A Quiet Opening and a Wild Game
Hi chess friends,
Yesterday, I played a game in the Northern Virginia Chess League against an opponent with a rating right around my own. I knew that he played the Benoni frequently and I wanted no part in a theoretical fight, so I played a quiet looking sideline. Little did I know that this particular line can burst into tactical complications. One example I found after the game is this gem between chess.com vdieo author, GM Roman Dzindzichasvili and the late IM, Emory Tate. Can you find how Dzindzi won?