6 Proven Tips to PUNISH Early Queen Attacks | Chess Opening Strategies, Traps, Tactics & Ideas

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In this video, we’ll learn 6 practical tips & a simple step-by-step method to punish early queen attacks in chess. We’ll look at some common opening tricks & traps like the Scholar’s mate, wayward queen attack etc. These strategies & concepts will be pretty useful for beginners & even experienced chess players to outsmart their opponents. We’ll cover ideas for both white and black openings. Throughout the lesson, we’ll explore practical games and examples on how to respond with smart moves that neutralize your opponent’s aggressive tactics. We also have some interesting puzzles & problems in between, let’s see if you can solve those!

Video Chapters:
0:00 Punish Early Queen Attacks
0:22 Tip #1: Common Traps
0:55 Tip #2: Attack with Tempo
1:46 Tip #3: Don’t get intimidated
2:31 Tip #4: Evaluate queen threats
3:21 Tip #5: Counter-attack in the center
4:04 Find Mate in 2
4:19 Tip #6: Sacrifice pawns to gain activity
5:04 About BetterHelp
6:09 Practical Examples – Game Scenario
8:12 Chess Puzzle – Can You Solve it?

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285 Comments

  1. Love your videos sir 😍😍😍πŸ₯°πŸ˜

  2. I knew how to counter it, I wanted to know how to punish it

  3. Sir please upload such a beautiful and useful content like this regularly, so like me the chess players have to learn a lot from it ❀️❀️

  4. Thank you so much Jeetendra Advani sirπŸ™

  5. Please make a video on chess visualisation

  6. The mate in 2 starts with Nf3+ then the king is forced to move in f1 then Bh3# is a beautiful checkmate.

  7. woah, chess talk is back. Love you sir. beacuse of you i have improved my rating. thanks sire.

  8. Thank you so much for your guidance sir. Really it helps a lot….

  9. 8:18
    B-Nd4+
    W-Kxf2
    B-Qh4+
    W-Kxe3
    B-Qf4#
    A beautiful checkmate!😍
    Love you sir!

  10. 8:23 puzzle – Nd4+ , KXBf2 Qf6+ , KXNe3 Qf4#

    Please pin

  11. 8:17 mate in 3 starts with Nd4, king only move is take bishop on f2, we give queen check on h4, king only move is to take knight on e3, and queen to f4 is a beautiful checkmate

  12. Mate in 3 moves : knight to d4 then rook to f6 , then rook to f1 .

  13. love you bro πŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί you helped me to become better chess player for the past 4 years πŸ₯Ί

  14. Knight d4 to f3 check. Then bishop to f3 is a beautiful checkmate

  15. please upload such useful content like this regularly, so like me the chess players have to learn a lot from it

  16. It is Nf3+, Kf1 is forced and Bh3 is a beautiful checkmate

  17. I actually played a game today itself, where the opponent tried scholar's mate, and I played the UNO reverse card

  18. It is Nd4+, Kxf2 is forced, then Qh4+ then g3 is the only move and then Qxg3 is a beautiful checkmate

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