Stafford Gambit: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast: Secret Checkmate Moves, Strategy, Traps & Ideas

Stafford Gambit: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast: Secret Checkmate Moves, Strategy, Traps & Ideas

In today’s chess video, I am going to show
you an amazing chess opening trick, which will help you win more games. So stay tuned till the end and keep watching
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YOU to tell me what is the best thing you like about this channel. Do let me know in the comments below. Okay, so the trick I am going to show you
is called the Stafford gambit. White starts with the king’s pawn opening,
pawn to e4. Black plays pawn to e5. Very common moves. Then knight to f3 and knight f6. We have the Russian game on the board. From here, white plays this very natural move
capturing the unprotected e5 pawn. Now, instead of taking this pawn with our
knight, we are going to setup our trap. We will play knight to c6, inviting white
to exchange knights. If you analyse, this is actually a very good
deal for White. He is already a pawn up and now by exchanging
knights, he can damage your pawn structure. So he goes for it. Knight captures knight and then we capture
this knight with our d pawn. Now if you see, White’s central pawn is being
attacked by our knight, so he will try to protect it and maintain the advantage. In this situation, you will generally see
2 responses from white. He can either play pawn to d3 to support this
pawn or he can move his pawn forward to attack your Knight.First, let’s look at what happens
if he plays pawn to d3. If he does this, then you should bring out
your bishop to c5. You are setting up your attack on this weak
king side pawn. A very natural move from white would be bishop
to g5, pinning this knight. But you need not worry. It’s time to surprise your opponent. Just go ahead and capture the e4 pawn with
your knight.Now, if white captures your queen, which he most probably will, then you will
play bishop to f2 check. The white king has only one square to go so
he will have to play king to e2 and finally, we play bishop to G4 and its a beautiful checkmate. Let’s go back a little. Now from here, if white decides not to capture
the queen, but instead, he captures your knight, like this, then you will play this stunning
move bishop to f2 check. He cannot take the bishop with his king because
if he does, then his queen is gone, just like this. So he will have to play king to e2 to support
his queen. But then, we will bring out our other bishop
and give check. And finally, when the king moves away, we
can snap up his queen. Let’s go back again. In this position, another common move you
can see from white would be bishop to e3. The idea is to block your bishop from attacking
on the king side. But when you exchange bishops like this, it
opens up another diagonal for your queen to attack. So after this, we play queen to h4 check. King to e2 can’t be played because queen f2
is checkmate. So white has to block with his pawn, like
this. Now we can safely capture this pawn with our
knight. If this pawn captures our knight, then we
can take this rook with our queen and we are at a solid advantage. If pawn does not take the Knight, then he
will have to play rook to g1 because it is being attacked by the knight. We can then have a discovered check by playing
knight to e4. Again, he can’t move king to e2 because then
queen f2 would be checkmate. So he is forced to block the check with his
rook. The best move in this case would be queen
takes pawn on h2. White has to save his rook and also block
the checkmate threat so he will have to play rook to g2. Then queen e4 check and king e2. Now our bishop jumps into action with a check. Rook has to capture the bishop, but then queen
f2 is checkmate and its game over.Now let’s go back and look at the second variation I
was talking about earlier. Let’s see what happens if white moves his
pawn forward and attacks our knight. Well then, we will have to save our knight. So we will play knight to e4. White is obviously feeling a little uncomfortable
with this knight in the center so he will continue attacking it by playing pawn to d3. But to his surprise, we are not going to save
our knight, but instead we will bring out our bishop to c5. If your opponent tries to be greedy and takes
your knight, then he is gone. Let me show you how. So pawn captures knight. Then we play bishop to f2, check. Again, king can’t take the bishop because
his queen is hanging. So he will again have to play king to e2. Then again, we play bishop to G4 check and
after the king moves, we can grab the queen and win the game easily. Let me know in the comments if you have any
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100 thoughts on “Stafford Gambit: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast: Secret Checkmate Moves, Strategy, Traps & Ideas

  1. There is a magic in your voice ..Jitendra sir #thank you #your explanation is very good ..A small also easily understands this tricks

  2. Sir, if he saves his pawn by moving knight at c3, then what will the variation ? You may add this variation. I want to know.

  3. U r amazing sir..
    Hav a good voice and clear explanation on ur tricks.. Which is also convincable..
    Thanks 4 ur tips/tricks..

    I suggest u to start a channel on telegram with unacademy app..
    Thus we can follow u from the beginning.. Just like a chess tutorial…

    Hope u read this.. And be acceptable 4 u..

  4. The opponent will be play petroff opening what we can does please .Invited petroff opening video Thank you jeeander sir.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  5. Dear Jeetendra Sir,

    At 1:44, what if white plays Nc3 or Bd3, both of which are more natural moves and will be played more often by players as a piece is also being developed?

  6. There ARE not is, but are some things I like about this Channel:
    Your Voice
    Tennison Gambit
    Halosar Trap
    Poison Pawn

  7. And it's a beautiful Checkmate. Thank you very much master…..

  8. Hi Jitendra your channel is too good because u explain chess traps in a slow clear & systematic manner. without many twists & turn.

  9. hey jitendra advani i love your chennel chess talk and you teach chess very good i like your videos i watch your videos everyday. you improved my chess keep it up πŸ‘πŸ‘

  10. Some tricks on sacrificing the queen could help or start a series on greatest queen sacrifices in chess history

  11. And now I keep hearing jeetendra Advani's voice in my head everytime I play against someone, saying "If the white plays like this, then his gone, let me show you how. And it's a beautiful check mate" πŸ€—πŸ˜Š I hope that I'm not the only one

  12. I like this guy. I recommend subscribing. Absolutely beautiful and brilliant chess video! I love it.

    What I like about these chess videos are that he explains each move scenarios carefully and with practical move placement. Wonderful! Thank you.

  13. Your insight is very valuable although various opening moves render this as just a risky form of attrition sacrificing future defenseive positions.

  14. Sir you are very good at chess and you tell me about every variation. My Question for this video is that if he defends the pawn with his knight?

  15. I liked this channel because ..the video nd audio quality is good ..the plus point of this channel I think is the trick are explained in a very short duration (5min videos ).so it's easy for me to watch it soon and go for particing it I love this channel my honest answer ..keep doing .

  16. Hey bro I have a question, what if the white defends the e4 pawn with a knight b1 to c3, is there any traps?

  17. Bro… if not keep White bishop c1 to g5 and other white bishop f1 to e2 they keep… Then what we can do…

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