Today we will continue this topic with less known, but not-less-powerful traps that you can learn from and even use in your own games.
Want to win your games quickly using some of those powerful chess traps?
Here is the list of all 10 of them!
1. Josef Emil Krejcik – Baumgartner, King Pawn Game: Busch-Gass Gambit (C40)
2. Gioachino GrecoItalian – Unknown Player, Italian Game Classical Variation, Center Attack (C53)
3. Amedee Gibaud – Frederic Lazard, Indian Game: Lazard Gambit (A45)
4. M. Warren – J. Selman, Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)
5. Robert F. Combe – Wolfgang R. Hasenfuss, Benoni Defense: General (A43)
6. Zaitsik – Zichulidze, Reti Opening (A09)
7. Mairelys D. Crespo – Lincoln Lucena, Philidor Defense (C41)
8. Kutjanin – Jakobjuk, Vienna Game (C27)
9. Valt Borsony – Albert Laustsen, Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation (B70)
10. Balode – Sondore, Scandinavian Defense: Ilundain Variation (B01)
IM Mat Kolosowksi recently filmed Opening Traps ‘Encyclopedia’ where he unleashes the power of opening traps for both sides.