347,995 Players Fell For This Trap ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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THE LINES COVERED IN THE VIDEO:
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. Ng5 d5 5. exd5 Nxd5 (5… Nd4 6. d6 (6. c3 b5
7. cxd4 (7. Bb3) 7… bxc4 8. dxe5 Qxd5 9. exf6 Qxg5 10. fxg7 Bxg7 11. O-O Bb7
12. g3 (12. f3 Bd4+ 13. Kh1 Rg8 14. g3 (14. Qe2+ Kd7) 14… O-O-O) 12… O-O-O)
6… Qxd6 7. Bxf7+ (7. Nxf7 Qc6 8. Nxh8 Qxg2 9. Rf1 Qe4+ 10. Be2 (10. Qe2 Nxe2)
10… Nf3#) 7… Ke7 8. Bb3 (8. O-O h6 9. Nf3 Kxf7) 8… Nxb3 9. axb3 h6 10. Nf3
e4 11. Qe2 Kf7 12. Nh4 (12. Ng1 Bg4 13. f3 exf3 14. Nxf3 Re8) 12… g5) (5…
Na5) 6. Nxf7 Kxf7 7. Qf3+ Ke6 *

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500 Comments

  1. This is my next favorite video of yours after the one about countering the Scandanavian

  2. What if they play c3 after we moved our knight to d4? Now we are in a terrible position, aren't we?

  3. I just used this strategy โ€ฆ worked like a charm!! Checkmate!!

  4. Help me out. At 3.28 in the video, why can't white just move their bishop to c4?

  5. me, as black, only getting this 1 in a hundred games: ๐Ÿคท

  6. Please help! What I don't get is why he is saying the "only possible move" is Bishop to B3 and then you can take it with your Knight, but why can;t the Bishop move to C4 and then it can escape back to F1 next go if required? I have tried this about a dozen times against the computer and it NEVER moves the Bishop back to B3. That's a dumb move IMO, or am I missing something?

  7. I never knew how to properly respond to this attack but now it's a different story.

  8. I just got this trap on someone just now, it was amazing

  9. The moves are: 0:38 White e4 pawn push
    0:39 Black e5 Pawn Push
    0:41 the Knight To f3 Unleash
    0:43 Black Knight c6 Defending The Black Pawn
    0:45 Bishop c4 (it will fork knight and king witch is a fork)
    0:50 Unleash Knight

  10. I'm new to chess and i fell for this so it's now 347, 996 players

  11. Here on I will be free from fried liver

  12. Thanks, indeed the most common opening.

    Many times I played h6 to avoid this. I intend to try the tips according to the video from now on

  13. 5:18 I suppose you meant "bigger liver to fry" ๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. Just found a strange indipendent game ( R1sikoChess) about Chess, Risk, Monopoly and a lot of wargame elements in a weird/dramatic pre apocalypse scenario.. Graphic is not big but if you want to try something different and, above all, with a REALLY DEPTH playability and complexity, so take a look and search it on google. I am damn abducted by it..

  15. 2200 here always playing fried liver with white. Of course after Nd4 the right next move for is c3 and when black plays b5 the bishop retreats to Bf1. If black then takes on d5, white can play Nxf7 and afterwards cxd4. Very complicated position but white avoids all the trappings of the dangerous move Nd4.

  16. I will send knight kukur๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜………most of your suggestion naive…&.noob…we are good at our thing..

  17. 5:48 I finally got somebody to fall for this trap. mate in 10 moves felt amazing!

  18. I don't play the 2ND for this reason. I play the Giuoco Piano.

  19. Is It possible to play Qf5 in the possition at 8:01? Seems difficult for White to deal with Qh3 or Qf3 at Next move

  20. A bit like the Blackburne Shilling trap but sounder.

  21. Good video, butโ€ฆ who would ever retreat with the bishop on b3, and get it captured??? Theyโ€™d go back where they were, nice and safe on c4! Am I missing something??

  22. booooo, you advertize a "trap" but this is the main line…. not a trap…. 3. bc5 is a real TRAP

  23. Now that Iโ€™ve seen how to fight against it, Iโ€™ll be using this opening.

  24. How beautiful!!!

    Greetings from Brazil!

  25. its actually called as the italian gambit i think

  26. Why B3 is the only safe square for the bishop @3.26? It is not!!!! Why! Itโ€™s NOT! Who can explain it to me?

  27. at 3:24 Nelson says Bb3 is the only safe spot?? and not Bc4, and c4 is directly under Nite attack

  28. Now I wanted to try this… and you bet the first 5 games where all 1.d4…

  29. Worked many times, but how to respond to an immediate pawn push on the knight you put on d4

  30. What happens if white pushes a pawn to c3 to kick black knight out?

  31. replying with energy always open a lot of counterback lines! nice lines you brought, i didn't know the last one (i'm 900)

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