Posts Tagged ‘sacrifice’

Sample of ultra-dynamic play by Mikhail Tal

The eighth world champion Mikhail Tal and his games are very inspirational for many players. If you want to study more tactic and get feeling for ultra-dynamic positions and intuitive sacrifices I would highly recommend to study his games. Tal’s sacrifices were not always correct, but they created mesh on the board and Tal was […]

Ruy Lopez with 6.Qe2 and Marshall-like antidote

Sometimes we meet rare variants on boards. Like in the case of Ruy Lopez 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0-0 Be7 and now 6.Qe2 instead of usual Re1. What is the idea behind the white’s move and should black afraid of it? Or does black even have any weapon? The move 6.Qe2 […]

Noiseless explosion on e3 made by Alekhine

This is very useful and original pattern to know. It is from the game Reti – Alekhine, played in Baden-Baden tournament in 1925. While built up a fortress of pawns e2, f2, g3, and h2 to protect his king (favourite Reti’s position) and hoped to survive. But black was able to find very nice tactical […]

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