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Fischer's brilliant win with Spanish Opening

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Fischer's brilliant win with Spanish Opening
Bobby Fischer vs Yefim Geller
International Trnm Bled Slovenia 1961
Opening: Spanish Game, Modern Steinitz Variation 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 d6 5.0--0 Bg4 6.h3 Bh5 [6...h5 7.hxg4 hxg4 8.d4 b5 9.Bb3 Nxd4 10.Ng5 Nh6 11.g3 f6] 7.c3 Qf6 8.g4 Bg6 9.d4 Bxe4 10.Nbd2 Bg6 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.dxe5 dxe5 13.Nxe5 Bd6 14.Nxg6 Qxg6 15.Re1+ Kf8 16.Nc4 h5 17.Nxd6 cxd6 18.Bf4 d5 [18...Rd8 19.Qe2 hxg4 20.hxg4 f5 21.Rad1 d5 22.Rd4 c5 23.Ra4²] 19.Qb3 hxg4 20.Qb7 gxh3+ 21.Bg3 Rd8 22.Qb4+ Black resigned in view of 22...Ne7 23.Qxe7+ Kg8 24.Qxd8+ Kh7 25.Qh4+ Qh6 26.Qxh6+ Kxh6+- 1--0
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Nurul Huda
Nurul Huda 5 ヶ月 前
Nice game
Neeraj Girijan
3:41 why Qb4 + was not played??
Calmax Film
Calmax Film 2 年 前
2:47 Kf8 is a blunder!!! I don't understand this move, from this move blacks become losing
Gustavo Figuera
Gustavo Figuera 2 年 前
Chess surgery by Bobby Fischer. Outstanding.
Mike Valdez
Mike Valdez 3 年 前
RUY LOPEZ
anom
anom 3 年 前
Wow he didn't see that coming did he. Omg how many moves ahead did he see
Aviho Cohen
Aviho Cohen 3 年 前
fischer was a jew. and this what made him a champion!
Drake Wilson
Drake Wilson 3 年 前
Could someone help explain to me why black didn't do pawn to b5 after Fischer retreated the bishop to a4 at the beginning?
David Nantz
David Nantz 3 年 前
Fischer was a Freak.
Jollyprez
Jollyprez 3 年 前
When I studied chess, this opening was called the "Ruy Lopez" - why did they change the name?
Fearless Composer
i can listen to any obnaxious music and still focus on matos chess lactures
Samuel Bruyneel
Samuel Bruyneel 3 年 前
I had to pause to finish my dinner first, because I heard my own chewing louder than the audio of this video.
ckaz007
ckaz007 3 年 前
This is what happens when black is more interested in gaining a free pawn than protecting the king by castling. Oops !!!
mtildsley
mtildsley 3 年 前
Mato, I love your videos, but they are all so quiet I can barely hear them.
LakeOfTears
LakeOfTears 3 年 前
2:22 Kc6
OrcaChess
OrcaChess 4 年 前
In my opinion the cozio defense is an dynamic approach to challenge the Ruy Lopez. Get your opponent out of theory as fast as you can. What's your opinion Mato? Thank you for the very instructive video.
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
Positionally, perhaps Black's greatest mistake was 7...Qf6. Should have developed the KN. Played with a short-term tactical view and overlooked the long-term strategic consequences. Waddya think?
Jackson Wolf
Jackson Wolf 4 年 前
You know it's a Mato video if you get the notification that listening to loud music for too long can damage your ears. I love you and your quiet voice, Mato.
Gill Rowley
Gill Rowley 4 年 前
Mato, I can't tell you enough how much I love your videos. Don't stop.
Ed Lawrence
Ed Lawrence 4 年 前
Fischer puts Alekhine to shame.
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
When I was young, Fischer was young too, and Alekhine was my "God." But, now that I am older (very old), and can study Fischer's games, you are right. RJF may have been the greatest chess player that ever lived (along with Morphy, Capa, and Kasparov). IMHO.
cees vegh
cees vegh 4 年 前
Why doesn't black play pawn to H7 at 4:08 ?
NATURALTALENT
NATURALTALENT 4 年 前
Because of Qa8 checkmate ;)
Roger Moore
Roger Moore 4 年 前
NO you dont!
Peter Weltweit
Peter Weltweit 4 年 前
11.d5 would win the knight on c6, no?
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
Not quite. Black would play 11...b5, thus ending the pin of the N on the K by the B and if White pawn at d5 takes the Black N on c6, the Black pawn on b5 takes the White B on A4. A trade.
Random User
Random User 4 年 前
How didn't Fischer trust his natural computer intuition. Qa5 is not as good as dxe5, which is what I would play too.
