Fischer’s Aggressive Attack in the Bishop’s Opening | TRAP To Win Fast

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov analyzes a game played by Bobby Fischer (Robert James Fischer) as White in a Simul Event in New York on May 24, 1964. Fischer played against 34 opponents in this Simul and he won against all of them!

In this game, he played the aggressive Bishop’s Opening which happens after the first moves: 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4. He played an aggressive variation 4.f4 which is similar to the King’s Gambit setup. He set a really cool trap and checkmated his opponent in just 16 moves!

► Chapters

00:00 Bobby Fischer Wins With Bishop’s Opening
00:33 Aggressive variation 4.f4
03:18 Fischer sets a cool trap
05:44 Bringing more pieces to the attack!
07:59 Recap of the game
09:26 Can you find the mate in 3?

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