(ESP) La Partida más Hermosa que he visto de Enmanuel Lasker , Sacrificando las dos Torres || (ENG) The most beautiful game I have seen by Enmanuel Lasker, Sacrificing the two Rooks.

1

  • 48
  • 0
  • 5.801
  • Reply

  • Download Open in the desktop app ADD TO PLAYLIST

    nerdvana

    Published on Jul 09, 2021
    About :

    En San Petersburgo se lleva a cabo uno de los torneos de ajedrez más importantes en este deporte, para 1889 Enmanuel Lasker ostentaba el título mundial y saldría como campeón de este torneo ese año pero antes de coronarse como ganador tuvo que rebasar la ventaja que tenía por encima de él el Americano Harry Pillsbury quien era el líder de la competición, le tocó enfrentarse a Lasker y necesitaba ganar para poder retenersu ventaja pero esto no sucedió debido a que perdería contra el campeón, vean la posición crucial

    In St. Petersburg one of the most important chess tournaments in this sport is held, by 1889 Enmanuel Lasker held the world title and would emerge as champion of this tournament that year but before being crowned as winner he had to overcome the advantage that the American Harry Pillsbury who was the leader of the competition had over him, he had to face Lasker and he needed to win to retain his advantage but this did not happen because he would lose against the champion, see the crucial position

    2.png
    Con Blancas Pillbury y con negras Lasker quien acaba de sacrificar su Torre capturando un caballo blanco en c3 a pesar que está amenazado el Alfil negro de e6, aquí se puede mirar con se castiga el error que comete Pillsbury esto no es del todo malo para laa historia del ajedrez ya que como he dicho en varios vídeos "los errores y los movimientos exactos, son las bases de las obras de arte" como esta que a continuación les presento

    With White Pillbury and with Black Lasker who just sacrificed his Rook capturing a white knight on c3 even though the black Bishop on e6 is threatened, here you can see how the mistake made by Pillsbury is punished, this is not all bad for the history of chess because as I have said in several videos "mistakes and accurate moves are the basis of works of art " like this one I present below


    Cada una de las imágenes son capturas en el desarrollo del vídeo el cual fue grabado con mi teléfono, el tablero usado me pertenece, gracias al apoyo de @fulldeportes, @appreciator, @theycallmedan , @threespeak, gracias a ustedes es posible transmitir mi contenido de esta manera.

    • Each of the images are captures in the development of the video which was recorded with my phone, the board used belongs to me, thanks to the support of @fulldeportes, @appreciator, @theycallmedan , @threespeak, thanks to you it is possible to transmit my content in this way.

    • En la miniatura usé una imagen proveniente de la siguiente fuente
    • In the thumbnail I used an image from the following source


    1.jpg

    ¡¡¡APOYA MI CANAL EN YOUTUBE!!!/ ¡¡¡SUPPORT MY CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE!!!


    Sin-título-2.gif

    Tags :

    spanish deportes threespeak appreciator bluemist

    Woo! This creator can upvote comments using 3speak's stake today because they are a top performing creator! Leave a quality comment relating to their content and you could receive an upvote worth at least a dollar.

    Their limit for today is $0!
    Comments:
    Time until nerdvana can give away $0 to their commenters.
    0 Days 0 Hours 0 Minutes 0 Seconds
    Reply:

    To comment on this video please connect a HIVE account to your profile: Connect HIVE Account

    More Videos

    02:04
    0 views a year ago $
    13:41
    0 views a month ago $
    04:46
    35 views 3 weeks ago $
    03:41
    21 views a year ago $