#Chess #shorts


  1. 99% of ppl would’ve taken with the pawn tho

  2. Wait ive been playing the italian since the beginning?!

  3. I just realized i was playing a perfect Italian Game and i didnt even notice…

  4. I swear I played a game exactly like this a few hours ago🤣🤣

  5. When opponents do not take it with their queen

  6. Who else thought he was about to drop a banger because it said "trap" 😂

  7. thx you but when i 1v1 they already know bruh

  8. I would have blundered with my rooks. Honestly.

  9. Is it just me who rarely play Italian game.

  10. Love that this trap asks almost nothing or me where as all the “mate in 8 moves” stuff is super risky, sacrifices a piece and relies often on fragile Hope-chess etc

  11. expects the queen to take it

    pawn takes it instead

  12. Bro i was playing the Italian game without i know 😆

  13. well, that's not really A trap. lol. it's almost a whole game of chess. as soon as a game has 15+ moves – the probability of it all exactly going THAT way is exponential. so – nice example but not really a TRAP. lol Jeez.

  14. I go through this opening all the tome

  15. Not for nothing but Evans gambit gives you a much better position if bc5 occurs

  16. What if the pawn takes the first bishop instead of the queen🙄🙄

  17. When player move pawn and take your bishop instead of queen 🗿

  18. It works perfect if you play against yourself

  19. This is not a trap. It's part of the opening theory. Books literally explain why Be6 is a bad idea. This is why we study openings. It's like this guy read a chapter on italian game, read the part where the book explained a bad line for black and posted a video with the word "trap" on it. Well played tho, you got lots of views for doing this.

  20. Why don't you cover decent openings so your fans can win their games if the opponent is not an idiot

  21. Bro it doesn't work as black have the defence, after white plays d4 e takes on d4 c takes on d4 then Bishop b4 check knight takes on b4 then black can simply play Bishop takes on c4 and material on board would be equal

  22. After black plays bishop c5 you can do the legendary Jerome Gambit


  24. I can't memorize these at all once💀

  25. What about the G7 pawn taking the Bishop?

  26. What if he takes the bishop with the pawn

  27. what if the pawn takes the knight….everything is over

  28. no bro there big mistake in this there's pawn that take

  29. If they make any moves that don’t fall into any Italian game Traps Wether it’s fried liver attack or Italian gambit You’ll just keep developing build a pawn structure get your king to safety by castling play the middle game and endgame solidly

  30. i like forking opponents with this opening . i mistakely played italian opening i guess

  31. Hey, aint the kings on the wrong square?

  32. But if the opponent takes the bishop on f6 with the pawn and castle queen side instead won't u be completely lost

  33. Thats a little bit risky. He or she might recognize it and you lost some points. So you can be in an diadvantage the rest of the game.

  34. Really bold of you to assume my low elo opponents will play by the book, by the time we get to these moves, my opponent pushed all of his pawns passed the middle rank

  35. Moving dark squared bishop to g5 before black castles is just a blunder in my opinion. It’s just not a strong threat without blacks king there. It very simply allows black to castle queen side while helping their development. Idk that’s just me though…

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