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📥 Download the PGN of these opening traps from this blog-post –
🔹 Deadly Chess TRAP to Win in 8 Moves! [Tricky Gambit Opening] –
🔹 The Most Aggressive Chess Opening (+Halosar Trap) –
🔹 7 Best Chess Opening Traps in the Scandinavian Defense –
In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you some really cool opening tricks to fool your opponents and win their queen in just a few moves. These traps have high win/success rates and are from 10 different, popular chess openings! You can win a queen in just 6 moves in some of these openings.
Through these opening traps, you will learn one of the most common tactical patterns involving sacrificing your central pawn(s), getting one of your minor pieces (bishop or knight) into your opponent’s territory, and then deflecting your opponent’s king to win their queen.
There’s also a puzzle challenge for you at the end with which you can test the knowledge you’ve gained from these traps. Also, please let us know in the comments below which of these traps you loved the most.
00:00 Chess Opening TRICK to Fool Your Opponent & Win Their Queen
00:21 Trap-1: Tennison Gambit in Zukertort/Reti opening
02:17 Trap-2: Italian Game, Blackburne Shilling Gambit
04:23 Trap-3: Englund Gambit against 1.d4
05:45 Trap-4: Blackmar-Diemer Gambit
07:10 Even titled/advanced players fall for this evil trap!
08:33 Trap-5: Smith-Morra Gambit in Sicilian Defense
10:01 Trap-6: Scandinavian Defense (Van Geet Opening: Hector Gambit)
11:37 Trap-7: Albin Countergambit in Queen’s Gambit Declined
13:28 Trap-8: King’s Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Countergambit
15:37 Trap-9: Budapest Gambit (works against stronger players)
18:04 Trap-10: Scandinavian Defense
20:06 Puzzle of the day: Can you find the winning moves?
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