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Dirty Chess Tricks 74 (Cambridge Springs Surprises)

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0:00 Introduction
1:19 Elephant trap
3:24 Bd3 Blunder
4:31 Be2 Blunder
5:47 Qc2 Blunder
8:00 Tricky line against Bxf6
11:06 Tricky line against cxd4
14:36 Tricks in mainline Nd2

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Now if you are looking for a surprise Weapon against the move default then you Came to the right place as in today's Lecture not only I'm going to show you Some cool tricks and traps in the Cambridge Spring but overall I'm going To cover a mini replied so you can Literally use this line as a complete Surprise weapon in the tournament Practice [Music] Thank you Afterwards D4 It doesn't matter whether you are Knight To F6 or D5 player the beauty is This line can be reached from both the Opening choices Here black choose the move D5 and after C4 Indeed black goes with the Queen's Gambit decline structure starting with E6 So now both the players follow the mail Line for a while Knight to C3 Knight to F6 Bishop to G5 and now rather than Playing the traditional Bishop to E7 Black plays this very tricky move Knight To D7 which in fact create a small trap That if white thinks that he can wince The pawn here As the night has spin then Congratulations as he fall into the Queens can be declined elephant trap and I'm sure all of you are aware of it that

Black can take this Knight Sacrificing the whole Queen But the net result is after Bishop to B For check Queen to D2 Bishop takes King takes and Finally when black king take the bishop If you carefully count the pieces black Is a clear piece up So this is a famous elephant trap which You should aware of it and if white fall For it then the game can be finished Very quickly Okay the main line continues with E3 Liberating the last Bishop And we are going to respond with C6 And after Knight to F3 the Cambridge Spring occurs on the board with the Following move Queen to a Phi Whereupon we reach to the most critical Junction of this line So as I have highlighted over here white Has plenty of options and amongst them Knight to D2 is the in fact Main Line However there are also some Sidelines Starting with C captures D5 as well as Bishop to F6 But first thing first You will be very surprised that most Natural move at this position such as Bishop to E2 Bishop to D3 and queen to C2 immediately leads to tricky territory Where black in fact get the upper hand At the opening stage Let's see how

Well the first move I want to consider Is Bishop to D3 well after that we have This nice sequence D capture C4 Bishop capture C4 and now you pressurize This Knight as well as the bishop by Playing Knight to E4 Well obviously enough white has to save The bishop and it doesn't matter Wherever it moves The next sequence is pretty obvious Knight takes E3 if Queen to D2 then Bishop to B4 is a very strong reply so By force white has to take back this Knight But after Queen captures C3 Knight to D2 is force in order to Preserve the bishop but now black Simplify the whole position with Bishop To B4 Rook to C1 after some exchanges Finally when you count the material at This point black emerged with a clear Pawn advantage Well the same story goes for the move Bishop to E2 as after this we have once Again this little pin and when white Defenders with Queen to C2 What else this lovely Knight to E4 Giving great headache to the white Cam They cannot move the Rook as we can Simply Chop It Off And apart from it the basement suggested By engine here is white shoot Castle on The king side but after that yup you Guessed it we have multiple exchanges

Whereupon our Knight is attacking the Bishop and when white defended we can Continue with Pawn Tech seafoam Bishop Takes E4 and Knight to B6 where the end Result again shows that black emerged With a clear Pawn advantage So you can see if white moves the light Square Bishop then he straight away lose The vital Pawn at the opening stage The third move Queen to C2 I faced most Oftenly in this line and I can't tell You how many people fall for this As once again we can create the winning Tactic based on the spin and the move Black should start with is Knight to E4 So double attack And there is a small cute trap here if White continue with Bishop to D3 which Seems like a logical response But unfortunately this straight away Loses the piece Can you find the sequence Pause the video if you need more time I'm showing you right now It's the double attack Motif and it goes As follow Knight captures G5 Knight Captures G5 and I hope you indeed see D Capture C4 Which highlight how crafty this opening Is for the white Well apart from Bishop to D3 What can once again move the bishop Somewhere let's say Bishop to F4 but as Usual after Bishop to B4 white loses the

