Chess in the Park: Sixth Move White by klausdbg ()
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Black Knight moves back.
Ruy Lopez or Spanish Opening, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruy_Lopez with the Berlin Defense, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruy_Lopez#Berlin_Defence, sometimes called 'The Berlin Wall'.
Fifth Move - Black
The displayed moves are marked '>>'.
1 white E2-E4 Classic opening with the white Kings Pawn
>> black E7-E5 Classic answer with the black Kings Pawn -> Chess in the Park: First Move
2 white N G1-F3 White Queens Knight attacks Black Pawn
>> black N B8-C6 Black Queens Knight moves to defend Black Pawn -> Chess in the Park: Second Move
3 >> white B F1-B5 White Kings Bishop running ('Läufer' in German!) into attack position on Black Knight
>> black N G8-F6 Black Kings Knight comes out to attack White Pawn
4 white K E1-G1 0-0 Castling
>> black N F6xE4 White Pawn is captured by Black Knight
5 >> white D2-D4 Another White Pawn moves and attacks the Black Pawn
>> black N E4-D6 Black Knight draws back
6 >> white B B5xC6 White Bishop captures Black Knight, Black Pawn is not longer covered
Image Comments (3)
You're right. It is hard to make out the positions. And I always have to check it in Top View or at least in 45° view from top, as you would have in a real game on your table.
I wanted the view of an outside visitor. This - and the limited background picture - reduce the the possible viewpoints. And I was curious, how to manage 33 Figures in one set.
But be assured, I always check the positions on a (virtual) chessboard, its the opening of a real game.