Chess Openings to Win a Online Chess Game; How to Play Chess

Chess Openings to Win a Online Chess Game; How to Play Chess


Hey, do you want to learn some quick chess traps and tricks in order to checkmate your opponent quickly? So you can win the game online fast and efficiently, let me show you how to do that. Let’s get Hey, what’s up everybody? It’s Danny with Chess Openings making a video for you today on Chess Tricks and Traps. We’re going to be talking about what traps are, essentially a trap or trick in chess is a tactic that’s used when you’re in game in order to outwit your opponent to gain an advantage on the center of the board. So you’re basically tricking them into a move that they don’t really want to do, but they don’t know they’re actually making a mistake and you’re getting a huge advantage by them falling into your trap, so successfully setting up awesome trap is going to help you essentially win the game. And so if you use Chess Traps on a regular basis or if you have like a specific Chess traps and tricks that you go to and you’ve won a lot of games using these? Go ahead put those chess, those Chess Traps in the comment section. And so we can’t talk about it I’ll be able to look at yours and things like that, so, go ahead and put that in there and then stay tuned at the end of the video, I’m going to give you one final tip on chess traps So you can really up your game and beef up some of those moves, so you won’t blunder and so you’ll get more checkmates. All right, let’s get into the How-to Alright guys, so the first trap trick. We’re going to be getting into today is going to be the Elephant Trap I like a this particular trap but it is set by black and I normally like to play with the black pieces and you’ll usually see this trap going to affect with when you’re playing against white players that are really aggressive on the board and You know, so this is a great trap and I’ve been successful with this The elephant trap was originally started where from what I’ve read about it. It was started by two german players Karl Mayet and Daniel Herowits, it’s an old I was last seen a really long time ago from what I’ve read. It’s 1848 and Let’s get into it so it’s going to start out with the typical opening the queen’s pawn so you’ll see White Open with D4 black then responds with D5 of the queen pawn and you’ll see the queen’s gambit begin with white to C4 typical response back with the variation of being declined on black With E6 from black then you see the response from white with knight to C3 From white with the typical response back on the normal defense from Black with knight to F6 after that, you’ll see a variation began with bishop being the modern variation with Bishop to G5 and Then you’ll see the response from Black a Knight to C6 And so this is kind of what the position you she’s going to look into for this particular trap to evolve from Then you’ll see the response from white starting to take, ah The center of the Board to attack that, so they’ll then be an attack, ah with C Pawn to D5 And then the typical take back from black with a pawn to D5 Then you’ll see the knight takes the center pawn as a Thought of advantage there, so Knight to D5 attacking the Knight Here, but the response and the trick is you’ll then take back with the knight to recapture there and you’ll be Sacrificing your Queen if playing, um, playing black, so again the knight will then move to D5 recapturing the Knight there on D5 and you’ll be sacrificing your queen and you’ll then the sacrifice, the bishop will then take on D8 removing the queen from the board and then The move that is the trap is you’ll be taking this particular square will be moving over To b4 with your bishop because at that time whites Only move is to move this queen forward to D2 in order to protect his king because that’s the only move that they have and that’s essentially the trap there and So since that’s the only move white as you’ll then recapture there with D2 Bishop King only has the opportunity to take back the bishop there And so the king takes it and is in the middle of the board Obviously, and then once that’s completed on the bottom of the screen You’ll see that the king has the ability just to take back the bishop that was left there And that’s the position. You know the king is open here and there and So that’s the particular position. That’s the elephant trap. I hope you like this one. Let’s go ahead and move on to the next one Alright guys, so the second trap is going to be called the legal trap Again, it’s an old trap that was created And it’s pretty cool. So take a look here it’s going to start out with white and White kind of it be the King’s pawn move to e4 you’re going to see a response from black which is the King’s pawn again Black to E5 you’ll see the knight to F3 from white Then a response from Black pawn to D6 with the pawn. Which is the Philindor Defense? Then you’ll see Bishop move to C4 from white on the response you’ll see knight to C6 from Black and Then from white you’ll see the knight from C3 with their knight again to C3 and then Black will move to G4 and if you see this particular move from black I would highly suggest you attempt to Complete this trap or to set the trap now what you’ll want to do is a simple move with your pawn from Your going to move h 2 to h 3 with pawn what that’s essentially going to do is either either Force the Bishop to take the Knight which you’ll