Ruy Lopez Opening : Trap with Knight Sacrifice 👁‍🗨 (by black)

The Ruy Lopez also called the Spanish Opening or Spanish Game, is a chess opening characterised by the moves:

1. e4 e5
2. Nf3 Nc6
3. Bb5
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Chess Notation:

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Ng4 5. h3 h5 6. hxg4 hxg4 7. Ne1 Qh4 8.
f3 g3 *
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– Classic opening, where pikes are fighting for center position
– White: 1.е4 – Ruy Lopez
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5) Which is the most trending opening today?

Berlin opening, Catalan Opening, Grunfeld Defense, Petroff Defense…

6) Bishop or horse?

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10) I am ordinary chess players, but I am really interested in getting on tournament, what should I do?
First of all make sure that you are aware of tournament rules.

On random games, we tend to talk, we don’t keep track of moves nor time, we ignore various rules such as touching your figures, moving them, etc. Chess tournaments are completely different from random games, it is hard to explain whole process with words, in order to get better idea I would suggest you to visit official event and see everything for yourself.

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29 Comments

  1. knight h2. and both dont have knight haha

  2. I love this shorts. Gj on showing attacks and defenses, thank you for sharing.

  3. Oh bhaaaaaii….👌👌👌👌

  4. It doesn't work if white do not accept it immediately. Simple d3 would refute it. Or c3 then d4

  5. What if the night go to h2, its not a checkmate

  6. knight to E1 was mistaken plus the pon should not be moved.
    if the D line was opened the whole trap would gone wrong with a good chance to capture the opponent's Queen

  7. Instead of moving the knight to e1 it more safe to movevthe pawn to g3 preventing the queen to h4…if pawn takes the knight the queen capture the pawn.

  8. isnt this a draw tho? cuz the king isnt on checkmate

  9. This is draw, the white is Weber half wening

  10. Why does opponent play h3 in first place?

  11. That's silly, white doesn't need to play h3. It won't work on anyone who knows the ruy Lopez

  12. i dont think anyone will undevelop their knight ☺

  13. Фонд Спидвагона says:

    Name music?

  14. copado truco …prometo hacer caer alguno/a con el!:).

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