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Player: LayZ Style Subject: Chess Trap #19 C66 Ruy Lopez, Berlin defence
|6...g6. This attempt to develop the Bishop at g7 does not fit in with the system of defense initiated by 3...d6. Better is 6...Be7 7.Re1 exd4 8.Nxd4 0-0 9.Bxc6 bxc6 10.b3 d5.|
If 8...dxe5 9.Qxd8+ Rxd8 10.Nxe5 Nxe4 (10...Bxe4 11.Bg5 Be7 12.Rfe1 wins) 11.Nxc6 Nxc3 12.Re1+ Kd7 13.Nxd8 wins for White.
If 9...Nxd6 10.Qd4 is decisive.
On 14...Kxd6 15.Nxf7+ wins Black\'s Queen.
16...Bd6 to prevent White from playing 17.Nxf7 followed by Queening the Pawn. If instead 16...c6 17.Bf4 cxd5 18.Nc6# mates nicely.
A beautiful long-range mate!
Black has been checkmated.
|1 dsuttles||2014-08-19 02:32:33|
|Eagerly await Ruy Lopez Trap20, LayZ. I can\'t say I am exactly memorising all of these traps, but if I am not mistaken they are improving my general approach and replies to out-of-the-book deviations. = D||-|
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