Win A Queen in 10 Popular Openings [Tricks & TRAPS to Fool Your Opponents]

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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.

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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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184 Comments

  1. I have really learned something
    U r a good class teacher❤

  2. I honestly find it terrifying how many ways you can destroy your opponent so fast in chess, anyone else feel that way?

  3. How can I possibly lose a blitz game now?! 😂

  4. Thanks, now i know all of the traps so i can counter it

  5. 5:34 I actually discovered this trap by accident one day when I was playing chess, I pre moved the knight and that actually happend, I sat there a minute then I found the bishop sacrifice and did this trap.

  6. I just used the trap#2. He didn’t fully fall for it, but I still took his rook. Won the game, but dude gave me hell till the very end.

  7. Dude these are freaking amazing🤣🤣🤣🤣

  8. What a tricky guy, Oleg Smirnov. 😅 If you led an army I would raise my white flag! Hugs and blessings ❣️ ISH
    John ISH Ishmael of Food Secure Communities Raised Box Urban Organic Gardens in Brampton ON Canada

  9. the answer to the puzzle at the end is Qh5 for anyone wondering. The reason is that the king will be forced to move to d8 and when it does, you can play ba5 pinning the queen to the king and winning it, and the queen cannot capture because the queen on h5 will take black queen that just took the bishop. if black tries to play g6 to misplace the queen so that it wouldn't protect a5, you can simply play bxg6 forcing the king to move anyway, then play ba5 again and win the queen

  10. Really all opening are very good lot of thanks.

  11. ► Chapters

    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?

  12. Most of the trap are from Bxf2+ or Bxf7+! Super cool

  13. Always love these gambit videos. Also watched a ton of your Scotch Gambit/Bishops opening videos!

  14. Solution to the Puzzle: Qh5+ Kd8 Ba5! and if g6 then Bxg6+ Kd8 Ba5

  15. The puzzle answer is Qh5+.After Kd8, you play Ba5 to pinning the queen to the king and we achieved our goal, winning a queen.

  16. Solution to puzzle: Qh5 ch. If … Kd8, Ba5 pins the queen, and if … g6, Bxg6 ch Kd8 Ba5 with the same result.

  17. Please can you record a video on how to beat the Ruy Lopez?

  18. Qh5 chk, P-g6, bxg6 chk, Kd1, Ba5, Qxa5, QxQ hooya !

  19. The wining move is Qh5+ g7, Qxg7 Kd8, Ba5 Qxa5, Qxh5+ Ke8, Bh5#

  20. Amazing video with cool traps ideas. Thank you

  21. I love your opening videos and traps. Can you make a video on how to play against the Taimanov Sicilian as white? Thank you so much

  22. Thanks Igor. It will take me a while working through these openings over and over again until I can do them automatically.

  23. In #8 you do trap the queen, but the price is high and your queenside is demolished. I would definitely fight on.

  24. thanks so much for this video, i tried it once on a 1100 to see how it would work, and i won the queen an entirely different way! he resigned after 13 moves

  25. Saakar (साकार) Chess Ambarnath says:

    very nice video all traps in one video…check 07:10 time stamp looks incorrect!

  26. Chess pieces are mathematical units in geometric form, that can be added or subtracted, according to rules. Units in mathematics similarly come in different forms and similarly operate according to rules. Mathematics represents physical forms. So physical mathematics is simply the operations upon physical mathematical units. Chemistry is a good example of physical mathematics.

    Chemistry and chess both have geometric forms of units. It's really hard to add and subtract chess units because of computational complexity, for every addition or subtraction, there are many 2D geometric shapes that fit in sequences. There's beginning complexity, middle complexity and then it's not complex at all.

    Kindly define the complexity of chess and therefore the periodic table along these lines.

    Not sure if this is novel or not. Certainly I've been emailing it for some time now.

    Kindly verify or rebut.

  27. solution to the puzzle: Qh5+ Kd8 Ba5 wining the queen (quit a theme)

  28. Started playing chess this year … thanks to Igor and Gotham chess I have reached 1600

  29. I wonder Igor why you don't challenge for the world championship title . 🌹🌹🌹

  30. Excellent. Very amusing presentation as well. Thanks 🙂.

  31. Power Rangers and Super Sentai (PR and SS) says:

    Sir, please upload for
    HOW TO CRUSH or PLAY against English opening (FOR BLACK)

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