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I want some expert help here on move 6...

  • #1

    Can anyone spot any kind of tactical breakthrough at move 6. I moved Bxd4, and the other guy made a mistake resulting in a loss of queen for him. I want to know if there was any forced capture (or checkmate)?

    Or any serious blunders i could have made in the game? 

  • #2

    hmmm bishop g5 i dont like..at this points i woulda fianchetto my bishop, because thats why he played g2 right??? that also prevents any nasty tactics, why go on the attack?? developt first whoever just lost their queen

  • #3

    You would get a better game in theory with 5... bxf2+ .

    He should have had the advantage by simply playing 7Bg2

  • #4

    You did not have a tactical break through. You opponet lost the game when he did not play 8. Bg2 and you made a good move after he played 8. Bg5?

    Earlier you should have considered 5. ...Bxf2+

    For you to have a break through so early your opponent would have had to play badly.  He played reasonably well until his 8th move.

  • #5

    5. .... Bxf2+!

  • #6

    That isn't necessarily good for Black though.

  • #7
    AndyClifton wrote:

    That isn't necessarily good for Black though.

    Please explain.

  • #8

    It looks akin to 1 c4 e5 2 Nc3 Nf6 3 Nf3 Nc6 4 e4 Bc5 5 Nxe5 Bxf2+...which is rather dubious.


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