Chess Opening Tricks & Traps in Queen’s Gambit Accepted & PUZZLE | Best Strategy, Moves & Ideas

Chess Opening Tricks & Traps in Queen’s Gambit Accepted & PUZZLE | Best Strategy, Moves & Ideas

In today’s chess video, I am going to show
you a cool little opening trick that will help you win more games. Plus, I also have an interesting chess puzzle for you all. So stay tuned till the end and keep watching
Chess Talk. Hello Chess Friends, I am Jeetendra Advani. Before beginning, I would like to announce
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& pricing, you can tap on the “Join” button below this video. Okay, so let’s begin. We start with the queen’s pawn opening – pawn to d4. Our opponent responds with pawn to d5. And then we play c4 – this is called the queen’s
gambit. Now from here, there could be two variations. Your opponent can take this pawn, which is
called the queen’s gambit accepted line. Or he can decide not to take this pawn and
play something like c6 or knight f6. This is called the ‘queen’s gambit declined’ variation. In this video, I am only going to focus on all the tricks and Traps in the queen’s
gambit accepted variation. So after black takes this pawn on c4, we will
play e3, attacking this pawn with our bishop. As you can see, black is ahead by a pawn. And most average players would try to hold
on to this advantage. This would be a mistake and that’s what you
need to exploit. If I was black, I would simply forget about
this pawn and focus on developing my pieces like this and challenge the center. But if black tries to preserve this pawn,
then he is in big trouble. If he defends with his bishop, then he is
blocking his central pawn, which ultimately blocks his other bishop. So this is obviously not a good move. Another option is to defend with the queen. But bringing out the queen so early is never
a good idea. You can easily develop your pieces and attack the queen to gain a strong positional advantage. So the only other option left is b5. This is probably what most of your opponents
will play when they are looking to defend this pawn. From here, you will follow the golden rule
of attacking the defender. So we play a4, attacking the b5 pawn. Capturing the pawn will leave black with this
terrible pawn structure. So these pawns won’t last long and then, you
can easily expand your control of the center. So going back, Another option could be to
defend this pawn with a6. But that’s a big mistake because after a takes
b5, black cannot take back. Because if he takes, then he will lose his
rook. So Let’s go back again. Now you might think that black can defend
this pawn with c6. But there is a subtle trap here as well. If he plays this, you will take this pawn,
black obviously takes back. And then you have a killer move here. Can you spot it? Yes, it is queen to f3 – hitting this rook on a8. Believe it or not, the only way black can
save this rook is by sacrificing his knight or bishop. So after all this, you will be up a minor
piece and significantly ahead in the game. So Let’s go back again. Now What if, in this position, black defends
with his bishop by playing it to either a6 or d7. Don’t worry, I have a trap here as well. First, you will simply take this pawn. Then Black will obviously take back with his
bishop. Now you will attack this bishop by playing
knight to c3. Black has to save his bishop now. He can either defend it or move it away. He can’t defend with a6 because this pawn
is pinned. Defending with the queen is never a good idea
because again, it hampers piece development and you can easily take advantage of that. Going back, if he tries to defend with the
c pawn, then after the following move sequence, he won’t be able to hold on to this extra
pawn. So this also does not work for him. You need to remember the mentality of your
opponent. He is trying to hold on to this pawn advantage. So the most probable move from him in this
position would be bishop to a6. He is holding this diagonal and supporting
his pawn so that it does not get picked up by your bishop. But by doing this, he has just finished off
his own game. Let me show you how you can completely destroy
your opponent from here. You will start with the move queen to f3,
attacking the rook on a8. The most natural move would be to block with
c6. But Here’s where the fun starts. Our Rook will take the bishop. Then his knight takes our rook. Then queen takes on c6 and it’s check. Unfortunately for black, his king can’t move,
so the only legal move he has is queen to d7. We capture the rook this time. It’s the same story again, it’s a check and
the king can’t move so he blocks with the queen. We come back to c6 to give check. Again, no legal moves, the queen blocks and
we take the Knight this time. Just look at this, black is completely out
of this game, you should easily win it from here.Now let me go back & show you a final
variation. In this position, instead of blocking with
the pawn, black can play knight to d7. This way the queen is defending the rook from
being captured. But the moment the knight moves, you can simply
take this bishop with your rook and that’s again a significant advantage. So in all situations, if black tries to hold
on, you should be able to exploit this and get into a match winning position. Okay, so It’s puzzle time but before moving
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is today’s puzzle. In this position, It’s your turn and you need
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puzzle, then share it in the comments below. Whoever gives the correct answer with the
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100 thoughts on “Chess Opening Tricks & Traps in Queen’s Gambit Accepted & PUZZLE | Best Strategy, Moves & Ideas

