King’s Gambit Accepted – Here’s a surprise chess opening strategy where white gambits his kingside pawn to open up the game & gain center control. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win more games. In this video, I will show you some common opening variations & tactical ideas for both white & black pieces in the King’s Gambit Accepted line. I will also share with you some important concepts & strategies to follow in your games. It’s a really aggressive opening & a good one to try on the chessboard, especially in Blitz or Bullet games. Bobby Fischer, Morphy & Andersen played this opening quite successfully in the romantic era of chess. You will also learn how to counter this opening as black when someone tries this opening against you – Fischer’s Defense. These are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves. These openings will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who are not prepared for this opening. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that. I will cover King’s Gambit Declined variation in another video.
0:00 King’s Gambit: Introduction & Setup
1:44 Who should play the King’s Gambit?
2:24 Chess Talk Members Tournaments
3:11 King’s Gambit Accepted – Main line
4:35 Main Strategy & Ideas for White
5:44 Best Defense for Black – Fischer’s Defense
8:44 Main Strategy & Ideas for Black
9:16 Chess Puzzle
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Can you please tell me how do you gain so much knowledge about chess gambits,traps,openings
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Queen to F7
Want if he uses bihop f7 what is next move
Sacrifice the knight, then checkmate king with queen👑👸
Queen to g7
Very good very nice
After bishop h3 why shouldn't white play Rook f2??
"Knight to f7. Black is forced to take with rook. Then queen takes rook. Checkmate!!!"
Qh8 check Kh8,
Nf7 double check Kg8
3:33 well i prefer to play Qe7 in this postion;the salvio defense:and after Nxg4 i play f5 forking the knight and the pinned pawn on e4
4:12 but black should not castle in this postion;black should play Nh5 defending the pawn
Night to C6
Then blacj bishop or queen will take it
White Queen moves to h8
It is a beautiful check mate
I got crushed by this so hard I felt like a double crushed stock playing card
Knight to g4 bishop takes queen and bishop takes black bishop and knight to h6 is check mate
1 Knight to G4
2 bishop takes qween in your word bishop takes sweety that forced on f6
3 knight take bishop on f6 with check
4 king to h8 forced
5 Knight to g4
6 Kings to g8 forced
7 knight to h8# check mate
Puzzle solving: kill your own horse, and push your queen to the corner.
How if 1. e4 e5 2. f4 Qh4 ? White's pawn defense should move otherwise the king can't castle. Thanks a lot Coach.
You don't have any idea without caseling
Jeetandra bro can I know your favourite opening to play as white as well as for black.
Nd7 Bxf6, Nxf6+ Kg7, Ng4+ Kg8, Nh6++
Qh8+Kxh8, Nxf7 double + Kg7, Nh6 ++
Queen sac first queen h8. king has to take so king captures on h8. then knight f7 double-check. king has to move back to g8. then knight h6 checkmate.
chess puzzle :- Ng4 is the best move to continue this game, if black try to be greedy and moves Bf6 takes the queen, Nh6 is a stunning checkmate.
I think of sacrificing the queen and move yhe knight to g4 and then to h6.
It could also eventually mate.
Correct answer of puzzle is Nxf7
Rxf7 is forced
At first white moves his knight to c6 or f3 if white moves to c6 the Black's knight at b4 takes up it at c6 and after that White's queen moves to h8 square and this is a check mate bcoz king cannot take up the queen bcoz bhishon is there and not any piece to stop the check
Queen h8 then knight f7 then knight h6
kni8 to g4
Qh8 kxh8 Nxf7 kg8 Nh6#
Ng4 B×f6 Nh6± Kh8 B×f6#
Bhai hindi bolo
I know I'm super late to all these but Queen to h 8
Sacryfy the quen and chakmat in two moves
Qh8+ Kxh8 Nxf7++ Kg8 Nh6#
Q to H8 check K takes Q, kn -F7 check and check, King has to move to G8, KN to H6 is checkmate
1. Nxf7 Rxf7 2.Qh8#
You destroy chess when you play, this is the king's gambit, it's the dumbest thing I've ever seen.Please teach people to understand chess and not teach them to memorize a set of stupid and simple traps that are easy to learn
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