Abram Drewiacki
Abram Drewiacki 4 年 前
How about 20.Qb4+?
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
Ya know, ya might be right! As long as Black h-pawn has taken the g-pawn, White can continue with the same mating attack. Maybe we are missing something but your idea looks good to me. Hmmm.
Mohammed Hadri
Mohammed Hadri 4 年 前
... I have a question !! when whites play bishop g3 to protect the king ! why blacks did not play h7+ !!! ? it will be a good move for blacks .... !
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
Presumably, you meant Black plays pawn h7+. Then, after Kh1, Black has no continuation for his insufficient attack.
Spyros Venieris
Spyros Venieris 4 年 前
Checking king with black pawn seems more logical, but it only delays the inevitable. After white king moves to h1 that pawn is blocked, black queen checks on f4, rook takes queen, pawn takes rook and then white queen takes rook on a8. Now white has queen, rook and bishop while black has only knight and rook.
The Twilight
The Twilight 4 年 前
When is his mixtape dropping?🔥
Gothic Zwo
Gothic Zwo 4 年 前
why does ur voice chanced so much in the latest videos compared to ur old vids?
Gonzalo Tapia
Gonzalo Tapia 4 年 前
boy, you really need to normalize your audio... this is barely audible!
sonicj Polygon
sonicj Polygon 4 年 前
It is your opening then
Franz El Gato
Franz El Gato 4 年 前
4:34 Black could move rook d6 and stop the attack (!)
Solonizer Solonizer
+mrajczyk not only that but the black king would still be checked so knight would be forced to block and then he could capture with his bishop again and the rook was protecting the bishop from the king so Fischer would also be a bishop up and black had a horrible losing position as well.
Máté Molnár
Máté Molnár 4 年 前
+Franz El Gato Then the bishop can capture the queen on d6, with a check.
Franz El Gato
Franz El Gato 4 年 前
+NeverMore Ok. What about Qd6? No rock but queen.That stop the attack!
FightingCold
FightingCold 4 年 前
+Franz El Gato If Rd6, then Qb8+, RD8 blocking, then QxRD8#.
mrajczyk
mrajczyk 4 年 前
+Franz El Gato wrong !!! Queen just captures---whites bishop guards that square so if blacks queen then takes Fischer's bishop is free to capture now that pin is gone, a rook up is a won game for these guys
dedukos
dedukos 4 年 前
4:52 Sorry but i didn't get it. Why it is easy win for white?
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
After that game, better make it decaf!
Ari Sudewa
Ari Sudewa 4 年 前
+dedukos at GM's level you can lose even when the material is equal or your opponent is just a pawn up. imagine what would happen if you are down 2 pieces against a world champion. rather than sustaining tremendous pressure and stress, it's better to resign and have a cup of coffee. you can fight again in the next round or next tournament
Levente Boda
Levente Boda 4 年 前
+dedukos Nope, not an instant one, but with that material advantage, it's easy, that's what he meant.
dedukos
dedukos 4 年 前
ohh. so it's not a immediate win, right?
Dallas Roberts
Dallas Roberts 4 年 前
+dedukos White will be up a rook and bishop. That would be an easy win for most, but especially for Fischer.
kroqster
kroqster 4 年 前
why cant black pawn take knight on g6? because then knight to e4? why is this bad for black? queen to h4 would then be every attacking bing backed up by rook (and bishop is covered..)?
kroqster
kroqster 4 年 前
@Plus Ultra thanks
Plus Ultra
Plus Ultra 4 年 前
A possible continuation: 14...h7xg6 15. Ne4 Qh4 (this is what you are proposing) 16. Nxd6+ c7xNd6 (pretty much forced) 17. Qf3 (protects pawn at h3, and 18. Bf4 next move protects White K). Black really has no good continuation after Qh4 because he is playing without a piece, i.e., the KN he never developed.
Ren Ren
Ren Ren 4 年 前
Mato your voice is to loud. I can't hear or understand what you'r saying. You should register a second time the sound.
Jean-Benoit Larouche
Hi guys, I'm new to chess but you mentionned that white have an easy win at 4:51 but at that point, king can take the queen or even the g7 pawn could take it, removing the check. Right?
mx
mx 4 年 前
+donald ceri Actually I think players of all levels would know that they are probably 99% screwed if they lose a rook and a bishop.
