Chess Opening TRICKS to WIN Fast: Sicilian Defense Traps, Best Moves, Ideas, Strategy & Tactics

Chess Opening TRICKS to WIN Fast: Sicilian Defense Traps, Best Moves, Ideas, Strategy & Tactics

An Amazing Chess opening trick to smash your
opponent in just 7 moves. Coming up. Let’s start with the opening. We play e4, black plays c5, the Sicilian defense. Then knight f3 and pawn to d6. This is a very common opening played at the
intermediate and grandmaster level. After this, we will play c3, which is the
Alapin variation of the Sicilian Defense. Our main idea is to push d4 on the next move
so that we can establish a strong control of the center. It’s a very obvious strategy. Okay, now what do you think black can play
here? Just give it a thought and try to come up
with the options. What I have seen is that many black players
in this position will look to develop their knight and bishop in this manner. Well, there are 2 benefits of playing this. First one is that these are very natural development
moves in an opening and that’s how we go about it, right? We develop our minor pieces first. The second reason is that Black can clearly see what we are trying to do so he can counterattack this central pawn. By playing the bishop and knight like this,
he is indirectly controlling the center by adding an Attacker and pinning this defender. So black decides to play knight c6 first. He can start with the bishop as well, the
move order does not matter. Okay, then we play pawn to d4, as expected. And finally, black pins our knight by playing
bishop g4. Now if you evaluate this position, black has
a couple of threats against us. He is attacking our knight and at the same
time, attacking the center as well. Now if he decides to take this knight and
we recapture with our queen, then black can attack the center and eventually, he will
be leading by a pawn. And if we take his bishop with this pawn instead
of the queen, then we will be doubling our pawns on the kingside which is not something we want to do going into the middlegame. So what do we do? Well, there’s a beautiful move that you can
play in this position. And that is, pawn to d5, attacking the knight. What can black play now? Well, the best move for him in this position
would actually be to take back this knight to b8, but I know no one would play that. If he is thinking of knight a5, then after b4, black takes, we recapture and as you can see,
this knight has no safe square to go. So we will simply be up by a piece. Going back, he can play something like bishop
takes on f3 which is a good move, but still at the end of it, if you see, we will be in
a better position as white. Going back, the move that I want to focus on is knight to
e5, centralizing the knight and trying to put additional pressure on f3. I have seen Most black players are tempted
to play this move, but that’s a huge mistake. Let me show you how you can absolutely destroy
your opponent from here. We are going to start with this stunning move
knight to e5, taking Black’s knight and giving away our queen for free. Your opponent must be on top of the world
thinking you’ve made a blunder. But if he tries to be greedy and latches onto
your queen, then he is gone. Let me show you how. After bishop takes queen, we have this beautiful move, bishop b5 check and black is in serious trouble now. His king cannot move anywhere, so the only
option he has to block with his queen. Then, bishop takes queen, it’s a check again. Black has the only move, king to d8. Then we have knight f7 check. If king takes our bishop, then we will also
take his bishop first because this rook is not going anywhere. In our next move, we can take his rook as
well. And even if our knight gets trapped in this
corner, we are still ahead by a rook, which is a big advantage and you should easily win it from here. Going back, in this position, even if black realises that he cannot take your queen and decides to take your knight instead, then we can simply take his bishop. And still if you see, we are ahead by a full
bishop along with a better pawn structure so this should again be a good game for you. Okay, so It’s puzzle time. But before moving onto today’s chess puzzle,
I would like to remind that if you want to learn some cool chess tricks like these and
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all notifications. Okay, so here’s the puzzle. In this position, It’s your turn and you need
to find the Best Move continuation for White. If you are able to find the solution to this
puzzle, then share it in the comments below. I am reading all your comments & will give
them a heart if your explanation is correct so don’t forget to share your answers in the
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100 thoughts on “Chess Opening TRICKS to WIN Fast: Sicilian Defense Traps, Best Moves, Ideas, Strategy & Tactics

  1. This Puzzle is a Tough One. Can YOU Solve it?
    Let me know in the Comments…
    And Don't forget to Watch All My Chess Opening Tricks Here:

  2. Rook to G8 check …If Black captur ed it by either rook or bishop next move will be queen F6 then King has one move that is King H7 and then queen H8 would be checkmate

  3. The best next move is rook to H7. Then white will move Queen to A7 or F6 to make check(depends on Black move). Then Queen to G7 checkmate.

  4. My favorite part of your videos is when you say โ€œthen heโ€™s gone.โ€ I check out your channel multiple times a week JUST to be on the lookout for new videos and for ways to make the opponent be gone. Thank you for all the great content

  5. First rook to h7 check, king cuts the rook then queen to a7 check ,king can only move to h8 then queen to g7 will be a beautiful checkmate.๐Ÿ˜Ž

  6. The puzzle is quite simple, Rh7+ if King takes (Kxh7) then Qxa7+ Even if the enemy covers with rook or bishop you can eat it. Then Qg7#, however if Queen takes your rook (Qxh7) then Qf6+ after Qg7 (because there's no other moves) Qxg7#. Hope you understand it ๐Ÿ˜‡

  7. 1.Rh7+ Kxh7 2.Dxa7+ Db7 3.Dxb7+ Rd7 4.Dxd7+ Bf7 5.Dxf7+ Kh8 6.Dg7#
    1.Rh7+ Dxh7 2.Df6+ Dg7 3.Dxg7#
    Nice trick, I will try someday!

