By Bruce Albertson
Nice for newcomers who are looking to recover and intermediate gamers who love demanding situations, readers examine the main basic and difficult chess establishing traps—and the proper technique to play mistake-free openings—how to drag them off or to prevent them! This booklet combines openings guide with the elemental tactical methods that belong within the arsenal of each chess participant. Packed tight with 649 diagrams and 217 commencing traps, this e-book is an ideal and painless approach for starting and intermediate avid gamers to benefit the typical error made by way of amateurs and the way to punish those who haven’t discovered those classes. greater than forty commencing structures are coated.
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8. Re l . a6 40 . CARDOZA PUBLISHING • CHESS OPENING TRAP OF THE DAY analysis: qfler 13. Qyh7f 31. DAMIANO DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. e7 Nf6 d5 Nbd7 He doesn't do that. 9. Bxf6 10. f3 1 1 . Nd2 Black's opening is tricky but infe rior and so far White has done ev erything right . But he has to know how to extricate his queen from the corner. The best way is 9. Nc3 c6 1 0. h4 Kf7 1 1. h5 and the queen gets out after 1 l.. Bg7 12. hxg6t Kxg6 1 3. Qxh7t etc. 41 Nxf6 Kf7 Bg7 The White queen is trapped and lost.
A4, to stop Black from expanding on the queenside. 8. Be3 Bb3 9. b4 Mter the c3-knight moves, Black wins an important center pawn for free, I O . Nxe4. b5 .. 48 CARDOZA PUBLISHING • CHESS OPENING TRAP OF THE DAY 39. PHILIDOR DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. e4 N£3 d4 c3 e5 d6 Nd7 Ne7 Playing the king-knight to e7 jams Black up. The most natural placement for the knight was 4 . Ng8-f6. 5 . dxe5 6. Bc4 Black can't stop the invasion at fl . About the only thing we can see is 7 . Nc5, but then comes 8 . Bxf7t Kd7 9.
F4 3. Nc3 e5 d6 Be6 5. f5 In the developing stage the short stepping knights should ge t prefer ence over the long-st riding bishops. 4. Nf3 Notice how White brings out his knights. 4. The light-squared bishop is com pletely hemmed in and is lost. Black did this to himself. Nd7 Black decides to bring out a knight, but he puts it on the wrong square. Better was 4.. Nc6, guard ing the e5-pawn, without jamming in the bishop. 32 CARDOZA PUBLISHING • CHESS OPENING TRAP OF THE DAY 23. KING'S GAMBIT 1 .
Chess Opening Trap of the Day by Bruce Albertson