Traps in the Ruy Lopez.

BadGambit
BadGambit
Jul 15, 2011, 4:26 AM |
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The Ruy Lopez, or Spanish Opening, is the most famous of all openings. It is mentioned in the earliest chess manuscripts and was recommended by the Spanish priest, Ruy Lopez, in 1561.  The opening is rich with fascinating positions and traps.



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