  1. Solution To Today's Chess Puzzle:
    1.♖dd7 ♜f7 2. ♖×f7 ♛h7 3.♕×h7+ ♚×h7 4. ♖×g7+ ♚h8 5.♖h7+ ♚g8 6.♗b4 ♟a5 7.♖cg7#

  2. First queen takes h6.So black has to capture the queen with its bishop.Our rook on d6 will take the bishop and give a check .no legal moves for king and queen of black has to cover the check.Now rook on h6 will capture the queen.Check. Only move for black is King on g8 square.But our second rook on c7 will come to g7 for a checkmate,.

  3. Queen g6 to h6
    If he kills it with bishop, we can make a beautiful check mate by killing the bishop with d6 rook and he is having only one move that is q to h7.
    and now our h6 rook takes h7 queen. Black King to g8 and our c7 rook to f7

  4. White queen takes h6 pawn, bishop takes queen, rook takes bishop, queen moves to h7, h6 rook takes queen (check) king to g8 and rook to g7, mate
    (for the puzzle)

  5. Moving the d6 rook to d7 and attacking on bishop and moving g6 queen to h7 then that's checkmate.

  6. Maybe queen takes h6 check, when bishop takes the queen, we use the d6 rook to take the bishop check. The queen blocks and then we use the c7 rook to take the queen.

  7. Queen take the porn and black take the queen with bishop and we take the bishop with the Rook and the black

  8. Attacking the pawn with queen and after that king gets the check which can only be secured by the Bishop and after attacking whites queen the white can take the bishop from his rooke and again check black can put his queen to defend king again attacking queen and than king have one block it has to go on it and again putting another rooke in front of king and it's checkmate

  9. Best moves for could be as follows :
    1.rook d7 supporting the other rook.
    2.rook from d7 to g7 ,queen is trapped then AS he need to move his queen else his queen will be dead AND IF HE DOESNOT TAKES ROOK THEN TOO,HIS QUEEN IS DEAD.
    3. Playing a killer move – ROOK FROM G7 to H7,giving a check and MATE as king cannot move RESULTING IN CHECKMATE

  10. White Queen h6
    Black Knight takes h6
    White Rook h6
    Black queen h7
    White Rook takes h7
    King g8
    Rook to g7 checkmate

  11. Solution of todays chess puzzle – 1. Q×h6+ 1.B×h6
    2.R×h6+ 2.Qh7
    So easy puzzle for me give me one of higher level

  12. Checkmate in two moves
    Queen to h6 ( check) , than black moves bishop to h6 or queen to h7
    if bishop to h6 than white moves rook to h6 and this is very beautiful checkmate if queen to h7 than capture queen by queen and than move rook from d6 to d7. Now the game of black is over

  13. 1:d6 rook go to f6, bishop takes rook, pawn takes bishop, rook takes pawn, queen takes rook, mate. 2:d6 rook go to f6, f8 rook go to c8, c7 rook go to f7, bishop take f6 rook, queen take bishop, mate

  14. Notation: 1.Qxh6+,Bxh6,Rxh6+,Qh7,
    Rhxh7+,Kg8,Rg7# some people thinks this only but after Qxh6+,Qh7 the analysis fails so the right notation is
    Qxg7# checkmate

  15. Bro..i love your videos and i have compared your videos with other chess game channels. You explain each and every basic moveS and every other possible combinations which other channels dont Show. I hAve applieD few tricks you explaiNed. thouGh i lost few games sinCe i am just a rookie / beginner. they helped me win most of the matches. KEEP IT UP!!! ♥️

  16. 1)queen takes h6 pawn check. black captures queen with bishop to h6.

