The Blackburne’s mate is a famous checkmating pattern where 3 minor pieces deliver a mate to the King. In this lesson, GM Gabuzyan shares where the name of the mate comes from & also shows you some examples on how this checkmating pattern arises on the chessboard.
You’ll also see some basic as well as advanced puzzles on the Blackburne’s mate, one of them played by a ChessMood Grandmaster Ter Sahakyan Samvel. Through the examples, you’ll notice a common pattern in this checkmate.
To check out other checkmating patterns, watch the lessons below 👇
Arabian Mate – https://youtu.be/waWtRPxtzL8
Boden’s Mate – https://youtu.be/GkyGKDqGkbc
Anastasia’s Mate – https://youtu.be/ZHJrHICEMFo
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