Jean-Benoit Larouche
You are probably right indeed! Maybe his focus was to be ahead in material and clean the pawns. More that I think of it, trading the queens was indeed good for him since he had more points on the table... I suppose that's why I'm stuck at lower than 500 ranking ahah!
donald ceri
donald ceri 4 年 前
You have to think of it like a chess professional, being down a bishop and a rook is huge ...would you be willing to put yourself through a lot of mental anguish. For us it might be who cares but for them its going to be more serious
Jean-Benoit Larouche
+donald ceri I agree but at least, you could try and maybe win on time? Anyway, I found it weird to just get check mated instead of trying...
donald ceri
donald ceri 4 年 前
i was thinking that and then it hit me, white is up a rook and a bishop...while the checkmate is not visible yet a good player would find it very soon
esteban nicolas
esteban nicolas 4 年 前
what would happen if rook blocks instead of blocking with the knight
Eric Jhon Carlo Santos
+esteban nicolas check mate on 2 moves, check on b8, and if rook blocks again, queen takes rook, mate
Tammyaway
Tammyaway 4 年 前
+esteban nicolas that's mate in 2 moves: bishop takes rook check, knight blocks, queen to b8 checkmate.
Siddharth
Siddharth 4 年 前
Checkmate on 8th rank
Karhu from North Karelia
Thanks a lot Mato, this was really a great analysis. I really enjoyed it - although had to use the "pause button" a couple of time to make sure I made the right moves,,,. :-)
Douglas LAMB
Douglas LAMB 4 年 前
Great video, great match ! Thank you and keep it up !
sumit rawat
sumit rawat 4 年 前
At 4.51 how the black queen defending the black king at h6 would result is easy win for white. I guess pawn can kill white queen h6.
Roger Moore
Roger Moore 4 年 前
+sumit rawat At 4:51 legitimate be legit like it is
Antik Kumar
Antik Kumar 4 年 前
mato you are great keep chess videos
Roger Moore
Roger Moore 4 年 前
+Antik Kumar MATO IS COOL!
Antik Kumar
Antik Kumar 4 年 前
rd6 white win
Antik Kumar
Antik Kumar 4 年 前
Qb4 is a wonderful and outstanding move also Bf4 . Kf8 is a terrible move Ne7 is more good move than Kf8 excellent work FISCHER . BLACK COULD PLAY Rd6 but fischer is best
Martin Jowsey
Martin Jowsey 4 年 前
thanks for great video
JUSTIN SCANLON
JUSTIN SCANLON 5 年 前
Far superior to thechesswebsite. Thanks for your excellent work across all the games.
Terminator .Tanish.
At 4:30, after White plays QB4, Black could have played on with RD6. He didn't have to resign.
darbaz salim
darbaz salim 5 年 前
+Terminator .Tanish. that would be checkmate in two moves , after RD6 , QB8 , RD8 , queen takes rook check mate
Kerry Soileau
Kerry Soileau 5 年 前
Mato, you are great. Keep making chess videos.
Onoma Eponimo
Onoma Eponimo 5 年 前
@ανώνυμοςελλάς I don't know why I can't answer on your commecnt but: if 1...h2+ then kg2 and the king side is safe again
S A
S A 5 年 前
4:06 black should have played h2+
Jeff Harmed
Jeff Harmed 5 年 前
I agree with Mike, after 19.Qb3 hxg4, 20. Qb4 wins the game straight away. Fischer missed 2!
TwelfthRoot2
TwelfthRoot2 3 年 前
No it doesn't. Fischer needed to bring the black rook near the king before QxKe7
Unknown Entity
Unknown Entity 5 年 前
3:42 instead of Qb7, Qb4+ wins after Nd7, Qxd7+ Kg8, Qg5 exchange of queens
Dawan Currie
Dawan Currie 5 年 前
He has to get the rook to move..
Teade
Teade 5 年 前
@ByRTD yO It means check. "#" means check mate.
TheMacedonian1987
If black sacrifice hes white bishop to G4 than queen to F4 the black will be winning
TheMacedonian1987
@Mando Vid those 2 pawn's are the best defender's he has,on a little hand he will have draw against fisher because fisher's king will be exposed and with nothing defended it is never to early :) salut
Mando Vid
Mando Vid 5 年 前
are you talking about min 1:15 ? well, i don't know is too early in the game and you are exchanging a bishop for just two pawns... i imagine a game like, after Bxg4, hxg4, Qf4: d3 (defending pawn and attacking queen with bishop), Qxg4+, Kh1 but the queen itself can't do much, maybe if black try h3+ or h5+, white can play Nh2 and i think is a better game for white as they have opened way to queen and black bishop, and white can start an attack with rook as the G file now is open, and of course you are playing Bobby Fischer... no chance for black to win
王立迅
王立迅 6 年 前
thanks for MATO
Michael Bauers
Michael Bauers 6 年 前
Volume is low on the video, I can barely hear it. Partly a problem with Apple laptops, but the video could have used more level on the audio.
