Chess Opening TRICK to win in 9 Moves (Queen Sacrifice) + Puzzle

Chess  Opening TRICK  to win in 9 Moves (Queen Sacrifice) + Puzzle


Hello Friends, How are you? I am Ashvin and Welcome to Hindi Chess Videos. Friends, Today I will show you Gm Evgenija’s Chess Game in Which He used fantastic Chess Tricks, Chess Strategy and Chess Moves to
beat his opponent in 9 moves only. Along with that at the end of the game I will
share you a new Puzzle and also share the solution of last chess puzzle. So be stay alright. Let’s start. Gm played pawn to e4, pawn to c5 sicilian
defense, and now pawn to c3. And friends this is really good opening for
beginners against Sicilian if they don’t have any good opening to play. This is really Cool and easy just play c3
and try to play your both pawns in the center. In this position Black has two main Option. KNight to f6 or pawn to d5. WHich was played in the game. Pawn capture d5 Queen capture d5 and pawn
to d4 pawn capture d4, pawn capture d4 and here Black here continuously attack on d4
for instance knight to c6 played in the game Knight to f3 protecting d4 and here Black
played Bishop to g4 and he would like to play long castle and puts heavy pressure on d4. But Friends Here Gm played KNight to c3, really
good move if Bishop capture f3 then Knight capture d5 and Bishop capture Queen on d1
forced and knight to c7 and capture his Rook. and White is having good position but we don’t go into much detail because our main focus our main focus is what if Queen moves to d8 after knight
to c3. Here this Chess Trick will work and white
is winning already. Pawn to d5 was played and here Good option
for Black is to play knight to b8 but that is very bad moves looks like so if Nd4 then
Qxd4 and if Nb4 or a5 then Qa4+ is winning So basically in this position after d5 knight
has to move to b8 where white position is really strong. But in the game Black played knight to e5
to exploit the pin on f3 so he though white has to play Be2 but friends if you wish you
can pause the video here to find the winning move for white. Here Knight capture e5 was played, sacrificing
the Queen and Black resigned why? if Bishop capture d1 then Bishop to b5 check and Queen
to d7 forced then Bishop capture on d7 check , king to d8 then we will take Bishop on d1
with our king and as you can see white is having two extra piece. SO after 9 Moves knight capture e5 Black resigned
here. So how was
the game? is it good? Now let’s move to puzzle. First Solution to the last puzzle. This is Critical Endgame position Called centurini
position. Here Winning procedure is more important than
the moves. SO I will show you excat procedure. Here Procedure first Bring your Bishop to
B7 so Black Bishop has to move to short diagonal then you can’t exchange Bishops on c8 otherwise
we will lose pawn on b6 by Bishop capture c8, king captures and now King captures on
b6 so what would be your Strategy? First Force Black to leave long diagonal here
you can use enay other move but the purpose of the move must be forcing Black to leave
long diagonal, Bishop f5 Bishop to d5 Bishop to c8Bishop to f3 back and now Bishop to b7
and friends now we finished our first step now Black’s Bishop has to leave long diagonal
so Bishop to e2, now whenever you move your Bishop move in a such a way that Black king
can’t go to b5 so Bishop to f3, really tricky move, Now threat is to push pawn to b7 and
Queen, SO now Ba6 is forced and now Bd7 and now point is that now if Bishop to c8 then
Bxc8 and b7 then Kxb7 so Basically Black king has to move. This is really important strategy to remember. The point is that when BIshop goes to short
diagonal we will simpley control c8 Square with our Bishop so he has to move the king. King to d5 and now Bishop to c8 is winning. Now Bishop capture c8 then King capture c8
and pawn push to b7 and b8 promoting into Queen. Same was not possible if his King is on c5
then position was draw due to Bishop capture Bishop, King capture Bishop and King capture
pawn on b6. So what is the main Strategy ? First Force
Black to leave long Diagonal, then force his king to move and once king move, we will exchage
Bishop from c8 using short diagonal so we can win. Now Today’s Chess Puzzle. Black to play and win some material. Position is Highly tricks because of peices
are in contact. So Friens How was the Video. I hope you liked my video a lot. If you like please subscribe this channel,
like the video and don’t forget to comment here. Thanks Jai Hind.Bye

77 thoughts on “Chess Opening TRICK to win in 9 Moves (Queen Sacrifice) + Puzzle

  1. sorry to say sir, but i dont liked this videp cuz thats too quick. Please dont take it seriously, but i advise you to upload long videos

  2. Sir, you were sounded a bit terrible in this video. i think you have cough or any illness. Or my speaker have any problem with him? Please assure me so that i can release my speaker's problem 😛

  3. sir mera college complete ho gaya hai aur mai abhi bhi chess khelna continue karna chahata ho , how can i do this ( mai sirf apni college team se hi khelta tha)

  4. I think Knight to e5 will work. As after Ne5 Pawn takes Knight, Bishop takes Knight on d2. Here White can play any move but if he moves his Queen away then Black Queen is eyeing White's Knight on h4 and hence black will capture White's Knight on h4. Or if White doesn't move his Queen then Black can play Bc8.

