Chess Openings: Learn to Play the Reti Opening / Zukertort Opening!
Many players focus on the chess opening theory that follows d4 and e4. And, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this! There are a ton of great chess openings in both of those lines but today we focus on the world of chess opening theory behind 1. Nf3! This move has two names, those being the Reti Opening and Zukertort Opening. Today we look to cover the overall chess opening theory and chess opening strategy of many lines and variations. Chess openings covered in this video include the Old Indian Defense, Symmetrical Variation of English Opening, Reti Gambit, Larsen’s Opening, Quiet System, King’s Indian Attack, Sicilian Invitation, Sicilian Defense, Ross Gambit, Herrstrom Gambit, Black Mustang Defense, Tennison Gambit, Reversed Mexican Defense, and Queen’s Pawn Opening. We have never seen so many chess openings in a Chess Giant video before, but this shows just how much potential 1. Nf3 has! This video looks to throw all of these openings out on the table, many of which we have already covered, and many of which we will continue to. The Reti Opening / Zukertort Opening is good for chess beginners as it prioritizes good chess opening strategy and gives us a ton of flexibility in how we want to approach the rest of the game. We hope you enjoy learning how to play the Reti Opening / Zukertort Opening!
1:20 Responding Against 2. …Nf6
2:38 Responding Against the Sicilian Invitation
4:00 Responding Against the Black Mustang Defense
6:31 Responding Against 2. …d5
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