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In this chess video, you will learn some crazy traps in the Nakhmanson Gambit. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win fast. Here, I will show you the most beautiful traps for white, and also the best strategy for black to avoid falling for these traps. There are many variations in the Nakhmanson Gambit. This video is a tutorial on the best traps for white pieces in the most popular variations, and refutation for black pieces. The objective is that you don’t fall for these opening traps & use these tactics to gain an early advantage against your opponent. If you’re a beginner or an intermediate level player, these secret tips and tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.
0:00 Nakhmanson Gambit – Setup
1:14 Pawn takes c3 variation – Traps for White
5:23 About Endel
6:37 Knight takes c3 variation – Traps for White
8:13 Best Strategies for Black
10:25 Chess Puzzle
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Hi. Please do a video on how to counter the Sicilian defense
Make the night pin
My answer for the puzzle. Its Rxa7+, Kb8, Ra8+, Kxa8, Qa7#.
E4 k baad E5 computers game b aajkal isse zyada chalakh hogaye hain
The solution for the maze is the stunning rook to A7 check,king B8 is forced,then the queen goes to B7 the checkmate in only 2moves!!
Can anyone explain why bishop is moved to c4 at 0:14
How best in chess
There are two good moves white can play,1.Ra7….if black king moves to b8 Qb7 is checkmate
What if plays knight b4 after taking with rook
How do you learn all of these strategies?
please make a vidio on queen and king vs rook and king .
I guess solution for puzzle is rd2, then any move for black then queen a7
Please avoid subtitles
Knight to c 7
7:26 Cannot your Opponent just block with knight e7 to defend the queen
2:32 Not bissop to d6, king to f8. A logical move and if he swings back his knight to e7 after bissp to f6 then you are gone.
This is a great gambit, i went to a tournament and i crushed my opponents 2 times even though they didnt play the same moves
Poor helpless lady 😀😀😀😀😀
‼️I tried this trap against Magnus Carlson , he resigned after two moves ‼️❤🍀😀‼️
Place rook in d8 black rook attak him and place queen in a7 checkmate
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Ans for puzzle white rook to a7 king b8 is forced then rook to a8 black is forced to take rook with king or bishop whatever he takes queen to a7 is a check mate
Sweetie is gone
Hello, chesstalk in trap 1, what if after Qd5+(Ke8)Re1(Ne7)Q×Ne4?
That's why i love you Sir
Puzzle :- Rook to a7 😁🤣
In my opinion, the best move in the puzzle is the knight to d6, whereas it attacks the oppostion's queen, rook and bishop
For the puzzle
(1.) +Ra7, king is forced to KB8.
(2.) Now +RA8,either king or bishop can take B*A8 (or) K*a8
(3.) Now QA7# checkmate
Today I defeated a player online with the Nakhmanson gambit but the game went in a completely different variation which isn't shown here. I first became very worried thinking that maybe I messed up something. But no I actually didn't mess up anything. Actually the opponent played a very different move which isn't shown in this video. It resulted in a long game and I couldn't finish it fast. But yes I was always in a dominating position in the whole game. Very comfortable victory. This gambit is really one of the BEST gambits in the history of chess💖💖💖💖💖💖. So what happened in my game is that in this position-2:06 my opponent didn't play anything like what you showed. Instead he played the move pawn takes b2. Then I first captured the knight with my rook and gave check and then I captured the pawn on b2 with my bishop. I had to capture the pawn on b2 with my bishop otherwise he would capture my rook and promote to a queen and I would be in big trouble. This become a very different game and I was all on my own. It was a long game but I was always dominating the game and had a comfortable win. You missed showing this variation in your video. It's okay it's understandable as you are also after all a human bro🙂. We miss out things no matter how much we try. No one's perfect. A new video suggestion from me. You can make a part 2 of this video showing this variation if you want bro.
Rook 2 a7 check
He’ll move the king to B8
Then Queen to b7 checkmate
I guessed the first move of the chess puzzle
06:51 If opponent didn't take the pawn then
king takes rook
Poor helpless lady 😂😂
in 2:34 what if black knight moves to e5
8:09 white bishop check to king (sac) queen takes queen
Who’s up for a game?
Knight to d6
3:30 i love the "sweety is gone"
Best chess teacher in the world. These videos are soooo helpful! You teach them very clearly, and make jokes along the way. Keep up the great work!!
If he moves queen pawn in first move,then?
This really helps,altough it may take a long time to memorize this