  5. Sir, fantastic trick video accha tha , lekin puzzle sovle kar me PGN dalo taki hum use analysis kar ke solve kare sirf video se (position & move) hum dhyana me nahi rakh payenge PGN dalo ge tho solve kar payenge .

  6. Hello Ashvin sir I am Siddharth… The solution of last puzzle is… First we will play N – e5 attacking queen then when pawn *e5 then simply Bishop *d2.. Now we can see that white has no chance to prevent his h4 Knight… Now like white plays Rook to d1 attacking Bishop than simply b-e3 check then when king to h1 black can play Bishop to c3 now queen has to leave the Knight.. Then like queen to f3 then we can simply take queen *h4 and win a piece….. Thank u sir for these puzzles…..and videos…. these are really helpful…. Thank u…. good by

  7. sir me bas 13 saal ka ho par me chess me concentrate nahi kari pata because of studies. Aap mujhe suggestion dejeye ki me kya karo

  8. [Event "Rated Classical game"]
    [Site "https://lichess.org/CxHHbYju"]
    [Date "2017.11.15"]
    [Round "-"]
    [White "Gigs"]
    [Black "rajaratre"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [UTCDate "2017.11.15"]
    [UTCTime "06:55:41"]
    [WhiteElo "1566"]
    [BlackElo "1579"]
    [WhiteRatingDiff "-11"]
    [BlackRatingDiff "+11"]
    [Variant "Standard"]
    [TimeControl "600+0"]
    [ECO "C45"]
    [Opening "Scotch Game: Classical Variation"]
    [Termination "Normal"]
    [Annotator "lichess.org"]

    1. e4 { [%clk 0:10:00] } e5 { [%clk 0:10:00] } 2. Nf3 { [%clk 0:09:59] } Nc6 { [%clk 0:09:57] } 3. d4 { [%clk 0:09:57] } exd4 { [%clk 0:09:49] } 4. Nxd4 { [%clk 0:09:55] } Bc5 { [%clk 0:09:46] } { C45 Scotch Game: Classical Variation } 5. Nxc6 { [%clk 0:09:52] } bxc6 { [%clk 0:09:44] } 6. Nc3 { [%clk 0:09:49] } Nf6 { [%clk 0:09:37] } 7. Bc4 { [%clk 0:09:45] } O-O { [%clk 0:09:21] } 8. O-O { [%clk 0:09:42] } d6 { [%clk 0:08:56] } 9. Re1 { [%clk 0:09:35] } Ng4 { [%clk 0:08:03] } 10. Rf1 { [%clk 0:09:23] } Qh4 { [%clk 0:08:00] } 11. h3 { [%clk 0:08:27] } Nxf2 { [%clk 0:07:56] } 12. Qf3 { [%clk 0:07:25] } Nxh3+ { [%clk 0:07:36] } 13. Kh1 { [%clk 0:06:43] } Nf2+ { [%clk 0:07:27] } 14. Kg1 { [%clk 0:06:39] } Qh1# { [%clk 0:07:24] } { Black wins by checkmate. } 0-1

  9. [Event "Rated Classical game"]
    [Site "https://lichess.org/K9EEsuqq"]
    [Date "2017.11.15"]
    [Round "-"]
    [White "Govinda111"]
    [Black "Tal171"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [UTCDate "2017.11.15"]
    [UTCTime "08:34:18"]
    [WhiteElo "1388"]
    [BlackElo "1300"]
    [WhiteRatingDiff "+8"]
    [BlackRatingDiff "-8"]
    [Variant "Standard"]
    [TimeControl "600+0"]
    [ECO "C46"]
    [Opening "Three Knights Opening"]
    [Termination "Normal"]
    [Annotator "lichess.org"]

