In a game of speed chess at chessgames.com, my opponent brought his queen out early. On my twelfth move, I trapped his queen and he resigned two moves later. My opponent was Williamigg of Russia who played black. Here are the moves of the game along with my commentary:
1. e4 d5
2. exd Qxd5
3. Nc3 Qa5
I immediately attack the queen.
4. Nf3 Nc6
5. d4 e6
6. Bd2 Qh5
7. Be2 f6
Black lags behind in development.
8. Ne5 Qh4
I attack the queen again.
9. Nxc6 bxc6
10. 0-0 Bd6
The black queen can capture my pawn on d4 but with the lack of development and the king in the centre, it is risky. For this reason black chooses to develop and threaten mate on h2. The problem is that the black queen is in danger. A better move to protect the queen is g5.
11. g3 Qh3
12. Bg4 Qxg4
The black queen is trapped.
13. Qxg4 e5
Now the black bishop attacks my queen.
Black resigns. Not only is he down a queen and a pawn but he cannot save his rook on h8. Rather than continue in such a difficult position, he surrenders. My ability to attack the black queen and take advantage of black's lack of development result in a quick victory.
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