Simple & Powerful Opening for White – London System | Best Chess Moves, Strategy, Tricks & Ideas

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London System – Here’s a simple & powerful opening strategy for white, which can help you beat your opponents & win more chess games. These chess opening plans, moves, tactics, tricks and ideas, will help you advance to a really solid middlegame. We’ll look at the London system and all the best moves in different variations – Basic London, Jobava London, when to transpose into e5 openings, when to transpose into the Queen’s gambit etc. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Chapters:
0:00 Chess Openings – Introduction
0:11 What is the London system?
0:37 How to play the London system as White?
2:12 Ideal London setup for white
4:32 About Babbel
5:48 Main ideas in the London
6:47 London against early c5 line
8:38 London against Bishop f5 (Copycat line)
9:12 London against Knight c6
9:52 London against King’s Indian
11:31 Chess Puzzle

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  1. Your videos are awesome , i wish i could get all these in any book format

  2. One of the best chess tutorials videos ive watched! Keep up the good work!

  3. Sr am Ratheesh… from kerala..before Ne5 Black one move pending…

  4. Black banner of the text covers the video. Basically 2 rows of chess board.

  5. Pawn to d5 to bring the queen to g4 on next move to attack the queen?

  6. Really nice insights. Thanks a lot sir…

  7. Rook should first take knight . Then he have to took it with queen . Then we should move our second rook to check him again . Now as he move his king we can take the second rook also and we will hence have a material advantage

  8. This is super😂🎉🎉🎉

  9. What if black moves knight (left) to threaten pawn?

  10. How to play London opening against E5 black opening move

  11. I mostly discovered some tricks without watching in YouTube but this includes in mine

  12. Rxe7 Qxe7 Rxg8 what ever black plays after queen exhcange black loses his rook.

  13. Anyone what to do about various attacks by black on e4?
    That's get really weak square for white…… I'm not that good at chess tho

  14. rook takes knight and check… then rook takes rook check is the best move… un know the rest

  15. "Pyramid Opening" -White King From Top Chess

  16. It worked for me 😂✊🏾😂 perfect
    I got his(computer) sweetie and won

  17. Best for white is
    Rook – E7, giving check to king
    Then, the queen takes
    Then; other rook gives check by taking rook of black team
    at ( G8)
    Then using your rook and queen you can do checkmate

  18. He just called me lazy and i still clicked on this video

  19. Your balck colour subtitle hide some part of chess and it's very annoying to see

  20. at 8:27 in this video, couldn't you play queen c1 to sort out the weakness on b2?

  21. I think the best way to continue for white is rook g8 and if knight takes you capture by your rook make threat on his king as well as his rook and after that your queen is also there

  22. I think that white should play R x Ne7 which checks and also threads the queen but if the queen takes it then we will just capture black's rook with our Rg1 rook because if black's Rg8 rook capture our Rg1 then it's a clear checkmate

  23. what if the opponent makes some boaring moves and castle on the queen side?

  24. will aggressive moves and threats work on that time? as white…

  25. how to win whit the computer level 8🎖🏆🏅

  26. From my point of view Pawn to d5 is a correct move

  27. After the first 4 moves, this becomes as complicated as any other opening that I’ve seen

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