Siberian Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast & PUZZLE |Best Checkmate Moves,Game Strategy & Ideas

Siberian Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast & PUZZLE |Best Checkmate Moves,Game Strategy & Ideas


In today’s chess video, I am going to show
you an amazing chess opening trick, called the Siberian Trap. And 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. If this is your first time on this channel
and you want to learn some cool chess tricks and become a better chess player, then start now by subscribing and clicking the bell so you don’t miss any of my videos. Okay, white starts with the king’s pawn opening – pawn to e4. We respond with c5, the Sicilian defense. White plays d4, inviting us to take this pawn. We will go ahead & accept this offer. And now after we take this pawn, white plays c3 – the Smith Morra Gambit. We take this pawn as well & then, white re-captures with his knight. The main reason why white plays this opening is to open up the game & get a lead in development by sacrificing a pawn. Now from here, we also need to focus on developing our pieces, so we bring out our queen-side knight to c6. White also develops his knight by moving it to f3. Now we play e6 to guard against the knight moving to d5 & also, opening up this diagonal for our bishop. Then comes bishop to c4, a very natural development move. White is preparing to castle on the king’s
side. Now its our turn & we will play this strange looking move – queen to c7. We have got White thinking here. He is trying to understand the idea behind
this move. One thing he can clearly see is that we are
soon planniing to launch a discovered attack on this unprotected bishop. So to stop this, he plays queen to e2, defending the bishop. Now, we develop our other knight by moving it to f6. And after this, white plays this very natural looking move of castling. This might seem a very obvious move, but it is actually going to be a disaster for white. Let me show you how. And By the way, this setup for white, especially for someone who plays the Smith-Morra gambit, is very typical. The knights are developed clasically, the
bishop’s on c4, the queen moving out to e2 to vacate the d1 square for the rook. So basically, this is what white was aiming for. Now, its time to setup our trap. We attack with our knight by moving it to
g4. From here, there might be a temptation for white to just get rid of this knight right away, by playing pawn to h3. If he plays this move, then he is gone. This is how the Siberian trap works. First, we play Knight to d4, double attacking the queen & this knight. From here, white is losing in all variations. If he takes this knight, then queen to h2
is simply check & mate. And if he decides not to take the knight, then he has to move his queen because it is being attacked. And after the queen moves, like this, we can simply take this knight & give check. And now, no matter what move white plays, queen to h2 will be a beautiful checkmate. Now lets go back & see some other common variations. So basically, in this postion, if white plays
pawn to h3, then he will lose either his king or queen. Now what if he does not play h3. What if he plays knight to b5, attacking this queen & at the same time, defending against the Siberian trap, knight d4. Well then, you can simply move your queen back to b8, still maintaining pressure along this open diagonal. And now, if white decides to play h3, then
still, you need not move your knight. Instead, you can go for another trap by playing pawn to h5. If pawn takes knight, then pawn recaptures. And if the knight moves away like this. then once again, queen to h2 is a beautiful checkmate. This is the fishing pole trap. I have made a separate video on the fishing pole trap, you can check it out by tapping on the ‘i’ button above. One more thing to
remember in this variation, is that this knight on b5 is still unstable. At any time, you can kick off this knight
by playing pawn to a6. And once the knight moves away, the Siberian trap can be reactivated by knight d4. So going back again. In this position, some of you might think that white can save himself by playing pawn to g3. But you need to understand that white will
be compromising on his king’s safety by playing such a move. At any point, you can easily attack the king by bringing your pieces on these unprotected squares. So although, there are no major traps here, but positionally, black is still at a huge advantage. So all in all, this is a cool opening trick, which is definitely worth trying out in your games. Okay, so It’s puzzle time. But before moving onto today’s chess puzzle, I request you to show your support and Like this video. We are targeting 2000 likes on this video,
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to find the Best Move continuation for White. If you are able to find the solution to this
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92 thoughts on “Siberian Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast & PUZZLE |Best Checkmate Moves,Game Strategy & Ideas

  1. Re7 game over .
    If rook takes rook . White can grab black queen and then it will be easy win
    2. If queen takes qxf3 . Then first rook takes rook on e8 check . This is intermediate move . Then after kh7 . Gxf3 . White will be piece up with a completely winning end game
    3 . Queen to a8 . Then white can take weak f7 pawn check with mate on next move .
    4 .all other variations leads to giving up queen for white rook . White has pawn majority on queen side
    Rook against white queen with such pawn structure will definitely suit white

  2. Re7 game over .
    If rook takes rook . White can grab black queen and then it will be easy win
    2. If queen takes qxf3 . Then first rook takes rook on e8 check . This is intermediate move . Then after kh7 . Gxf3 . White will be piece up with a completely winning end game

  3. White rook comes on e7 square. If black queen takes our queen then we can first take the black rook and then take the black queen. Then we are up by a rook. If black takes our rook first then we can take the queen which will be very good. And if black does anything else then we can take the f7 pawn with our queen which will put the black king in check. Now wherever the king goes we can then simply take theg7 pawn with our queen. Checkmate.

  4. Pourn to d5 than queen to e3 than give the check by Hook to e8 than queen to e4 is a beautiful check maid

  5. Best move is to move rook to d8
    King will move to a7 and u can give a beautiful cheakmate by queen moving it to c5

  6. भाई ओपेनिंग से लग रहा था कि व्हाईट को हराने की चाल चल रहे हो….

  7. What if white overlooks that castling is not the best move for it will result in check-mate then there's no point of this trap

  8. Re7 game over .

    If rook takes rook . White can grab black queen and then it will be easy win

    2. If queen takes qxf3 . Then first rook takes rook on e8 check . This is intermediate move . Then after kh7 . Gxf3 . White will be piece up with a completely winning end game

  9. hi jitedra advani,i started watching your videos from today. and the way you teach that is very good . 👍keep it up 👍

  10. it is rook to e7
    if black queen takes white queen then the white rook takes black rook to checkmate
    if rook of black takes white rook then black queen is gone

  11. 1.Re7 if rook takes on e7 Qxd6(Queen is being captured)
    Or if Qxf3 Rxe8+ and kh7(forced)
    Thrn aftrr gxf3 whit is winning.

  12. White porn move to d5
    Then black move back quine for save quine

    Capture rook check meet
    Then black king moving to h7

    the White quine move to f5 chekmeet

    Only way for black he moves porn to g6

    Then time to Finish

    White capture the porn in the f7

  13. I like your channel because daily we learn a new trap or some cool chess tricks and also thanks for your support of the new update you bought about the membership also the merchandise and the designs we can also make in the membership….

  14. we shall first take rook to e8 then it is a check and the black must needed to move his queen to h7 and then we can easily take his Queen with our queen to c6 and now we can easily checkmate the black with our queen and rook . Bro your tips are cool keep it up 😚😙

  15. move queen to 5f black queen go 5f peon eat black queen tawer eat white tower queen eat black tower black queen eat peon queen go 8e and king go to 7h peon go to 5h king go to 6g peon eat black king

  16. there are so many chess trick in youtube, but I love all of your tricks cause you explain it clearly, I like the way you explain it…

  17. q to f5 then r to e8 chechmate if queen captures on e8 ,queen will capture on e8 check k goes to 87………..

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