for fun & chess for blood
11. Apr, 2019
Creating complications in an unclear position can force your opponent to make some inaccurate moves.
In this game White has played 28 Ne5 putting a double attack on my bishop on d7 and the pawn on f7. If I play 28... Be8 then
the pawn on c7 can be captured.
So I decided to complicate the position.
😲 What move did I make (Black)
Play the game
- click on White's 28th move for the position