Locutus D'Borg
Locutus D'Borg 5 年 前
+Michael Bauers Volume is very low on my Apple laptop.
Trizzo
Trizzo 5 年 前
@Geoffrey Wu This isn't the only one with low volume, most of the videos have good audio though. :)
Geoffrey Wu
Geoffrey Wu 5 年 前
And I'm on a apple laptop.
Geoffrey Wu
Geoffrey Wu 5 年 前
No, all of Mato's other videos are good in audio, but not this one.
StaySavage
StaySavage 6 年 前
Why not capture the Knight with Queen at 2:18?????
Michael Bauers
Michael Bauers 6 年 前
RE1 pins queen to K, QxR maybe, QxQ, loss of a Q for a R is probably insta- resign at this level of play.
Josef Larsson
Josef Larsson 6 年 前
why would he resign? qD6? am i missing something?
rhcp4565
rhcp4565 5 年 前
@Chris Hill once the Queen moved to d6, the Bishop is no longer pinned.
Al Depantchu
Al Depantchu 5 年 前
Bishop can't take its pinned. He could have blocked queen with rook and black would have been fine
AUG Senpai Gaming
Bishop takes
MARCO PERNECHELE
Geller lost this game because of the move 18).....d5 which opened the diagonal a3 - f8 and allowed the simple final combination . Tal suggested instead 18).....Rd8 , followed by Qf6 and c5 , and Fischer would have had the advantage , albeit maybe not a decisive one ( GM Karsten Mueller's comment).
Prepared Survivalist
...Kf8 is a terrible move. Instead of developing his knight and setting himself up to castle, black moves his king next to his undeveloped night and puts himself in an exposed defensive position. Sure, the knight would've been temporarily pinned on the E file, but it could've easily been protected 2 or 3 times with supporting pieces. Then black could've castled and the complexion of the game would've been totally different, probably favoring black due to white's weak kingside. I think black probably thought his rook on the H file was going to be more advantageous if he left it there instead of castling, considering the strong threats against white's king, so that at least explains what would otherwise be a very poor move with ...Kf8.
Pamala Hagler
Pamala Hagler 6 年 前
if you see a move there's always a better move from one chess player .
Adrian Cotirta
Adrian Cotirta 6 年 前
why not capture the rook and give check mate at minute 4.05 ? black its check mated ...
Adrian Cotirta
Adrian Cotirta 6 年 前
be hes not looking.. after a few minutes of thinking .. you drop the mate =)))))))))))))
protector1990
protector1990 6 年 前
I think that this game shows that development is more important than attacking. Black lost primarily due to being behind in development. 7. ... Qf6 was a mistake in my opinion because it hindered blacks development and allowed Fisher time to develop properly and utilize all of his pieces to attack later on. Both the black kingside rook and kingside knight hadn't moved the whole game, and that also prevented him to castle safely.
Eric Bell
Eric Bell 6 年 前
@Hot Dogs Tal developed.. his attacks and sac's came from the fact that he too was ahead in development and had a piece to spare
Hot Dogs
Hot Dogs 6 年 前
Tell that to Tal.
Locutus D'Borg
Locutus D'Borg 6 年 前
This Fischer chap was pretty good.
Mike Valdez
Mike Valdez 3 年 前
Locutus D'Borg, So wass your mother !#
Gill Rowley
Gill Rowley 3 年 前
Ya think? :-)
james knox
james knox 4 年 前
@Locutus D'Borg Garry kasparov was very gracious I thought when he said let's forget the anti semitic stuff and what was clearly mental illness and just think of his beautiful games and contribution to the game of chess.
Locutus D'Borg
Locutus D'Borg 5 年 前
+james knox He had a decent career before he grew a beard and became a jobless hippy (*_*)
james knox
james knox 5 年 前
I'm surprised I haven't heard more about him.
Luca Sgattoni
Luca Sgattoni 6 年 前
i want to play aginst you so bad....i think you are good at it and i wanna see real Masters
Cricket
Cricket 6 年 前
Hi Mato, thanks for the video.. i felt black ( geller ) could have won this game.. at 4:06 instead of moving rook from a8 to d8, had he moved the pawn from H3 to H2 and giving check to white king...White bishop cannot take the pawn as there would be check with queen from g6 nor he could kill the pawn with king due to black rook on H8...white king has to move to either G2 or F1 .. once king moves then black pawn could go to H1 and converts to queen giving check and black's position would have been much better .. do you agree or am i missing some thing here .. can you pls explain...
