8 Deadly TRAPS in the King’s Gambit | Chess Opening Tricks to WIN FAST

Here are 8 Quick checkmate/queen traps in the King’s Gambit. Openings are exciting & there are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win fast. In this chess video, I will show you 8 amazing chess games of the kings gambit, where some really good players lost in the opening. These traps are for both white & black in both accepted & declined variations. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. These short games will also help you in improving your tactics & give you some new ideas to win more games. I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.

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Traps Covered:
0:00 King’s Gambit Traps – Introduction
0:25 Game #1: KGD Classical – Trap for White
1:54 Game #2: KGD Falkbeer Countergambit – Trap for Black
2:49 Game #3: KGA – Trap for White
4:15 Game #4: KGA Kieseritzky Gambit – Trap for Black
5:27 Game #5: KGD Falkbeer Countergambit – Trap for Black
6:26 Game #6: KGA Bishop’s Gambit – Trap for White
7:59 Game #7: KGD – Falkbeer CG – Trap for Black
9:39 Game #8: KGA – Schallopp Defense – Trap for Black
11:37 Chess Puzzle

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  1. Bxg7, Kxb7, Qd4, Qf6, Rh7, Kxh7, Qxf6 and you win a queen. I dont think there's a forced checkmate assuming black plays best moves

  2. I Like these videos but I need personal help! 🤦🏾

  3. It's the final lily in the coffin because it's a beautiful checkmate😂

  4. "and the sweetie is gone"……

  5. Just one suggestion

    If you show a game where black wins
    Please show it from Black's point of view. It just makes me uncomfortable seeing white loose too many games here😀

  6. "it's a painful love story"
    "She will have to sacrifice herself for her love" 😂😂😂
    The way you teach us is so fun and that's why we keep learning from u❤️ thanks sir!🥳

  7. Commentary was gold – thoroughly enjoyed the jokes

  8. The aim of the puzzle isn't a checkmate,but to capture the black Queen

  9. puzzle answer :
    bishop g7 ; king to g7
    queen to d4 ; king to g8
    rook to h8

  10. then black king moves to h7 ; white queen to g7

  11. "Hits the final nail in the coffin!"

    I just like the way you talk, your punch lines are amazing.

  12. You are a true master at explaining the moves an the traps! Awesome

  13. 11:42 exchanging black bishop and then black king will take the bishop at g7 then white queen to d4 giving check, so black king has only safe place king to g8 and then white rook to h8 so black king is trapped now …..

  14. The only person that is my enemy is watching this video

  15. most of them are not even king's gambit traps?? they are against king's gambit and even against the rule of thumb which is Nf3 😀

  16. Solution for the puzzle First we need to sacrifice the QUEEN! (Qd4) if he defends it with queen then we just take it and if he takes our queen there comes the rook (Rh8) and that's a checkmate

  17. The correct move in the puzzle is Qd4. Black can't deal with Qxg7# or Qg7#, so Black takes the queen with Bxd4. Bxd4, and there is no way to defend against Rh8#, so black sacrifices his queen on e3 with Qxe3+. Capture the queen with dxe3 or fxe3, and on the next move, play Rh8#, thanks to the bishop on c4, so black can't defend with f6. As a final note, Bf6 can be met by the X-ray attack Rh8+, and after Bxh8, Qxh8# is checkmate.

  18. Beautifully explained the moves … Loved it…

    Many many Love from nepal ❤️❤️❤️👌

  19. Qd4, black captures it with bishop to d4, white bishop from b2 to d4,rook to h8

  20. In the last puzzle white takes its bishop from b2 to g7 sacrificing the bishop if king takes white plays queen d4 that's a check, Instead of blocking if king moves back to g8 white plays rook h8 checkmate (this might not be accurate but I tried)

  21. Learn from mistakes and traps in King's Gambit. Strong players lost in opening. Study these ideas and use them in your own game.Learn 8 brilliant games of the king’s gambit and use these traps and tactical ideas in your own game. : Black declines the gambit and brings out his bishop, preventing white from castling.

    White gives away his right to castle to set up a cunning little trap and wins the game in the end.

    Three traps in the King's Gambit opened. : Trap 1: Brutal checkmate, after rook to e1, queen moved and rook jumped, hitting the king in the face.

    Trap 2: Nimzowitsch Counter-Gambit with the lover's sacrifice to win.

    Trap 3: Black's pawn chain on the kingside.

    White plays a stunning knight sacrifice : White threatens multiple attacks with the knight sacrifice

    White reveals a tricky idea with a beautiful checkmate

    Black wins in style with multiple checks and a checkmate : Using checks to force the opponent's moves

    Creating a situation where black can capitalize on white's mistake

    White wins with bishop to f7 check : White sacrifices bishop to get to the queen and knight

    Black is left helpless and white dominates the game

    White unleashes a deadly fork, but black has a deadly plan. : White forks the queen and rook with knight takes on f7.

    Black saves the queen and creates a lethal threat with knight d4.

    Understanding basic tactical ideas is crucial to avoid falling for traps during a chess game : Knowing the tactical ideas discussed, helps you to identify setups where you can use them

    Understanding tactical ideas also assists in trapping opponents and avoiding embarrassing situations

    Black traps white with a stunning checkmate : White cannot take bishop and knight hanging

    Black wins with knight e2 check, forking the couple

  22. What if in the opening the king got to f7 then is king was safe

  23. Accept Jesus now and forsake your sins Jesus is coming

  24. I love the way he uses his words. ..makes learning entertaining

  25. Seduce , lover is gone what a brutal language in a good way 🤷‍♀️

  26. White Bishap will kill black Bishap. KIng have one choice either take Bishap or stay there. If King take bishap white Queen will give check and king go back and white Rook will check and mate

  27. 📌
    1. Super explaination about each move
    2.clear and crisp voice
    3.use of figurative words
    4.short and sweet logics about the traps
    Jitu bhaiyya The Best chess teacher ever🤟

  28. Taking bishop. If king takes then queen to d4 otherwise check using rock to h8

  29. white's move Qd4 then Bxd4 now white Bxd4 after this black has to resign otherwise he has to move his queen at f6 which white takes with bishop Bxf6 then king has no move left so it move other component then Rh8 has a checkmate

  30. Puzzle
    Start with BB2 to capture BG7, only option black have to recapture BG7 with king, then QD4 check, black only option king move to G8, then white have two options to checkmate (1) the QH8 (2) RH8
    Correct me if i am wrong

  31. Turn off the subtitle bcoz it hampers the perfect seeing.

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