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Very Expensive Pawn | Keith G Foster vs Jose M L Calavia: Correspondence 2013

Keith G Foster vs Jose Maria Lanz Calavia
Correspondence 2013
Alekhine Defense: Scandinavian Variation (B02) · 1-0
1. Nc3 d5 2. e4 Nf6 3. e5 Ne4 4. Ne4 de4 5. d4 ed3 6. Bd3 Nc6 7. Nf3 Bg4 8. h3 Bf3 9. Qf3 Qd4 10. O-O Qe5 11. Ba6 e6 12. Bf4 Qa5 13. Bb7 Nd4 14. Qe4 Rd8 15. c3 Nb5 16. Qc6 Ke7 17. Qc5 Kd7 18. Rfd1 Bd6 19. a4

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Hi this is mato welcome to my online Chess lecture In this video we will show you a game Between Keith Foster and Jose calavia This very beautiful chess game was Played in 2013. anything important Happened to you in 2013. first I had White pieces and he started in the night To C3 going for the one gate opening Maybe D5 E4 Knight to F6 Transposing to dual Legend defense Maybe E5 Knight to E4 Knight takes Knight Pawn Takes Knight D4 E takes on D3 and the Sun Bishop takes on D3 Knight to C6 Attacking the pawn defending Pinning the Knight threatening to Capture the pawn white mode perhaps some Players would play Bishop to f4 on maybe Queen to E2 Foster played H3 asking a question and Play with the black pieces capture the Knight Bishop takes on F3 Queen takes on F3 Queen to D4 Well if Knight takes on E5 immediately Then a queen takes on B7 Play with the black pieces played Queen To D4 Castling Queen takes on A5 who is better now

Black is a pawn app but behind in the Development white move What would you do in this position if You had white pieces please pause and Find the best move for white Did you pause what did you find Did you find this very beautiful move Bishop to A6 Very clear isn't it E6 if Pawn takes Bishop then Queen takes Knight check winning The Rook Back to our game so play with the black Piece explain E6 why tomorrow Bishop to F4 If Bishop takes on B7 Knight to D4 Attack in the queen back to our game we Have Bishop to F4 developing the bishop And attack in the queen queen to A5 Attacking the bishop Bishop takes and B7 Knight to D4 Attacking the queen To E4 Rook to d8 C three attacking the Knight Knight to B5 white to move Queen to C six with Spread check Ing to E7 Going to C5 check Ing to D7 discovered attack on the queen What is the best clear for the queen First played Rook from F to D1 check Bishop to D6 Why tomorrow White Play the movement black resigned and the

Movies A4 attacking the Knight playing with the Black pieces resigned for the Entertainment purpose I will show you Just one line King to E8 threatening to capture the Queen by then Bishop to C6 check and after King to f8 There is more than one way to continue But perhaps Queen takes on D5 winning a piece is Good enough what do you think of this Game And that is all I hope that you enjoyed watching this Video I wish you would like me to your Test then bye for now


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