Backrank mate occurs quite frequently in chess tournaments. But what exactly is the anatomy of it? How does it occur? In this video you get to see it in full effect. Firstly White has not moved any of the pawns in front of his king. All of them are on h2,g2 and f2. The rooks are covering the last rank but then they all move ahead to the 7th rank. One opportunity to execute the backrank mate is missed and you can watch the expressions of the player with the black pieces! And then comes the moment – the joy, the ecstasy! So much to learn from this short video at the ChessBase India Chess Club!
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