Most Common Chess Opening MISTAKE | Key Tactical Pattern

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will share with you the most common chess opening mistake ever. This opening error has been played in more than 2.4 millions of chess games!

You will learn how to avoid making this opening mistake yourself and how to punish your opponents when they make this most common opening mistake.

It happens in one of the most common chess opening positions after the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Bc4. It also happens in other openings – therefore, you simply have to remember this key, common tactical pattern to punish this blunder!

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00:00 Most common chess opening mistake EVER!
00:29 This mistake happened in 2.4M+ games
02:10 Winning position for Black
03:23 If White plays 6.Bb5 instead of 6.Bxd5
05:36 If White plays 5.Bxf7+ instead of 5.Nxe4
08:39 White’s best response
09:44 Same tactical pattern for White
10:10 Tricky move 3.Be2, setting the trap

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113 Comments

  1. ► Chapters

    00:00 Most common chess opening mistake EVER!

    00:29 This mistake happened in 2.4M+ games

    02:10 Winning position for Black

    03:23 If White plays 6.Bb5 instead of 6.Bxd5

    05:36 If White plays 5.Bxf7+ instead of 5.Nxe4

    08:39 White's best response

    09:44 Same tactical pattern for White

    10:10 Tricky move 3.Be2, setting the trap

  2. I get hit with the center fork trick all the time & ALWAYS forget about it. 😭

  3. It feel dont work to vienna opening when Nf6 and you play Bc4

  4. You’re the best! Learnt a lot from you. Keep spreading knowledge

  5. Thanks, GM Smirnov……you helped me today with this better approach.

  6. why can give check with Bg7 then reca
    pture knight

  7. Master, help me to set up new idea..in this method. Well where is your "background 😄🐅pet?..

  8. Igor did u say in another video if an opponent piece is on my side of the board I should try and remove it or push it back before continuing my plan and advice thx .keep u with the video's doing a great job.

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