Index ide makes a critical mistake(s). When you understand these games you will be close to playing fastsmmistakes in the opening.

Fast Attacks on the uncastled king. Roll Him Down!

           

1.

Alekhine Vs Rowena 1938 13 Caro-Kann White uses a knight Sacrifice on f7 to pull out the king and then checkmate him.
2. Alekhine Vs Vasich 1931 11 1-0 A fine attack on e7 using the bishop pair. Alekhine sacrifices his queen to open up the king and then finished him off using his bishops.

3.

Leonhardt vs Amateur 1912   1-0 White forces the queen out early and then traps it.

4.

Powers vs Dake 1937   1-0 White checkmates on f7 in 10 moves with a pawn!

5.

Amatuer vs Lasker 1924   0-1 Here is a well known trap invented by chess legend Lasker.

6.

Vetich vs Penrose 1950   0-1 Some deadly knight forks here.

7.

Amateur vs Leonhardt 1903   0-1 This game is an excellent example of forks at their best!

8.

Falkbeer vs Amateur     1-0 One of the most famous short games with a fantastic finish.

9.

Amateur vs Amateur 1884   1-0 White does some fancy f7 manuevering!

10.

Hamilsh vs Amateur 1902   1-0 Whites pawn center leads to a piece sacrifice and a fast checkmate!

11.

Dadian vs Doubrava 1896   1-0 A beautiful smothered mate.

12.

Amateur vs Amateur     0-1 A relative pin backfires. A 5 move quickie.

13.

Gibaud vs Lazard 1924   0-1 Black checkmates in 6 moves with a smothering tactic!

14.

Greko vs Amateur 1919   1-0 A brilliant queen sacrifice leads to checkmate.

15.

unknown     0-1 Black does a quick queen sacrifice checkmate!

16.

Imbusch vs Goring 1899   1-0 Sometimes the queen has to do all the work.

17.

Boguijubov vs Amateur 1925   1-0 Black goes on a king walk.

18.

Pillsbury vs Fernandez 1900   1-0 A famous short game!

19.

Unknown     1-0 White takes advantage of black's poor development
20. Steinitz vs Rock 1863 16 1-0 Taken from Chess Brilliancies. This is one of the most brilliant fast attacks on f7 ever. Steinitz sacrifices a queen for a forced checkmate in 7 moves!
21. Tarrasch Vs Kurschner 1893 . 1-0 Taken from Chess Brilliancies.White takes advantage of an early f pawn push, and storms the center with his pawns. White uses killer DOUBLE BISHOPS for the checkmate.
22. Tal Vs Sotnikov   16 1-0 Tal was called "The Magician" because of his magical tactical abilities. In this game he shows how to bust apart a French Defence Fast using some amazing piece sacrifices that open up f7.
23. Tal Vs. Vaganian   12 1-0 Another fast attack on the f7 square from the great Mikhail Tal.
           
           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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