Every Move is a TRAP in this Opening After 1.e4 | Danish Gambit

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

In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with a powerful and aggressive chess opening for White after 1.e4. It is the Danish Gambit which happens after the following moves: 1.e4 e5 2.d4 exd4 3.c3.

It is a super-aggressive opening where White plays several god-level moves in a row. Almost all the most common moves played by Black lead to deadly traps that gives a huge advantage for White or wins the game straightaway.

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► Chapters

00:00 Powerful Chess Opening for White After 1.e4
00:23 Danish Gambit Chess Opening
01:03 Trap-1: If Black plays 5…Nf6
02:25 Trap-2: 5…Bb4+ mainline
03:55 God-level moves, every move
06:35 e2-pawn promotes on b8!
07:15 Computer suggests a CRAZY line
08:39 Trap-3: 5…d6 to stop e5
09:27 Puzzle of the day
10:40 Trap-4: If Black plays 5…Qg5
12:11 Trap-5: 5…Nc6 (for advanced players)
15:01 Trap-6: 5…d5 (for advanced players)
16:52 Can Black avoid the Danish Gambit?

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185 Comments

  1. Doesn’t this line fail for white if black doesn’t capture the bishop at f7 but rather plays kf8?

  2. As a mere intermediate, I found every move

  3. I've tried some of your moves and they never work?

  4. At 15:56 why doesn't it still work to sacrifice the bishop on f7 forcing the king to move away from the queen and then capturing the queen?

  5. you are actually something bro love your videos trust me keep it up you'll be on top

  6. Just started playing and even new players NEVER do the opening moves you showed. Like 1-10. They never take the bait…because that leaves your queen open to take their pawn.

  7. On move 5.Bxb2, d5 6.Bxd5, Nf6 isnt whites best move still 7.Bxf7+? Followed by KxB, 8.QxQ, Bb4+! 9.Qd2, BxQ 10.NxB, Rd8. 11.Rc1, Na6 and white can develope its last N to e2 or f3. And now the engine says its dead equal to slight edge for white. Although white has a passed pawn in the center and black has a Q side pawn Majority I think it should draw now if the pieces come off? My question is this too pasive? And should whitevplay for more? I mean white sac pawns to just draw with white.

  8. "You're up a rook and a knight and you win this game easily"

    Obviously you have overestimated… underestimated? Obviously you don't realize how good my throw away abilities are.

  9. ok but…
    e4 e5, d4 exd4, c3 and now d5 instead take the pawn and can continue with exd5 Nf6 there is no more problem with e5, Bc4 Nxd5, Bxd5 Qxd5.

    Move 11 instead Nxd2 is better Nxd6

  10. Please make some principle, tactics, traps based video for endgame

  11. 7:49 can't black fork queen and bishop instead, quickly turning game upside down?

  12. After e5. my opponent played Qe7 and I was clueless.

  13. This hasn't worked ONCE for me yet.. Easiest way around it is c5

  14. When i play against danish gambit as black, i take 2 pawns, but i never ever take on b2, it gives all the fun to white and you as black have to survive.

  15. @6:22 black could play Knight to C4, thereby threatening the queen and bishop

  16. Qd4.If bxg4,qxf7 is checkmate.If they defend,Qxb7.

  17. Hi Igor. I enjoy your vidieos (thanks). I have a question: in the Danish Gambit, if Black Bishop to e4 (5th move), White Knight to d4, Black Knight to f6 and White Pawn to e5, if Black Pawn to d5, White appears to be in a very bad situation. Thoughts?

  18. GOD IS EVERYTHING AND NOTHING OR NOBODY CAN BE ON HIS LEVEL

  19. God level move after God level move after God level move!

  20. ► Chapters

    00:00 Powerful Chess Opening for White After 1.e4

    00:23 Danish Gambit Chess Opening

    01:03 Trap-1: If Black plays 5…Nf6

    02:25 Trap-2: 5…Bb4+ mainline

    03:55 God-level moves, every move

    06:35 e2-pawn promotes on b8!

    07:15 Computer suggests a CRAZY line

    08:39 Trap-3: 5…d6 to stop e5

    09:27 Puzzle of the day

    10:40 Trap-4: If Black plays 5…Qg5

    12:11 Trap-5: 5…Nc6 (for advanced players)

    15:01 Trap-6: 5…d5 (for advanced players)

    16:52 Can Black avoid the Danish Gambit?

  21. Yeah pretty sure id quit chess if I got rekt like this 😂😂

  22. What i recomment you as black E4 white move fast e5 D4 e takes D4 c3 then don't take the the best move is D5

  23. “Refutation”: e4 e5 d4 exd4 c3 dxc3 Bc4 cxb2 Bxb2 Nf3 e5 Bb4+ Nd2 d5.
    Bc3 is better than Nd2, but black can still just trade on c3 and play d5.

  24. 9:36 I think the right move is Qd5, as it threatens checkmate on f7, they can try to defend either with 1) the queen or 2)the light square bishop,in both cases you can go Qb2 threatening the rook, and in case 1 you take it, or the second case you can grab their defending bishop or continue in some other way, but damage to their structure has been done

  25. Love the Danish Gambit! SO many traps, hard to beat. Most losses happen bc I blunder….a lot. lol

  26. Huge fan of this channel and this is the coolest opening idea I’ve seen yet

  27. It’s amazing and all, but I am willing to bet if I tried this. It would never ever go down the way as shown here 😂😂😂😂

  28. Bxf7+, Kxf7, Ne5+ and iBlack can't take it with his d6 pawn because then you win his Queen (Qxd8). So after Ke8, Nxg4.

  29. How did you find these absolute-level moves in these positions of this gambit opening? Which engine did you use to find them? I wonder, does an engine really suggest such crazy lines in its first top 3 choices?

  30. This is VERY close to the opening that I usually play myself (except that after e4 e5, I play Nf3, to which the opponent mostly responds with Nc6 or d6, and follow that with d4 and the rest; so technically, it is the Scotch game).

    As for the puzzle (this is one that I often face), I play Qb3, forking their b and f pawns, and it also gives me the option to defend my knight without ruining my pawn structure. Here, taking their b pawn is usually the most fun, because I sometimes end up getting the knight and the rook for free.

  31. 1:33 the best move for black is d5 actually counter attacking the bishop

  32. When I'm faced with this gambit I never take the 3rd pawn, it's too dangerous.

  33. Abba would be proud of this “dancing queen”.

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