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Positional sacrifices in chess are the hardest to make, even for top grandmasters. They require a very deep strategic understanding of the game. Unlike the normal sacrifices, where the player sacrifices a piece/pawn to attack the opponent’s king or regain material, the aim of positional sacrifices is to get a positional advantage.
They are so hard to make that even chess engines don’t spot them easily. In this video, we will see one such brilliant positional queen sacrifice – it’s from the game played between Yuri Gusev and Yuri Averbakh in the year 1946.
White made a brilliant positional queen sacrifice in the move 24.Qxe5, opening up the f-file. And guess what the engine evaluated – it said -4.85. But, 10 moves later, it said +15.64. It’s a sacrifice that defied chess engines! Enjoy the video analysis by our guest coach CM Tryfon Gavriel.
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