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A Perfect Chess Attack in the Italian Game

A Perfect Chess Attack in the Italian Game

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Today you are about to see an iconic example of a perfect attack in chess. The game was played by Alexander Alekhine almost a hundred years ago. From this game, you will learn a very interesting and truly evil variation in a popular chess opening, the Italian Game.

According to the database stats, most players make this losing mistake in just move 5, which lets you to kickstart your unstoppable attack.

You can find the PGN of this game below:

I hope you enjoy reading this blog post.

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