The most common question I get asked is the top chess openings a player should learn in chess so I thought I’d create a video to answer that question. In semi-order we have:
10. Slav Defense
9. London System
8. Caro Kann
7. Fried Liver Attack
6. French Defense
5. Ruy Lopez
4. Nimzo-Indian Defense
3. King’s Gambit
2. Sicilian Defense
1. Queen’s Gambit
Soo kings gambit u moved Pawn to F4 but u said Knight
Fried liver attack sucks
Watched the Queen's Gambit. Now I'm here
I just don't get how these openings are strategic and I can't seem to find a video that actually explains how to choose your moves. I don't just want to copy
I'm confused about how these openings are different depending on the orientation of the board.. or does it not matter? I'm trying to think about it and just confusing myself
with the fried liver attack, after they take your horse with their king and then you move your queen out, cant they just move their king right back to where it started and then you just lost a knight for no reason? What if your opponent doesn't follow these moves?
bro what is this video
I really loved to see the FLA openings, so I wanted to try it. Time has come and OMG 🙂 THX
Good Video, BRO
Thanks for the ideas, nice job! Ive been playing the hippo exclusively for both sides this week, raised my rapid and daily, and 5 out of six wins in daily tourneys this week, well above 60 percent win rate…i am cureently at 41% before this week with other openings, VERY noticeable improvement…and far fewer blunders than gambit style openings i was playing. Plus, they usually do not know what to do, I just setup, and wait for them to blunder.
Im only 800 or so rated in rapid, 1000 in daily, 1600 in puzzles with almost 5000 rated puzzles played, and have been playing two months, coming upon 300 games.
Good luck everybody!
Why do people trade their knight for a pawn. The king kills the knight and can go back to where it was. Makes no sense to me
Whichever opening i choice i find knight attack very hard to defend
I think for beginners you should play Ruy Lopez , Queens Gambit , The Sicilian defense and Kings Indian. I may not be correct but my thoughts on openings for beginners is that.
you do anybody have problems with the video??
I'd watch that top 10 aggressive openings.
Thanks Cody :/
Here from Cody Ko
I wish this included some explanation. I understand how to put the pieces where you tell me. But what is the logic? What makes these openings strong?
I've been doing Ruy lopez all this time as a beginner and didn't know it Lol
damn yeh the kings gambit is e4 e5 nf4?? Probs a slip up in the script I guess
Blank and white opening?? RACIST!!
POV you play French defence for white.
The more I study the worse I get ……
5:50 my favrote
Didn't even explain pros and cons with these different openings
Great video….thanks mate😊🤩
you forgot to mention the best opening, f3
i just move up my most corner pawns and towers, cant get by my castle if i keep expanding past the hill
Hate it I hate it I hate it I hate it I hate I hate my love it I love it
Bro u literally explained NOTHING about the Sicilian defence
This is a great job👌
anybody here from Cody ko?
Here in germany we call the bishop "runner"
I swear these names are made up😭
Just setting this aside:
This video was made 7 years ago, and now players have realized that the King’s gambit is not that good anymore and people have ways to counter play it.
nice tutorial sir thank you.
but since so many opening was addressing the queen's gambit i think it should have been in the start of the video
So it turns out my favorite opening is slav but on queens side?
And how do you know what opening to play against the other?
6:45 why did you say knight when you moved the pawn
I am so bad at chess so I am watching this bid currently
I do one that i bring out my pawn on E2 then if they bring their pawn out on F7 then i move my queen to h5 and thats check mate
The rai Lopez.
I have won 100 chess matches online on clash of kings without knowing these lol
I do well with Fried Liver and Scandinavian. I always get mauled by the opponents queen when I try King's Indian.
load stuff like this my #machineiq~
i feel so bad i have never won a game