BEST Chess Opening for White (2023) | Crush Your Opponents!

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🔹 Aggressive Chess Opening Gambit for White After 1.e4 [TRAPS Included] –

In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you the best chess opening for White that you can use in 2023 to crush your opponents. It’s a relatively new opening variation unknown by your opponents. Therefore, you’ve got a great chance of winning lots and lots of games easily!

It is the Goring Gambit from the Scotch Game which happens after the following moves: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.c3, which is an improved version of the Danish Gambit.

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00:00 Best Chess Opening for White, Win More Games in 2023
00:27 Drawback of the Danish Gambit
01:34 Scotch Game: Goring Gambit, Double Pawn Sacrifice
02:58 Surprising move discomforts Black’s position
04:30 Brilliant combination wins the game for White
05:07 If Black plays Nxd5 instead of Nxe4
07:13 If Black avoids cxb2
09:03 Achieve your chess goals in 2023

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168 Comments

  1. 5:35 what if black goes knight a5 threatening to take the bishop?

  2. What do I do if black plays Qf6 after you block block with Nc3?

  3. I'm a 1550 at 14, trying to branch out my openings. Watched a few videos of yours, and dang. I'm definitely subscribing man! I'm competing for a leadership position in my school chess team, and you're helping!! Appreciate this content

  4. What if at 4:41 instead of taking knight they just move the king out of the way?

  5. Just fun…This is not correct…Black is many times save game

  6. i wish you would put recommended chess ratings on your videos. I am only 1200 but no one falls for this in blitz

  7. Hi Igor, can you play an iteration where black knight instead of moving back moves to A5 and puts pressure on the bishop?

  8. I have a question. After exd5, what if black plays Na5?

  9. what If they don't take the pawn then they move kf6?

  10. Winning like Tal. Shows how his name is embosed in the history of chess

  11. Bro the first game I play after this video doesn't go anything like this
    Thanks

  12. at 5:33 – why would the night have to go back? I would intuitively move the night to a5 attacking White's bishop … or why is this a bad idea?

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