Bobby Fischer once said that no one could play the open games as well as Paul Morphy. He certainly has a point. In this game, we analyze Paul Morphy’s most famous win and arguably the most famous chess game ever played, the Opera Game. This legendary game was played between Morphy and two high status noblemen from Europe, Duke Karl II of Brunswick and Count Isouard. They were strong amateurs and the game was played during the opera “Norma” by Bellini. It is said that Morphy was in such a rush to win the game in order to see the show that it led him to play as forcefully as possible to win the game. No matter what the reason, we are lucky to have such a game to witness.