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hi coach Russ here with chess NYC and

today I'm going to be talking to you

about the four move checkmate also known

as the scholars made so the scholars

made is an opening also known as a form

of checkmate that is going to focus your

attack on blacks weak f7 square so here

it goes

white opens with E for white opens with

E for allowing for the development of

both their queen and their Bishop blacks

most popular response to e4 is playing B

5 now after the e4 e5 opening white can

go in either development with the bishop

or with the Queen but remember we're

focusing our attack on the weak f7

square so in this particular opening I

will open up with the Bishop to c4 as

you can notice the bishop is directly

looking at the weak f7 square putting

pressure on that pawn black develops