  8. The best move is rook h7, if queen captures then queen f6 cheak and black queen h7 and Qxg7 and mate but if king captures then QxA7 cheak and black king h8 and then mate by Qg7

  9. Rh7+ he has only two options to go with:
    1st Option
    1.Q*h7. Qf6+
    2.Qg7. Q*g7#
    2nd Option
    1.K*h7. Q*a7+
    2.Qb7. Q*b7+
    3.Rd7. Q*d7+
    4.Bf7. Q*f7+
    5.Kh8. Qg7#

    Nice video… and trap… super voice….

  10. After d6 by black white goes for d4 where trade takes place and then you might see najdorf variation after couple of moves. If you have any #trap or #suggestions in that line that would be great.

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  12. Your opponent must be on top of the world, thinking you made a blunder. But if he tries to be greedy and take your queen we play the crushing move….and he's gone! I absolutely love your commentary! You're the best! Cheers mate ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Puzzle
    1- rook g7 to h7 check
    2- king will capture as it is forced 3- queen f2 to f7 only 1 square left for king is h8
    4- then finally queen to g7

  14. 1) Rg8+, Bร—g8 or Rร—g8. 2) Qf6+ , if Rg7 then Qร—g7++. if Kh7 then Qe7+ , then black plays Rg7 and then Qร—g7##

  15. Rh7+ If king takes then Qxa7+ then king h8 force them Qg7# or If after Rh7+ Queen takes rook then Qf6+ then two moves can be done by black if Qg7 block check them Queen takes and mate and if King moves Kg8 the Qxd8+ king can only move to f7 then Qd7+ and black lost his queen….

  16. There are 2 ways to solve this puzzle
    1) Rh7 Kร—h7 Qร—A7 and so on
    2) RG8 , with whatever piece white takes it Qf6 Kh7 Qg7 Checkmate

  17. Rh7+ – Qxh7
    Qf6+ – Qg7
    If Kxh7 instead of Qxh7
    Qxa7+ – Qb7
    Qxb7+ – Rd7
    Qxd7+ – Bf7
    Qxf7+ – Kh8

  18. Rook to H7 check. If black takes with king H7 then queen A7 check, king can only move back to H8 and the queen to G7 checkmate…. If black takes rook at H7 then queen to F6 checkmate as H7 would be occupied by Black's queen and White's rook on G3 is controlling the G File.

  19. Step1- Black rook move to g8. Then black has only option that his black rook is attack on white rook.
    Step2- then other black rook is move to g8 for attacking black rook. Then black king has only option to attack white rook.
    Step3- Then white queen is move to f6. Black king has only one option to move back.
    Step4- Finally white queen is on g6 position. And check mate…

  20. I just wanna say thank you because I have been watching your videos and been winning on the contest Iโ€™m in. Iโ€™m still going through the contest because it has 3 rounds and Iโ€™m at the 3rd round already, 1st and 2nd won, and I did the tips and tricks you did on those two rounds. Thank you really! (The rounds are in separate days 3 matches each)

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  22. 1. RG7 TO RH7
    then the opponent have 2 moves KH7 OR QH7,
    If he plays QH7 then he is gone, because QF6 is a stunning check and Q X QG7 is a beautiful check- mate.
    If he plays KH7 then QA7 is check and QG7 is a beautiful check- mate..

  23. Tomorrow ,I am going for a chess tournament and after learning chess lessons from you sir I get confident of my wining.

  24. I wish I can say this is my head every time I win, โ€œmy opponent is goneโ€ โ€œbeautiful checkmateโ€ but sadly I cant remember these ๐Ÿ˜‚

  25. Rook to h7 check black king has capture rook h7 then queen to f5 check king has no move other than h8 queen to f7 check again king has only one square to move h7 then rook g7 mate

  26. there are two ways to mate the black's king no. 1 rook g7 to h7 then black king captures the rookh7 then whitequeen goes to a7with checked black king in h7 then black's king goes back to h8 then simply move queen a7 to g7 then checkmate
    no.2 rookg7 to h7 then black's queen goes to capture the rookh7 then white queen goes to f6 to get checked with the blacks king then the white kings no other moves except to block the checked with blacksqueen then simply capture the blacks queen to the white queen then it's gone checkedmate๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‚and I thank you ๐Ÿ˜˜

  27. Qf6 to attack the rook so black has to move the rook otherwise it is checkmate so when black moves his rook to d6 Qf8 will be mate and if he plays anything else Qh8 will be mate

  28. First RH7. The possibility for black would be
    1. QxH7 thn QF6+, QG7, QxG7# would be a mate.
    2. KxH7 thn QxA7, KH8, QG7# would be a mate.
    Cheers ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  29. First of all we have to make an escape route
    So Rg4
    After that the opponent can give a check by Rh1
    We will follow the escape route
    Then if the opponent tries to threaten our g4 rook,we will place our g7 rook in front of the black d8 rook if the opponent decides to take our rook itโ€™s a mistake
    We will too take the d8 rook
    Then it will come in either g7 or h7 after that Qxa7
    Only one option he has which is g6
    Or he can block with the bishop
    After this we e6
    And the bishop is gone
    Then Qxf7
    Is a beautiful checkmate!

  30. Sir in sicilian defence 1.e4-c5
    3.c3-Nc6 and in fourth move
    4.d4-Nf6 if there play this move what is the best move for white to play sir.please help

  31. White g3 rook to g6, black rook to h1, white king to g3, black queen to b3, white king to h4, black queen to b4, white king to h5, then black move any thing like pawn or bishop then white queen to f6, then black move its rook to f1, white rook to g8 checkmate (there are many variations to checkmate but this is best one) ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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