Every Chess Opening in 5 Minutes

Bobby teaches how to play chess with basic chess opening principles. Subscribe to learn how to play chess.
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  1. i thought you was going to showcase a bunch of chess openings like italian, queen gambit, ruy lopez, v.v for both white and black lol
    this is much better though 😀

  2. 90% of games 900-1400 are just mirror matches with this exact same Italian setup. I started using gambits and traps purely because I was bored of these games and I shot up to 1800.

  3. Me waiting for every opening (it never happen)

  4. Me I just keep pressure and attacking my opponent but now I just castle and control I call it shield and sword

  5. I agree that understanding opening principles is much more important and useful than just memorising a lot of lines. I didn't learn any theory line till I have got to about 1600. People there start playing a lot of different gambits and usually you want to know what to play against it, especially in blitz or bullet. In rapid tho there's enough time to try to figure it out all by yourself without theory

  6. You have to know this, knights before bishops center control is key, don’t forget the rooks they’re a powerful piece and that’s the Bobby Bo opening

  7. Can you make a video on endgames pls mr jangles

  8. wait what you started playing 3 years ago I play like since I was 7 or 8 and you are higher rated?

  9. Alright but against bs like London you have to have something special prepared. Also what is the name of opening at 1:45? Ton of beginners play this slop and I still don't know what the name is.

  10. Hello bobby another nice vid say hello to mex 😀

  11. I have a question mr bobby bojanglles. Do you always castle on the short side because i feel like castling on the long side is so much better because it automatically puts a rook into play and although it often takes longer because you have to move more pieces I feel like its worth it, unless I have a week pawn structure on the long side I go long side castle every time

  12. Openings don't matter I'm still gonna strategically sacrifice everything in midgame

  13. In this age of computer chess, I think it would be better to just let the two players completely develop their pieces secretly with a barrier behind the board’s middle line, remove the barrier and just play from there…

  14. 5 minutes was promised. i lost 20 FULL EDUCATIONAL seconds of the video. disappointed.

  15. Can we see opening principles but from a defensive starting point

  16. This was unbelievably helpful to me, as I suffered with having to choose an opening and play accordingly to it by memorization was hard. But now I understand more and my games will improve, thanks Bo

  17. I love how in the showing the best way to open you just show the Italian game.

  18. what happened to your fortune content if you don’t mind me asking

  19. Title says "every chess opening in 5 minutes".. Video contains zero chess openings in less than 5 minutes.. But still instructive!

  20. This Dude was the best Fortnite Youtuber and now he is the best Chess Yotuber

  21. Your opening strategy is so advanced that the enemy pieces could not even move from the shock and awe.

  22. this video is actually amazing, i used to always resign or abort the game when i was against an opening that was too foreign to me, but using these tricks i gained 300 elo

  23. these are opening principles… the title is misleading

  24. I'm determined to surpass the maximum cpu that has 3200 elo. I'm roughly at 1600 elo right now. I've been taking notes on my matches with it and I can maintain an average of taking out 2 – 3 pawns and 3 – 4 power pieces and lasting 26 turns before it destroys me.

    I start by moving my pawns on B2 and G2 out of the way to move my bishops to take out their bishops. Afterwards, I try to force it into sacrificial situations which sometimes works while it forces me into hostage situations which usually works. My tactics are limited and clearly not the best but it's all I can think of.

    I need help and you provided excellent advice. Thank you.

  25. Personally as an early game threat I like to put bishop staring at D7 pawn and line up queen far away.

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