Mikhail Tal’s Greatest Queen Sacrifice! Best Chess Games | Moves, Strategy, Tricks & Ideas to Win

Here’s an absolutely incredible game of chess played by Mikhail Tal (the Magician from Riga). Mikhail Tal played one of his greatest queen sacrifices on move 13 of the game. This game was played between Mikhail Tal & Alexander Koblents in 1961 in Riga. Alexander Koblenz (who used to be Tal’s trainer) is playing with the black pieces & Mikhail Tal (the Eighth World Chess Champion) is playing with the white pieces. From this mindblowing game, you can learn some amazing chess tactics, strategies, tricks, traps, moves & ideas, that you can use to win more games against your friends & other players online. This is a typical Tal game & one of the best chess games, which every Sicilian Najdorf player should see! Mikhail Tal was famous for his attacking style of play & he used to create absolute magic on the chess board with his chess pieces. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle inspired by Mikhail Tal’s games. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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  1. The best move is may be bishop take s bishop on e6… Because then there will be a checkmate threat on g4. If queen take bishop, rook to g5 check and then pawn captures and queen to g5 is mate.. but if queen doesn't take bishop and go to e4 to defend g4, then black queen to g5 is a mate.

  2. Can you make a video of my favourite player Alexei Shirov's game.

  3. Stunning game! My favorite player of all time is Fischer but I truly believe that in his prime Tal is unbeatable! Cheers!

  4. 1st N to h6 then he capture with the pawn then check by Qf3 and he blocks with pawn g4 then Qf7 is the check mate

  5. 1st take the black rook to save the checkmate threads from the black & then play as well.

  6. Mr. Advani! I gave you puzzle time answer.

  7. i did this queen sacrifice also. Even though i was black and i only had few peices and white had lot i still managed to win

  8. Puzzle : move your queen to f3 is correct move for white

  9. Qg4+ B×g4 R×h6+ g×h6 Bf7#
    Quite a good puzzle 👌 👍. This tactic I first time learned when I saw mikhail tal's one of his games

  10. Queen g4 is the option to checkmate…

  11. Be6 attackB

    Queen can not attack asRook presence
    Qg4 chqmate

  12. the best moves for white (puzzle time) are Qg3, Qxa8, Bxe5, and Rg4

  13. Bro sacrifice everything and ends up wining

  14. I do it all the time along with getting a checkmate

  15. Tal never loses he just sacrifices his king sometimes

  16. My solution to your quiz:

    Pawn to c6 to defend against a check-mate from either rook or queen at a1,
    this will leave the light squared bishop completely at it's own mercy, and black will likely move to take white light squared bishop from its own light squared bishop,
    Queen to g4 will be game-set-match for white

  17. QG4+ , BxG4 , Rxh6+ , xh6 and Bishop to f7 checkmate

  18. Qxa8

    To stop check mate and got rook free .

  19. What about bishop to e6 then queen to g4

  20. The best move is the bishop to E6

  21. Mikhail Tal be like : sacrifice sacrifice sacrifice, i don't like i avoid but sacrifice likes me i can't avoid 😂

  22. It is rook to h6 followed by queen to e2 check black has to defend with His bishop and the final nail will be bishop to f7
    .❤️ From Kashmir

  23. First of all I will kill the Black's rook by the white's queen on A8 because if I will play another move so then the Black's queen will mate white by coming on A1 with support of the rook then i don't care what black will play but I will kill Black's beshop on E6 by supporting the white's beshop then black will trie to save his queen then i will put my white beshop on F7 to give check and that is too much easy to checkmate with a one rook and queen without any problem 😉😉😉

  24. Q g4…bishop × q (forced)
    R × h6…Pawn × rook (forced)
    Light bishop to f 7 (check-mate)
    Is it right sir…Plz tell

  25. At 3:03 min why white f6 pawn don't move at g7 ?giving a check with white bishop and at same time taking a rock also

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