Vital Pawn as after Rook to C1 and the Move Queen captures A2 again and again In this line black winced upon at the Opening stage and white has absolutely No compensation For example one of my recent game Against 1900 finished very quickly where My opponent continued with Bishop to D3 I simply exchange on C3 and after Pawn Takes Queen takes Rook takes Black simplified the position more with D capture C4 and after the multiple Exchanges At the end result if you count the Material black is a vital Pawn up With a clearly Superior position Okay let's start with the sideline moves And the fourth alternative I want to Consider here is Bishop takes F6 So white says hang on All the tactics is based on that poor Bishop so let me exchange it and now I Am going to continue with my normal Developments such as Bishop to D3 And my position is completely safe Right Value up to some extent that's true but Still black is not out of the Venom as After our Bishop to B4 Okay white cannot play Rook to C1 but he Can indeed defend the Knight with Queen To C2 But exactly here we can show the power Of our position

Starting with Pawn Tech C4 Bishop takes C4 and now this lovely move C5 Which I think already give black some Huge problems Well it doesn't matter whether White Castle or clay D capture C5 both leads To the problematic position For example if we take the pawn then After the following sequels Bishop to D7 Castle on the king side and as soon as The Knight become unpained we Chop It Off So that after Pawn takes Queen takes it Doesn't matter wherever the light Square Bishop goes our next plan is pretty Obvious we Castle on the king side and As I have highlighted here black has a Very simple but effective plan of Campaign He can Target the weak C3 pawn and in a Long run it is only black who enjoys the Attack and the fund here Well the same story goes if he goes with The castle which is in fact as per the Database most popular choice Can you find the same sequence Let's see first we start with C captures D4 Well obviously if you take back with the E Pawn then he get an isolated Pawn so The majority of the games continue with Knight captures D4 but still this leads To our familiar territory

Yup you take on C3 Pawn takes C3 and After Castle once again we have a very Simple plan based on this weak C3 Pawn So as you can see this bishop to F6 line Doesn't give anything to the white Cam Except the weak C3 Pawn The fifth alternative I want to consider Is C captures D5 And here if you look at the database Black has plenty of choices But I'm going to recommend you capture Back with the e-pawn So that our light Square Bishop get Liberated And I think this line not only instantly Equalize for the black But along the line he has some nasty Ideas For example if you look at the most Popular choice by white Bishop to D3 We can start with this very aggressive Knight to E4 And after this once again what else but White is having some issues There's a small trap here if your Opponent take this Knight Which looks very obvious but after Pawn Takes E4 Why two pieces are hanging And I just like to show you a grand Master game from this position Which demonstrate how quickly black get The advantage White plays Knight to E5 black Chop It

Off And after Bishop to B4 Even with the base sequence that is Castle Knight takes E4 white could not hold his Position as black demonstrate the Problem in this position namely Queen Captures E5 not only attacking the two PCS but don't forget the B2 Pawn hangs And this has exactly happened in the Game after F3 black first played Bishop To F5 and after Bishop to F4 he indeed Grabbed the pawn where the end result is Black emerge with a clearly winning Position So this is a nice trap you should Remember when your opponent plays the Move Bishop to D3 Well apart from capturing this Knight White can Castle or play the move Queen To C2 Both leads to a very comfortable Position for black For example let's say castle is probably The most aggressive response here And White's idea is that after Knight Takes G5 Knight takes D5 and the Moon Knight to F6 If anything slow then black can take out The Bishops and castle on the king side So the best response for the white here Is to play E4 open up the position But I don't think so this is working out Well

As black can take this pawn and Destroy White's Bluff For example a sample line can goes like This Knight takes E4 Knight takes E4 Knight takes E4 and now Bishop to E7 So that when white plays Rook to even we Can safely castle and if you look at the End result not only black has a bishop Pair but white has an iqp which as per The results clearly favors the black Last but not least let's look at the Main line starting with Knight to D2 And after this even though black has Plenty of choices I'm going to recommend This straightforward move Bishop to B4 So we are already hitting the C3 So why need to defend it and after this Black can complete his development with Castle and meeting the mainline move Bishop to E2 With this nasty jab in the center Yup if I And to be honest this is what attract me To play this aggressive line Here white has plenty of options but Neither of them gives any advantage For example they can continue with Bishop takes F6 thinking that black Cannot capture back with the Knight well Guess what this is exactly we are going To deliver As after d kept Z5 We have this nice move Knight to E4 Which once again