    1. e4 { [%clk 0:10:00] } Nc6 { [%clk 0:10:00] } 2. Nc3 { [%clk 0:09:55] } e5 { [%clk 0:09:56] } 3. Nf3 { [%clk 0:09:54] } { C46 Three Knights Opening } Qe7?! { (0.04 → 1.02) Inaccuracy. Best move was Nf6. } { [%clk 0:09:48] } (3… Nf6 4. Bb5 Bc5 5. O-O d6 6. Na4 Bb6 7. d4 O-O 8. d5 Ne7 9. Bd3 c6 10. Nxb6) 4. Bc4 { [%clk 0:09:50] } Qc5?! { (0.82 → 1.80) Inaccuracy. Best move was Nf6. } { [%clk 0:09:41] } (4… Nf6) 5. d3 { [%clk 0:09:41] } Nd4 { [%clk 0:09:37] } 6. Be3 { [%clk 0:09:32] } Qb4? { (1.35 → 3.56) Mistake. Best move was c6. } { [%clk 0:09:27] } (6… c6) 7. Nxd4?! { (3.56 → 2.98) Inaccuracy. Best move was Nxe5. } { [%clk 0:09:23] } (7. Nxe5 Ne6) 7… exd4 { [%clk 0:09:22] } 8. Bxd4 { [%clk 0:09:21] } Qxb2?? { (3.09 → 6.36) Blunder. Best move was c6. } { [%clk 0:09:17] } (8… c6 9. O-O Nh6 10. Ne2 Qd6 11. h3 Be7 12. f4 O-O 13. Rf3 Kh8 14. Bb3 Qc7 15. c4) 9. Rb1 { [%clk 0:08:53] } Qa3 { [%clk 0:08:53] } 10. Qf3? { (6.08 → 3.90) Mistake. Best move was Nb5. } { [%clk 0:08:38] } (10. Nb5) 10… f6? { (3.90 → 6.75) Mistake. Best move was Kd8. } { [%clk 0:08:43] } (10… Kd8 11. Qxf7 Qe7 12. Qf4 c6 13. O-O Nh6 14. a4 d6 15. Qg3 b6 16. f3 d5 17. Bb3) 11. Qh5+?? { (6.75 → 3.52) Blunder. Best move was Nb5. } { [%clk 0:08:19] } (11. Nb5) 11… g6 { [%clk 0:08:33] } 12. Qd5?! { (3.87 → 3.10) Inaccuracy. Best move was Qf3. } { [%clk 0:08:02] } (12. Qf3) 12… c6?? { (3.10 → 6.53) Blunder. Best move was Qe7. } { [%clk 0:08:20] } (12… Qe7 13. Nb5) 13. Qf7+ { [%clk 0:07:30] } Kd8 { [%clk 0:08:08] } 14. Bxf6+ { [%clk 0:07:28] } Nxf6 { [%clk 0:07:55] } 15. Qxf6+ { [%clk 0:07:25] } Be7?! { (6.49 → 7.17) Inaccuracy. Best move was Kc7. } { [%clk 0:07:25] } (15… Kc7 16. Qxh8 b5 17. Bb3 Bb7 18. O-O a5 19. Ne2 Qe7 20. a4 Qg7 21. Qxg7 Bxg7 22. f4) 16. Qxh8+ { [%clk 0:07:22] } Kc7 { [%clk 0:07:21] } 17. Qe5+?! { (7.08 → 6.52) Inaccuracy. Best move was O-O. } { [%clk 0:07:16] } (17. O-O Bf8 18. Bf7 g5 19. Rb3 Qe7 20. Qxh7 Qf6 21. Qg6 Bg7 22. Qxf6 Bxf6 23. Rd1 d6) 17… Bd6 { [%clk 0:07:10] } 18. Qd4?! { (6.52 → 5.65) Inaccuracy. Best move was Qf6. } { [%clk 0:06:40] } (18. Qf6 Qa5 19. f4 b5 20. Bxb5 Bb4 21. Rxb4 Qxb4 22. Kd2 Bb7 23. Qe5+ Qd6 24. Qxd6+ Kxd6) 18… c5?? { (5.65 → Mate in 6) Checkmate is now unavoidable. Best move was Qa5. } { [%clk 0:07:04] } (18… Qa5 19. Bb5 a6 20. e5 Be7 21. Ba4 Bc5 22. Qc4 Ba7 23. e6 Qe5+ 24. Kd2 Qg5+ 25. Kd1) 19. Nb5+ { [%clk 0:06:26] } Kb6 { [%clk 0:06:57] } 20. Qxd6+ { [%clk 0:06:22] } Ka5 { [%clk 0:06:49] } 21. Nxa3 { [%clk 0:06:18] } { Black resigns. } 1-0

  10. Qd5 check,
    Only move enemy king goes to h8
    Once again we give check at Qf6,king back at original place,
    Now Rd1xRd8
    Now opponent have two options,
    1) if queen capture we give another check with Bxf7, forcefully rook capture Bishop and we win supportless queen
    2)if rook capture,now we have same idea remove the defender Bxf7 forcefully queen capture it.then we win rook with check after black move we capture Knight

  11. hello sir I am Satya Prakash I am a blind chess player your videos are excellent sir I have a suggestion my suggestion is when you give any puzzle for us then you speak that which peace I stand which salt because I am a blind so that I can't see your bored I hope you will do this thank you sir I am waiting your answer

  12. आपका आशा बिल्कुल ही सही है ये वीडियो बहुत पसंद आया

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