[video] Chess Opening Trap #4: Queen’s Gambit Accepted – Pawn Clinging

In this episode of Chess Opening Traps we are going to take a look at a well known opening pitfall from the Queen’s Gambit Accepted. It features a game fragment that is quite common amongst unexperienced chess players. Black takes a gambit pawn and then clings on to it just a bit too much.

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PGN notation:

[Event “?”] [Site “?”] [Date “2014.10.04”] [Round “?”] [White “Queen’s Gambit Accepted”] [Black “Clinging To Your Structure”] [Result “*”] [ECO “D20″] [Annotator “Waldemar Moes ,Better Your Chess”] [PlyCount “11”]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 dxc4 3. e3 (3. Qa4+ c6 4. Qxc4) (3. Nf3) 3… b5 $2 (3… e5 $1
4. dxe5 $2 Qxd1+ 5. Kxd1 Nc6 6. f4 Be6 $15) 4. a4 $1 c6 $2 (4… bxa4 $6 5.
Bxc4 $14) (4… a6 $2 5. axb5 axb5 $4 6. Rxa8 $18) (4… b4 5. Bxc4 $14) 5.
axb5 cxb5 $2 (5… Bb7 6. Bxc4 $16) 6. Qf3 $1 $18 *

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