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  • John Coffey vs. NN on
  • itsyourturn.com.
  • This is an unusual line in the Ruy
  • Lopez opening.
  • White to Move

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  • White is worried about black playing
  • Qg5 hitting the Bishop and the g2
  • pawn, so he plays ...
  • White to Move

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  • White to Move

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  • White to Move

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  • What is the weakness in White's
  • position?
  • Is it better to play Bb5+ first or
  • Re1+ first?
  • White to Move

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  • The weakness in Black's position is
  • the openness of his king.
  • Had white played Re1+ first then the
  • black king might have been able to
  • escape to f8.
  • White to Move

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  • Where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • The weak squares are on d4 and g7.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position
  • White to Move

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  • The weakness was open line to the
  • rook on h8.
  • Of course moving Nf6 would have
  • failed to Qxf6 with the pin on the
  • bishop and hitting the h8 rook.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • Since the pawn was hanging, it was
  • the weak point.
  • Black's move a6 is bad.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • White threatened mate on f7. Black
  • had to defend this.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • The weak spot for Black was the
  • knight on h6, which he is forced to
  • defend.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • The weakness in black's position is
  • the pinned bishop on f8. White
  • threatens Ba3 so the black king tries
  • to run.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • Exposed the black king is. White
  • sacrifices to the rook to threaten
  • the king more. Had black played Qxe7
  • then Ba3 wins the queen.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • White continues to attack the king.
  • Now where is the weakness in Black's
  • position?
  • White to Move

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  • This forces checkmate.
  • All the squares around the king are
  • attacked.
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