see quite often which you can then just recapture with your queen but if they choose not to do that, they’ll move backwards and you know pin, thinking that they’ll be pinning your knight to the queen and So this is where the trap is essentially being set so what you want to do is you want to kick that pawn. You want to move that particular pawn? There and the Bishop will then move back Once the bishop moves back? You’ll then want to move forward the Trap which is to take this pawn on E5 with your knight and what will happen is they’ll think that you have forgotten that your knight was pinned to the queen and They’ll go ahead and take your queen now. This is ideal for you, because they’re falling for your trap and Then what will happen is you’ll, uh, Instead of taking the Bishop down here. You’ll move your bishop to the F7 square checking the king and Once that’s completed then the games pretty much over the only position that they can move to is Is their king to e7 position so they’ll move their king into the e 7th position and then, Checkmate is here in one move so this particular This particular checkmate is only 8 moves if done correctly if your opponent blunders with the sacrifice of your queen so as soon as you move your knight to the D5 Square then that’s checkmate, so I really hope you like this So this is probably one of my favorite ones I’ve seen success on this one however sometimes It doesn’t work because you know you’ll run into a player that sees that the sacrifices and isn’t necessarily working for them and just Be sure to remember that this h 2 to h 3 pawn is extremely important whenever you’re attempting to Set the trap so anyway, so if you liked it and let’s go on to the next one alright guys So this is the final chest opening Really like this one It’s going to be the Kieninger trap Trap, Kieninger , George, Kieninger was a german chess player that had created this Trap in Vienna, and so one do it because again. It’s a black opening a love playing black so let’s get into it now, but before that please do me the favor of Subscribing to the channel or liking this video or giving your feedback because your feedback is extremely Important to us here at chess openers and we want to go on creating more and more videos for you So let’s go ahead and get into it the first move is going to be from white it’s going to be the queen’s pawn and it’s a simple white d4 a black responds with knight to f6 and so I like it because it’s just you know right off the bat it’s it’s a it’s an attack from Black, so White responds with the Indian game it’s a normal variation it is a pawn side Queen side pawn, pawn to C4 and so black responds with e5 pawn to e5 white takes the pawn pawn to E5 from white and then the Knight moves to G4 and prepares starts to prepare for this particular trap a white responds with ninth to F3 just an opening move for white and black responds with knight to C6 so continuing forward white he’s been going to respond and solidify the center of the board with Bishop to F4 and Then we see the response its bishop Bishop to B4 checking the king and this is where the trap begins to really take effect and As you can see we’re going to move on to the next move one of the first things White does is move his knight to d2 note, as an opener for him and just to take away from the threat of the bishop and then with the funny move here from Black is the solidification of the center defense with queen to E7 the move I really like Because you’re getting your queen involved and then what you’ll see is white attack the bishop. That’s left there with an attack on A3 from white and so the next move here is the is system move towards the trap which is just simply taking the middle pawn with knight to E5 and so what will happen here is the Individual you’re playing against won’t see the You know the following move which is the checkmate because they’re looking at the a3 pawn taking the Bishop here and So the move from the knight to the capture here is Essentially moving forward with the trap and you’ve successfully played it, if they do take the bishop So what you’ll see is the white player will take the bishop on B4 And once you’ve seen that you can simply move your knight over to the D3 square And you’ll see that you Checkmated your opponent because he’s unable to move anywhere as you can see he’s unable to capture your knight because you’ve successfully moved your queen to the E7 position which is covering the night When it comes to the capture it so I really like this one. It’s really nifty and It’s about eight moves to checkmate, so if you can successfully Set up this Trap then that’s awesome. So anyways. I hope you liked it if you stick around through the video I really appreciate you sticking around. It was kind of long. We’re going to be bringing you more videos Weekly, so we’re really excited about that And again if you have a moment go ahead and like this video and comment on what you think if you again have other chess traps that you do and So thanks again, and have a good rest of the day Alright guys lasted for you. It’s just this book that I have up here It’s by Bobby fisher my 16 memorable games its introduction to the games by International Grandmaster, Larry Evans So I highly recommend it definitely check it out when you can and make sure to drop a like and subscribe I’ll give any good rest today. Thanks again

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