Chess Opening Tricks and Traps #11: Bobby Fischer’s Sicilian Defence Trap (

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The term “chess trap” refers to a move which may tempt the opponent to play a losing move.

Robert James Fischer vs Samuel Reshevsky
“Go Fisch” (game of the day Mar-25-10)
US Championship 1958/59 (1958) · Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B32)

[Event “US Championship 1958/59”]
[Site “New York USA”]
[Date “1958.12.??”]
[EventDate “1958.12.??”]
[Round “6”]
[Result “1-0”]
[White “Robert James Fischer”]
[Black “Samuel Reshevsky”]
[ECO “B32”]
[WhiteElo “?”]
[BlackElo “?”]
[PlyCount “83”]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 g6 5. Be3 Nf6 6. Nc3
Bg7 7. Bc4 O-O 8. Bb3 Na5 9. e5 Ne8 10. Bxf7+ Kxf7 11. Ne6
dxe6 12. Qxd8 Nc6 13. Qd2 Bxe5 14. O-O Nd6 15. Bf4 Nc4 16. Qe2
Bxf4 17. Qxc4 Kg7 18. Ne4 Bc7 19. Nc5 Rf6 20. c3 e5 21. Rad1
Nd8 22. Nd7 Rc6 23. Qh4 Re6 24. Nc5 Rf6 25. Ne4 Rf4 26. Qxe7+
Rf7 27. Qa3 Nc6 28. Nd6 Bxd6 29. Rxd6 Bf5 30. b4 Rff8 31. b5
Nd8 32. Rd5 Nf7 33. Rc5 a6 34. b6 Be4 35. Re1 Bc6 36. Rxc6
bxc6 37. b7 Rab8 38. Qxa6 Nd8 39. Rb1 Rf7 40. h3 Rfxb7
41. Rxb7+ Rxb7 42. Qa8 1-0 ►Subscribe for my regular chess videos: ►Support the channel by donating via PayPal:

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  1. wow thats quite deep. seems in the proper continuation black will have a rook a piece and the center for the queen after Nd4 d5 Bg5 dxe4 Bxd8 Rxd8 c3 Bf5. white still got that nagging advantage though. interesting interesting….

  2. Bobby Fischer just straight up took his queen, that's the kinda thing you expect when you're playing someone that barely knows the rules of chess but Fischer did it to a GM. Sick.

  3. Yes perhaps that should be noted in the video – I might add a note about this on the right. I edited out this variation because I thought it was getting a bit too complex there – and just left it as White getting a small advantage.

  4. Very nice! But why always use the passive tense?

  5. Thinking aggressively found B x f7+ at minus 10 seconds. The position seems to cry out for the move.

  6. very nice. Enjoyed the little notations on the side. A good touch to these videos. Always fun to learn some chess history.

  7. Can you spell Maróczy like anything resembling the real pronounciation? That cz is just the same as "tz" in Blitz.

  8. nothing surprising. fisher had a space advantage, with it came tactics

  9. i rhink a master the opening and think accurately to attack and depence

  10. After knight takes D4, why doesn't Reshevsky take the knight, exposing the queen out in the open?

  11. I'm a child and I play chess in tournaments I learn a lot from theses

  12. I don't play much chess, but it seems like playing Fischer was akin to getting strangled by a boa, but not knowing it (until it's too late).

  13. Great vid. Thanks for your instruction and display of a genius at work.

  14. Wow – if I was to keep following your videos I would become at least a 100 years old with all the 10 secs I constantly get from your videos

  15. Good like the way you are practically chess traps, go on I follow you. Thanks

  16. "It takes away the a5 square from Black's queen. Why is that significant?"

  17. Bishop sacrifice was genius.

    Knight pins queen so simple and so dirty.

  18. What prevented black from playing pawn e5 ? Forcing knight to move elsewhere and blockading whites pawn advance.

  19. when Black replied with Na5 ,..what is the + advantage value is it more than One ,,,or what?

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