Mate in Two- Development matters Zen and the art of chess

kenneth parnell ·
Today's lesson from the upcoming Zen and the art of Chess
Launching an attack without proper development is a dangerous path, grasshopper.
In this actual game black is threatening to check and possibly mate white, yet the lack of development in this case allows white an immediate win.  
Do you see the first move?
The Queen swoops in with check, the king black must retreat to the back rank.
Now with the black bishop blocking one rook and the black king blocking the other white is able to deliver mate on the back rank.
White has mated black, yet it should be noted that white is also relatively underdeveloped, so remember almost every proverb has an opposite proverb.