Chess Openings: Learn to Play the Snail Variation!
We have covered many animal chess openings on the channel including the Fried Fox Defense, Elephant Gambit, Bird’s Opening, Lemming Defense, Hippopotamus Defense, and Crab Opening. Today we continue by taking a look at the Snail Variation, which is a chess opening for black against d4. It actually starts out with the Old Benoni Defense, but soon takes an unexpected turn. Just like any animal chess opening, it can’t look normal! In this video we cover the chess opening theory, chess opening strategy, and chess opening principles of the Snail Variation. This is a fun chess opening that can give you some good chess games, while reaching opening lines and variations that your opponent will have never seen before. We hope you enjoy this beginner’s chess lesson on the Snail Variation!
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