Daaim Shabazz

Dr. Daaim Shabazz is the creator and webmaster of The Chess Drum. He serves as a tenured faculty member of Global Business & Marketing at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida, USA. He holds an MBA in Marketing and a doctorate in International Affairs & Development. He has served the journalist community for more than 30 years and still competes in tournaments occasionally.

6 Comments

  1. I just ran across this one, and I loved solving it because of its
    simplicity. It is easy to check, but harder to check-a-mate. Yes,
    3.Qg4 would totally crush the ambitions of any player of the Black pieces who did not notice it earlier. Black only needed to develop one more piece(the dark square bishop) for defense of the back rank.

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