Aggressive Chess Opening Gambit for White After 1.e4 [TRAPS Included]

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares his new favourite chess opening gambit for White after 1.e4. It happens in the Scotch Game after the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 and White sacrifices another pawn 4.c3, which leads to the Goring Gambit.

White’s idea in this gambit is to achieve a very active position with a lot of attacking opportunities. This aggressive gambit also has a trap that has the potential to defeat the world champion Magnus Carlsen!

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00:00 Aggressive Goring Gambit, Scotch Game
00:43 Quick & Aggressive Attack by White
02:44 Black’s common response: 5…Bb4
05:00 Attacking from all directions!
06:03 Deadly TRAP against Magnus Carlsen
09:49 Spectacular tactics for the win!

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77 Comments

  1. He’s correct, most of blacks moves are logical and will be played. Most but not all.

  2. Magnus Carlsen could hope white over reaches at the end after 1)Qxg7 Nd2 2) QxR ch Kd7 3)RxNch? kc7 whites attack is out and he must give up his Queen to stop mate on e1

  3. Another great video. You have the best chess channel 🙏🏼🙏🏼

  4. What if Magnus does not goes for the f1 rook and long castles???
    i.e. 16…Nd2, 17. Qb4 O-O-O

  5. @ 11:52 I believe white is better off with Bxb7, then Qb5+, then QxN. That way black's pawn at c3 cannot advance. So when white does Be3, black cannot block white's bishop with c5. (by the way, I really like these examples!)

  6. 3:12 what if the opponent plays knight a5 instead of taking with bishop

  7. This is great, now if i can just remember all of this. LOL!~

  8. Your English is so good, that I haven´t understood the name of this gambit.

  9. Hi Igor, what do you recommend if black doesn’t accept white’s second pawn sacrifice and instead moves pawn to d6 before whit’s opening foundation for this gambit has been established?

  10. Thanks Igor! I just beat a 1800 rated person with this!

  11. ► Chapters

    00:00 Aggressive Goring Gambit, Scotch Game

    00:43 Quick & Aggressive Attack by White

    02:44 Black's common response: 5…Bb4

    05:00 Attacking from all directions!

    06:03 Deadly TRAP against Magnus Carlsen

    09:49 Spectacular tactics for the win!

  12. Hi, dear Igor. I live in Iran. Is it possible that I can buy your educational packages from inside Iran?

  13. Are there transpositions into this gambit from the bishop's opening? I don't really see a clear way to try it

    On a side note, stuff like this is why I don't play e5 on move 1, at least in fast time controls. It's really easy to lose playing normal moves, and if you make it out usually you're up, like, one pawn. That's it. And only if you didn't have to give it back, to say nothing of having to give it back with interest.

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