NAC
NAC 6 年 前
ik, but if you just sidestep the king infront of the pawn, you can just take with the bishop. there is no way to defend it.
Cricket
Cricket 6 年 前
@Thejrpirate09 can't move bishop as it is pinned by black queen on g6..
NAC
NAC 6 年 前
the king would just sidestep to H1, and then capture with the bishop, since it is being supported by the pawn
NAC
NAC 6 年 前
nvm, lol
NAC
NAC 6 年 前
he could just take the pawn with the bishop
RhodeXLX
RhodeXLX 6 年 前
Hmmm.... I think there's something wrong with this video... Oh that's right! "Thank you for watching this video, " "...I wish you good luck with your chess, and bye for now."
Locutus D'Borg
Locutus D'Borg 6 年 前
You really have Mato's charming accent down pat.
joy alden Diaz
joy alden Diaz 6 年 前
fischer is too good for geller
King Curry
King Curry 5 年 前
Not always. One of his three losses in My 60 Memorable Games is to Efim Geller at Skopje in 1967. But he was the best player of his age and arguably the best of all time.
Kunel
Kunel 7 年 前
It is on g8?
ekarjam
ekarjam 7 年 前
N ? where is the N ? lol
Kunel
Kunel 7 年 前
Because black rook is still on a8 and white cannot capture that rook after 1. Qb4+ Nd7 2. Qxd7 Kg8.
Kunel
Kunel 7 年 前
1.Qc7 Nxc7 white loses.
Kunel
Kunel 7 年 前
4:30 it is possible to play 1. ... Rd6 2.Qxd6+ Qxd6 3.Bxc6+ Ne7 as well. But as you said, it is a winning move. However, before Qb7, Qb4+ was possible.
Thanasis Tsantaris
3:42,Qb4 isn't winning?
ekarjam
ekarjam 7 年 前
4:25 , Qc7 is a good move ?
Marius Grobler
Marius Grobler 7 年 前
No sound
theMoonrider
theMoonrider 7 年 前
white bishop is attacking that square ;)
timpanitimptim
timpanitimptim 7 年 前
A lot of these final killer moves are easy to spot, but its setting them up that is diffcult, right?
Dylan Mayo
Dylan Mayo 7 年 前
do u see the bishop? Queen takes rook, queen takes queen, bishop takes queen
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
No problem.
MrTurkishgambit
MrTurkishgambit 7 年 前
I think also white could win without sacrifice.
BRBgonetopee
BRBgonetopee 7 年 前
Thanks for the replies
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
That is correct. It's all up to you how you play it. : )
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
True that, but depends on the players style.
Aндреј Бугариновић
He can play b5 (that's very common move) but black wants to develop his pieces before attacking. You should always develop first, then attack.
BRBgonetopee
BRBgonetopee 7 年 前
but bishop would have to drop back to b3 which means that black would not have wasted his move.
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
Kg2
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
Black prefers development rather than attacking. : )
BRBgonetopee
BRBgonetopee 7 年 前
Beginner question: why can't black play b5 after the bishop drops back in the beginning
Al Bundy
Al Bundy 7 年 前
4:06 can Black play h2+ ?
Andrew Angle
Andrew Angle 7 年 前
Mato, great videos! I am trying to become better at chess because I am not much of a technical player, with openings and such. Your videos are awesome for not only teaching me openings, but helping me learn good strategy and how to accomplish midgame success, where I struggle the most.
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cObaltz jr 7 年 前
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mushroombest2002
I got it now. It's to get the rook to a square less favourable. So that after Ne7, the rook is lost in that continuation.
mushroombest2002
After Qb3, why did Fischer go Qb7 before the crucial Qb4? Doesn't make much sense. It's the same threat.
Muhamed Al-ghazi
Very good game by Bobby fischer.
Warren Pugh
Warren Pugh 7 年 前
Very clear Mato. Thanks Chessnut
First Last
First Last 7 年 前
Good job Mato. Your videos are short and well explained.
Les Banky
Les Banky 7 年 前
you have not offended, if anyone my friend, you have helped to advance chess, the greatest combative sports in the world...thanks to Mato and lebarsky
Teh Cube
Teh Cube 7 年 前
Because in that scenario, after black defends with knight E7, the queen taking the knight would not fork king/rook, and the continuation Qd8 would not be possible.
Zelkathz
Zelkathz 7 年 前
yep! also, it will be very helpful to positional players out there ~ :)
Ardianto Suhendar
Why not the queen plays Qb4 straight away at 3:42?
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