CHESS TRAPS that every BEGINNER should KNOW!!!! 20.01.2023 Post navigation PreviousNext 247 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments . Reply Why would they trade bishop for knight that isn't the line. Sorry bro you missed Reply Huh. How weird. Just random emojis where a person normally puts a watermark. Hmm how odd Reply And what if he castles queen side instead pf moving the queen? Reply I think this is impractical as like no one plays QA5 Reply ✝️REPENT and COME to JESUS CHRIST✝️💙. So we can go home, back to Paradise were we truly belong, with GOD❤.ACCEPT JESUS as ur LORD and SAVIOR🙏✝️💙 I want u to be there my brother/sister❤✝️REPENT and COME to JESUS CHRIST✝️💙. So we can go home, back to Paradise were we truly belong, with GOD❤.ACCEPT JESUS as ur LORD and SAVIOR🙏✝️💙 I want u to be there my brother/sister❤ Reply Trust me Scandinavian player.PLAY knight c6 if white not play d4. Reply If black push his pawn to e3 he will loss of his pieces Reply This is just stupid. There is no line like that in scandinavian. Sorry there is until Qa5 Reply he even block the credit to the real guy's video, he suck. Reply Nice though but icbm is better Reply Bro i mean isn't that what we want but the opponent always does something else and we get our cheeks clapped by our own trap Reply Fellas, traps don't happen every game, but it's very good to know the ideas, because even if you don't play the exact line he showed in the clip, you can utilize the idea of hanging the bishop for the fork in similar positions, maybe even in other openings Reply Normally, black could have castled his king Reply In the end the best move is qb6 to at least preserve castling rights. Ffs this entire sequence in so contrived that probably it has only ever been seen a couple times through history Reply Et pourquoi Db6? Reply useless as fuck no one play like this even 200 rated player don't play like this Reply this further affirms my opinion that scandi is a trash opening. Reply i play the scandinavian every game and it makes no sense how black can mess up like that Reply Trash hope chess Reply No beginner is going to play these moves. Learn how to play chess instead of memorizing and playing hope chess Reply As a Scandi player you know never to develop your queen’s knight to Nc6 exactly for this reason. c6 is an essential pawn move to give your queen an escape. The knight should develop to Nd2 instead. Reply Stolen content Reply As a Scandinavian player, I never do this. I always f6 after Qa5, and nobody ever takes the knight too Reply No thanks I'll play icbm Reply Why does black develop the knight instead of the c pawn? Stockfish considers that move to go from +1.0 for white to +2.6.Also why doesn't black just castle in response to the bishop attack? Reply Imagine stealing content and not hiding the watermark and the creator name. Sure a loser bitch Reply Wow!!! DUDE, How come white gets 2 moves in the second scenario. Reply No Reply Qc5 > Qd6🧠💪 Reply Nc6 in the scandinavian is completely unnecessary and blocks c3, making the c7 escape square for the queen unavailable Reply Any normal person would move the pawn istead of the knight Reply https://youtu.be/lnZoaQyYkFk Reply Why arr you covering the username of the person the tik tok video belongs to with emojis Reply "If your opponent blunders and plays worst moves possible, you'll win" Reply Whay if he goes to d4 instead? Reply Why didn't the queen take the extended pawn instead of the bishop? Reply This is great Reply What if QC5 happen and not QA5 Reply also the rook Reply Bruh this gameplay is for 300 rated player (very low rated gameplay) (??)because only pro players know how to play Queen's opening and that's not how the game works if that happens solution:Quuen to Kb1Who agree:👇 Reply why queen can't go c5 Reply What if he do castling Reply I played the starting after queen takes pawn queen checks the king and goes back Reply Which app is this ? Please tell Reply Me who always goes Qe5 Reply This ain’t complicated 😂 Reply My favorite opening is by tricking my opponent into harming the board, i call it a légal trap Reply nice scandinavian defece Reply the waffle house has found it's new host Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.