    2) rook d6 to h6 check. black has no where to move his king . he has to sacrifice queen.

    3) rook c7 to h7 check.

    white has one bishop and one pawn piece advantage

  17. 1)queen takes h6 pawn check. black captures queen with bishop to h6.

    2) rook d6 to h6 check. black has no where to move his king . he has to sacrifice queen.

    3) rook h6 to h7 check.

    4)king to g8
    5)rook c7 to g7 #mate

  18. Here is the answer
    1) White king is moves to safe like f2
    2) Black moves whatever and wherever we don't care
    3) white Queen capture the Black pawn moving h6 and it's check
    4) Black Bishop capture the Queen g7 to h6
    5) white d6 rook capture the Black Bishop moving to h6 and gives check,Black king can't move so he can cover by moving his queen to h7
    6) here is deadly move from white, white h6 rook capture the Queen and gives to check Black
    7) Black king has only one move h8 to g8
    8) then white c7 rook moves g7 it's check and mate
    I hope u can understand

  19. Thats the easyest pizzle!
    All you need to do is to move your Queen to H6 then the only legal move black has is to take the Queen with his bishop then white take his Bishop with his Rook and its checkmate

  20. white to double rooks on the 7th and good night…..Im sure its been mentioned but it was in John Bartholomew Chess fundamentals 3. He was analyzing his students mistake in the final sequence of moves.

  21. For the Puzzle i think i have a solution in 4 moves.
    Black queen and black Bishop can't move without giving Check mate posibility, they are stuck.
    Black Bishop is the key to unlock the game.So i open the diagonal A1/H8 by pushing Pawn e5 to e6, no matter black response they can move their left rook or try to push pawns to promotion.
    After that i play bishop to C3 attacking the black bishop, if he captures in C3 with his bishop then the h6 Pawn is undefended so i take it with my queen and Check.
    His only move is to cover with queen H7 but after the white Queen captures it its over.
    If he doesn't move his Bishop and try anything else, then i just captures it with my bishop to g7 check, he defend by capturing queen g7, then white queen capture check mate.
    If he doesn't captures the bishop in c3 and try to cover the threat by pushing his rook to F6, i immediatly catures it with my bishop and the trap remains.

  22. @chesstalk – but black can also move his pawn to b4 square instead of supporting it or capturing the white pawn…

  23. queen eat biship black queen eat queen nock eat black queen king eat rock rock move down king move down peon eat black king

  24. The best move is to sacrifice queen by attacking h6 pawn
    Next step is to bishop cross
    Queen, next move is to rook
    Cross bishop and it is check mate

  25. How many percent that u open that kind of open the same open what r u talking abouth..dirs a lot of open moves….what i whant to learn with u r many moves that thers a lot of move…not that king of move

  26. QxH6+,BxH6, RxH6+,Qh7,R(h6)xh7+,Kg8,R(c7)g7++. All moves are forced after black bishop takes Qh6. If black move Qh7 to block then take Qxh7, Kxh7,Rd7, black does anything here, and it’s forced move mate for white with the take of black bishop and detached rooks

  27. Queen takes pawn h6 bishop takes queen h6 rook takes bishop H6 (check) queen to h7 rook h6 takes queen h7 king to g8 rook to g7 checkmate

  28. First,queen captures h6 poon,then bishop takes back,after rook takes bishop(check) ,then queen is forced to block the check so queen h7 ,but after that rook h6 will capture the queen and it will be checked then kings move is forced so the king will have to move to g8 after that you will bring youre other rook to g7 and it's a beuatiful checkmate…….

  29. 1. You take his bishop by rook on G7 and he save his Queen and then we take our Queen on h7 and game over chess talk that's simple answer not your

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