What can we learn in this game?

hunting2008

What is the opening mistake of Black? Can I learn something to avoid this?
 
DeirdreSkye

There is a very important lesson there:

Don't play b6 when your opponent has a bishop on g2 and can take your rook on a8.

KanetsuStar

Fianchettos are very tricky. When you see your opponent goes for a fast fianchetto:

 - Don't attempt to fianchetto yourself, as he was the faster one and will capitalize on it.

 - Try to block off the diagonal with either a pawn defended by a pawn, or a knight defended by something that isn't a pawn

 - Take the center, as he used up two tempos and he attacked the center, but didn't occupy it.

 

Good luck!

hunting2008
DeirdreSkye 写道:

There is a very important lesson there:

Don't play b6 when your opponent has a bishop on g2 and can take your rook on a8.

So Hungarian Opening is also good?

hunting2008
KanetsuStar 写道:

Fianchettos are very tricky. When you see your opponent goes for a fast fianchetto:

 - Don't attempt to fianchetto yourself, as he was the faster one and will capitalize on it.

 - Try to block off the diagonal with either a pawn defended by a pawn, or a knight defended by something that isn't a pawn

 - Take the center, as he used up two tempos and he attacked the center, but didn't occupy it.

 

Good luck!

Wow! It's an awesome tutorial about openings in chess. And I will never play ... b6 in a game like this