Chess Opening Tricks to WIN FAST: Center Game Queen Traps, Gambit, Moves, Tactics, Strategy & Ideas

Here are some Deadly Chess Opening Tricks & Traps to Win Fast and capture the queen in the Center Game variation. As you know, openings are the most exciting phase in the game of chess. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win more games. I will show you 4 tricks for both white & black to trap the queen & checkmate early to win the game. These are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & mate him in the first few moves. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. Danish gambit is also a good line out of this variation, let me know if you want to see a video on that. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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455 Comments

  1. in 1:01 why black queen moved to E7 ? Is that best variation for black?

  2. Bishop takes on b5 then pawn takes on b5 then knight to c7 rook takes knight on c7 then queen to d8 checkmate

  3. Bf5 (black porn g6)
    Nc7 (R*Nc7)
    Rd8#

    Thank you for this video…

  4. Bishop to B5 check ,king has nowhere to run is taking the bishop is forced then knight to c7 check,again king can't run away so rook takes the knight,then rook to d8 is mate.

  5. Please do a video about the Stafford gambit

  6. Bishop b5 knight c7 rook d8 that's check mate

  7. Rook + knight is 8pts and a queen is 9pts right? So in a sense you only win a pawn?

  8. b*B5 then p*B5 knight c7 + r *c7 , r D-8 #

  9. B d3 to b5
    P A6 to bxb5 or B b7 to C6
    N e6 to C7 chack
    R c8 to Nxc7 only one वैलिड move
    R d1 to d8 and chackmate 😮😮

  10. Bxb5+,if axb5 then Nc7+,Rxc7 forced then Rd8#
    After Bxb5 if Bc6 then Nc+,Rxc7 again forced then Rd8#

  11. 1, Bd3-b5 check, Pa6-b5 to eat bishop

    2, Knight e6-c7 check, Rc8-c7 to eat Knight

    3, Rd1-d8 check mate

  12. Bishop b5 sacrifice for a check
    Horse to c7 sacrifice check
    And then Rook to d8 checkmate

  13. Bxb5, Axb5, NC7, RXC7, Rd8#….🎉😂❤❤

  14. You have the most amazing(and helpful) video clips. You obviously have an absolutely amazing brain – thanks for sharing it with all of us.

  15. Puzzle answer is Bxb5+
    Followed by axb5
    , Then we sacrifice the knight by giving Nc7+
    Taking with the rook is the only legal move. So, Rxc7, then, we play the final lail in the coffin which is Rd8# which is a brutal checkmate by the rook and the bishop. And the king is gone

  16. I love the ways you teach
    Most of the time I watch your videos
    And I am new to this channel
    Ritanya Bhattacharjya

  17. 1BxPb5Check PxB 2Nc7Check RxN 3RD8checkmate

  18. I really like the last trap for white and seems like it should be common in center games but does black play Ne7 in that trap since it seems unusual to do that and castle kingside.

  19. The answer for your puzzle is 1. Rooke d1 to b1
    2. Rooke b1 to b5
    3.Bishop d3 to d5

  20. I need to learn chess tricks because I keep loosing chess match’s.

  21. Puzzle answer: Bxb5+ axb5 Nc7+ Rxc7 Rd8#

  22. Bishop to b5, pawn captures bishop then knight to c7, rook captures knight and then our rook to d8, which is a "Beautiful Checkmate"

  23. Knoght c7 take with rook and bishop b5 take with paun then he's gone rook to checkmate d8

  24. Genius video,offensive chess,i like this!!Thank you!

  25. WHITE: Bishop d3 to b5 check
    BLACK: pawn a6 to b5 hit bishop
    WHITE: Knight e6 to b7 check
    BLACK: Rook b8 to b7 hit knight
    WHITE: Rook d1 to d8 Checkmate

  26. Can you teach classes personaly and where if you are going to teach

  27. Answer:- 1) Nc7+ check then Rxc7. 2) Bxb5+ check then Pxb5 3) Rd8# check mate
    If you like my answer then plz give ❤ in this comment ok.

  28. White -Nc7+, black -RXN, white -Bxb5, black -axb5, white -Rd8## checkmate

  29. Bb7check-Pb7
    Nc7check-Rc7
    Rd8checkmate

  30. Bxb5+,axb5,Nc7+,Rxc7 forced and Re8# Opera mate

  31. What if in last tecnic the pawn which takes the queen, instead of that pawn another pawn takes the queen then?

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