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Player: LayZ Style Subject: Chess Trap #9 C65 Ruy Lopez Berlin Defence 4.d3 d5
|Black has developed his Queen prematurely, and neglected necessary defensive measures. |
4...d5? A pointless gambit which does not deserve to succeed. 4...d6 is the proper move.
6...Qb4+ playing for the win of a piece.
7...d4, continuing in consistent fashion. However, White has a clever resource.
8...Qxb2? still pursuing his own plans without considering the consequences.
BLACK\'S QUEEN IS TRAPPED!
|1 Hot_Tracy||2014-04-23 09:39:26|
|Very good. But why is 4...d6 the correct move? I always play Bc5 in this position. I do not understand.||-|
|2 dsuttles||2014-04-23 13:06:57|
|Good point. I will remember 4...d5 is the incorrect move, lol.|
4...Ne7 (the Mortimer trap), on the other hand, is not a pointless gambit.
|3 dsuttles||2014-05-01 06:44:16|
|Why do you always play 4...Bc5, Hot Tracy?||-|
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