|Keyword Query:||Check With Bishop Chess|
|Interpretation:||You want to see an enemy King put in "Check" by one of the Bishops.|
From the very start of a game, probably one of the quickest sequences, which sees a Bishop "Checking" a King, is with the following:
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The key move is 1. ... d6, when Black's Queen Pawn steps forward, one square, to defend its fellow Pawn on e5 (1. ... e5) ...
But, in doing so, it leaves the diagonal path open, for the freed light-square Bishop, of White's army.
You can watch this sequence in the video clip, below:
There are pros and cons, for White playing this type of Check, so early in the Opening.
KEYWORD: Check With Bishop Chess
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