How to Play Chess : Queen’s Pawn Opening Move in Chess

How to Play Chess : Queen’s Pawn Opening Move in Chess


Hi! This is Ken and I am here to talk to you
about playing Chess. In the previous episode, I talked about the King’s Pawn opening. There
are many openings in Chess. The next opening that is unimportant is most popular is also
the Queen’s Pawn opening which we could see right here. Just like in the King’s Pawn opening,
the Queen’s Pawn will go 2 spaces out. Once again, the Pawn can move either 1 or 2 spaces
and the Queen’s Pawn opening moves 2 spaces. The corresponding move from the black is also
2 spaces. In the next opening, you can then attack this as we did in the previous, by
moving out the Knight. Remember the Knight moves 1, 2, and over; actually it is protecting
this. So you can bring this Knight out or more likely you will bring this Knight out
or more likely you will bring this Knight out 1, 2 and over. This is now attacking this
Pawn. The blacks position now is to protect the Pawn. You could move the Pawn up to protect
it or it can move out a Knight 1, 2 and over which now protects the Pawn in the front.
This is basically the opening and of course, you can bring out the Bishops as you did in
the other one with the Bishop here or the corresponding Bishop coming out on this point
here. King’s Pawn opening and Queen’s Pawn opening; the two most positive and popular
of the different openings for Chess and as we will see in the next segment, this is just
variations of the kinds of things that can be done.

20 thoughts on “How to Play Chess : Queen’s Pawn Opening Move in Chess

  1. The pawn is already protected by the queen! The move is to play c4(queens bishop pawn to squares) to go into the queens gambit. You know about the kings gambit, well queens gambit is similar but probably better.

  2. i dont want 2 pile on but 1] get rid of the red & black board 2] the angle unless you know the opening you are hard pressed to see what you are doing..

  3. Thank you for your generous help! However, expertvllage did not do well planning the lesson, the board angle isn't how most people appreciate! But great video anyways!!!

  4. Very helpful. Thanks. My one criticism, however, is that the camera angle makes it difficult to see what's happening on the board.

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