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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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1. Bxc6+ (However he takes)
2. Nc7+ Rxc7
Knight c7 check
Rook if forced to take
Then rook d8 is mate
Puzzle Nc7+ R×c7 Rd8#
Video Idea Killer Opening For Black
Nf7+ Rxr7 Rd8#
Knight to c7 and rook to d8
Nc7+ Rxc7 rd8#
Nc7+Rxc7 is forced Rd8#
Rxc7 is the only legal move
Answer to the puzzle is white Bishop takes knight with check, does not matter if the pawn or rook takes back so, pawn takes Bishop, Knight to c7 check, rook takes knight, rook to d8 checkmate.
Kc8 check rook take the knight then rook to rook to f8 checkmate
puzzle:1bc6 check pawn or rook takes bishop 2:knight c7 rook takes 3 : rook d8 checkmate
1. White: Bishop to c6 taking the Knight.
1(a). Black: if takes with pawn,
2. Knight to c7 check.
2. Black only move is to take Knight. And then rook to d8 checkmate.
1(b). If black takes with rook,
2. White Knight to c7 check.
2. Rook takes Knight.
3. White rook to c8 checkmate.
Hii Chess talk
1. Nc7+ Rxc7 is forced
2. Rd8 is a beautiful smoothered checkmate
1.Nc7+ Rxc7 2.Rd8#
First we play knight c7 check
Takes with the rook
Then it's game over with rook d8 that's check and mate
the puzzle is Nc7 check Rxc7 and Rd8#
Kn×c7 and black rook is forced to capture then we finish it of by our Rd8 😀.
It’s knight to c7
White:Nc7, Black:Rxc7, White:Rd8# CHECKMATE!!!
First,Knight c7 check.hell have to take with the rook.finally,rook d8 is a mate
Nc7 Rxc7, Rd8#
1. Nc7+ , Rxc7
Nc7 + Rxc7 Rd8#
Answer for the puzzle is
Nc7+ , R×c7 is forced, after that the brilliant move Rd8#
White – Nf8+
Black is force to capture the knight so, Black – R×f7
White ends the game by playing Re8#
first knight c7 check black is forced to take the knight then rook to d8 is a beautiful smothered checkmate.
Knight to C7 check, rook kills the knight then white knife rook to D8 is a simple checkmate
Bxc6 (bxc6 Nc7 check Rxc7 Rd8 mate) if Rxc6 Nc7 Rxc7 Rd8 mates
Nc7 check Rxc7 and Rd8 CHECKMATE
Bxc6-bxc6, Nc7-Rxc7, Rd8#
nc7 check rook takes c7 rd8++
Nc7+ R×c7 and finally Rd8#
Rook takes and the black rook gives a check e1
answer to the puzzle: NC7 (king cannot escape because all the squares are covered by white) forced RXC7. Then the amazing ending move RD8#
Sacrificing horse and mate with rooke and bishop 👍
White should Sacrifice he's knight by placing in c7 n let the black rook take the knight n then move the white rook d8 n it's checkmate
Nc6 rook must take the knight ,rd8 mate
i sacrificed my bishop but my dad captured it without thinking then i doubled check him with a knight
NC7+ Rxc7 Rd8#
suution knight to c7 and then rook to d8 checkmate
Bxc6+, if Rxc6 or bxc6 doesn't matter ,Nc7+RxN,Rd8+#