Create some problems for the world Would you believe recently I beat a Title player in this line Where both the side played some obvious Moves and at the end white find himself At the trouble Zone Knight takes E4 Pawn takes E4 He cannot take the pawn as C3 Knight Hangs with a check So he Castle But as soon as the night become one pain We have a simple maths yup you take this Knight and even though after Queen Exchange After Rook to E8 this end game already Looks so wonderful for the black Why well the answer is very obvious White has some fracture Pawn on the Queen side and black is about to regain His material back Well my opponent tried to hang on to it For a while he played Rook to Devon I played King to fade And now he attack on e4 but as the king Is safe this is now easy for black I took on E5 and after this check my Rook simply drops back After Rook to Devon Bishop to E6 Rook to D4 and the mufai finally black Consolidate his position and because of White's horrible Pawn structure on the Queen side at the end I finally managed To win

So I think this game is a moral Demonstration what kind of disaster White is having if he goes forth Islamine The second move I want to consider is D Captures E5 And the idea is that if black take this Pawn then white can destroy the black King side But nope here black has an equally good Reply namely Knight to E4 our old friend Pressurizing the C3 so why response is False he has to take it off But once again we have this nice Sequence Pawn takes E4 Castle on the king side Bishop takes C3 If Queen takes Pawn here then after Queen exchange and Knight takes E5 Once again with the bonus fracture Queen Side Pawn So that's not a good idea for the white That means he has to take back with the Pawn and after this we have a very Simple sequence Knight takes E5 Quintix E4 Here I rather than capturing the C3 Pawn Black should play this tricky move in Knight to G6 Whereupon it doesn't matter wherever the Bishop moves Our goal is to complete our peace

Development with some tactical ideas For example there is a game in the Database where white continue with Queen To D4 defending the pawn But now comes Knight takes a fool Pawn Takes F4 but the end result is Yup you know it I don't need to repeat It and I think we should see this game That how quickly black get the upper Hand as in the game black demonstrate How bad white position is Starting with Rook a to d8 Surprisingly after Queen to E5 Black goes for the queen trade which at First Sight looks like repairing the White Pawn but clearly he has seen the Position in depth as after Rook to D2 Rook to even and now Rook to C2 Confirms black advantage As in the game white plays the move Rook A to C1 but this leads to the losing of A pawn and after Rook to A1 Blacks simply exchanged the rook and Play Rook to E8 where in a long run the A pawn is a clear winner Last but not least The most popular choice here is Castle On the king side which I'm really Surprised as it allowed what black wants To do namely he captures D4 If you take back with the pawn then you Get an isolated ball So nope that's not the point White wants to play Knight to B3

So that when the queen moves he can take Back with the Knight But in this line tactics favors the Black as we can still inflect the double Pawn in the white Cam by playing Bishop Capture C3 Obviously Queen capture C3 goes into the Blunder house as Knight to E4 wins the Piece So no that's not an idea and white has To forcefully take back with the pawn That means after Pawn takes E4 Bishop Takes C4 We achieve what we want to do not only Isolating the white coincide Pawn Structure but we have some tactics on The table starting with Queen to C5 Okay there is a double attack so white Response is force white has to take on F6 But after Queen capture C4 I think black is in a completely driver Seat And to illustrate my point there is a Quick win from the Black from this Position where white continued with Bishop to E7 attacking the rook and After Rook to E8 He doesn't like the idea of Knight Coming forward so he played Bishop to D6 But after Knight to F6 black Liberate The last piece and in fact in the game White plays rooked to B1 Thinking that he is stopping the bishop

Movement but this leads to the instant Losing position Can you find the killer blow here Congratulations if you see the move Knight to E4 And after this No matter whatever white plays he get a Completely losing position He cannot play Bishop to B4 because of The simple tactic C5 So that is right out of the equation And the only other alternative is moving The bishop on the king side Well after that yup you guessed the Result black wins the vital pawn and Then slowly converted the full point That's it guys I hope you enjoy and Learn this high profile tricky line of The complete spring You can do the more research in this Line and maybe find more tricks and Traps but I'm sure I have given enough Info to play this line confidently in Your own game Well thank you for watching this video Feel free to like subscribe and comment And I will see you in my next episode Very soon Buy and take care


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