd8 check and thats mate cuz black can't take the rook with his knight cuz of pin by bishop and he have to take the knight by his rook cuz there aren't any other legal moves for Black
Nc7+. Rxc7(only legal move)
(W)Bishop remove knight then (B)rook or Pawn take it then (W)Khight check rook have to take (W)Rook move and checkmate.
nc7 rxc7 rd8
PUZZLE SOLUTION: Nc7+ Rxc7 Rd8#
Nc7 check rxc7 and rd8 check mate
nc7 + rxc7
Nc7 Rxc7🎉 Rd8#
Knight to c7 and check rook forced to take the knight then rook to d8 checkmate
Nc7+ — Rxc7 — Rd8#
First NC7+ and taking night with rook is only leagle move after rook c8 is a check mate
After black Nxd6 white could have played Qd5 and then white would have won easily by a full queen
Puzzle : Night c7 and Rook d8 chek mate
Puzzle: This is a simple two-move combo. First Nc7+ and black has nowhere to run with the king. Rxc7 is forced, and then Rd8 finishes it off because that's a beautiful Paul Morphy style checkmate.
Also, that's what you get for leaving the king in the middle 😆😆😆
I KNOW THIS PUZZLE IT IS NC7 RC7 RD8