Hello guys! Today I will show you trick with help of which you can capture your opponent’s queen in the opening moves itself and it will surely surprise your opponent and will be forced to resign the game. So let’s get started! (Thunder Sound) This trick is also known as Tennison Gambit and you will play it with white pieces. You will play it when, after your E4 move your opponent reply with D5 This opening is also popularly known as Scandinavian Defense As you can see our pawn is being attacked But we will not defend it Instead we will develop our knight As black is getting a free pawn, he will grab it our pawn and we will attack his pawn by playing our knight to G5 And to defend the pawn black has a few options One option can be to defend it with F5 But the problem is this will open the king side and our queen may attack his king in future. That’s why in most number of cases instaed of F5 He will defend the pawn with his knight Then in next move you will play D3 You must be wondering, why are we giving away our pawns like that? But this is a part of our trap. When he will capture our pawn You have to recapture with your Bishop Here Black will see that your Knight is in an attacking position, Hence, he will try to kick it off with H6. But in the next move itself You are going to surprise your opponent Big Time! And you are going to capture his F7 pawn. With this move, you are attacking his queen As well as his Rook. Black is left with no choice, but to capture it! With that move black has fallen for our gambit! Can you guess the winning move here? In this position winning move is Moving the Bishop to G6! (Check) and with that move, black king is in check But also you are giving a discover attack to his queen! And the real shock will come when black sees that, He can’t protect his queen with king as bishop is attacking the diagonal! Hence there is no option but to capture the Bishop. Then we will simply capture his queen. After which black will be forced to resign! And even if he does not resign, we have got sufficient advantage to win the game easily! So this was Tennison gambit! If you liked this chess trick, Then hit that like button, And for more such tricks, Subscribe the channel. See you in the next video!