Best Chess Opening for White After 1.e4 | Scotch Gambit Traps

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will teach you how to win with 1.e4 as White after Black responds 1…e5. You will learn one of the best chess openings for White, the Scotch Gambit which happens after the following moves: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.Bc4.

This powerful opening variation increases your winning probability significantly, especially in amateur level and among club players. Out of the 3 most common responses of Black, 2 moves are huge mistakes and lose the game for Black immediately.

Learn this powerful variation as it also comes with some deadly traps! Even the world no.5 Wesley So lost in just 12 moves in this opening!

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00:00 Win with 1.e4 as White, Best Chess Opening
00:25 Scotch Gambit for White
01:06 1) If Black plays 4…Nxe4
02:35 2) If Black plays 4…Nxd4
03:38 3) If Black plays 4…exd4
04:13 Black’s two choices on move 5
06:34 Common tactical pattern you should know
08:02 Black’s correct response, to counterattack
09:21 Simple & Effective Variation
10:30 73% Win Rate, Deadly Trap
13:04 Can you find the winning move?
13:20 Black’s correct response: Be7

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  1. ► Chapters

    00:00 Win with 1.e4 as White, Best Chess Opening

    00:25 Scotch Gambit for White

    01:06 1) If Black plays 4…Nxe4

    02:35 2) If Black plays 4…Nxd4

    03:38 3) If Black plays 4…exd4

    04:13 Black's two choices on move 5

    06:34 Common tactical pattern you should know

    08:02 Black's correct response, to counterattack

    09:21 Simple & Effective Variation

    10:30 73% Win Rate, Deadly Trap

    13:04 Can you find the winning move?

    13:20 Black's correct response: Be7

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