Danish Gambit: Chess Opening Tricks to WIN FAST: Center Game Traps, Tactics, Best Moves & Ideas

Danish Gambit – Here are some Deadly Chess Opening Tricks & Traps to Win Fast in the Center Game variation. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win more games. In this video, I will show you 5 opening traps & tactical ideas for the white pieces in the Danish Gambit Accepted line. I will also share with you some important concepts & strategies to follow in your games. These tactics include queen traps, king attacks etc. It’s a really aggressive opening & a good one to try on the chessboard, especially in Blitz or Bullet games. At the end, you will also learn how to counter this opening as black when someone tries this opening against you – Schlechter Defense & Capablanca Defense. These are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Timestamps:
0:00 Danish Gambit: Introduction & Setup
0:49 Who should play the Danish Gambit?
1:32 Danish Gambit: Concepts & Tactical Ideas
2:49 Danish Gambit: Traps & Common Variations
6:36 How to counter this opening as Black?
7:38 Chess Puzzle

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  1. But I will not remember a single thing while playing
    I just go random
    What should I do

  2. Thanks for the vídeo!
    But I have a little doubt: why don’t move the queen to d5, after bishops are in position?

  3. Qh6+, Kxh6, Bf8+, Kg5, H4+, Kg4, Be2 checkmate..

  4. What do you recommend when they do not take the second pawn in the gambit?

  5. Dear Advani, your videos are helpful. But can reduce talking. Thanks for understanding. You can just show . I am a Chess association head and can bring my groups into your subscription circle.

  6. After bishop you can move queen to d5 and after to f7 and it is a beutiful checkmate

  7. Best Queen sacrifice
    2 ways:
    First way::
    Kh6+( black) force pushing
    If king( black)
    Kg5+. Then
    Kg4 or kh5
    Be2+(white). It's a beautiful checkmate
    Second way::
    Oueen to h6+(white)
    King to f7+ or f6+ or g8+ or h8+(black) then
    Queen to f8+ (white)
    It's a beautiful checkmate 👌👌👌 👌👌👌👌

  8. my friend played this against me and i took all his pawns in 23 moves.
    to this day he no longer plays the danish gambit because of what we call 'the no pawn variation'.

  9. Your Bishops are important so try not to exchange them.

    Also Chess Talk : "Shows the bishop sacrifice in every variation"

  10. If black plays queen to E7 then he is in a much better position than white as he is up two pawns and the game is also in the balance by playing it.

  11. Jee, You are the best man! I won against 2000 in lichess because of this deadly gambit

  12. Qh6+ Kxh6 Bf8+ Kg5 of Kf5 does not matter because h4+ Kg4 or Kh5 Be2#

  13. The placement of the written speech disturbs the clear vision of the whole board…

  14. Try not to exchange ur bishops: sacrifices bishop on f7 anyway

  15. Thank you🌹🌹🌹🌹🙏🙏🙏🙏 vibhushit chess

  16. Qh6+ king will have to capture or else there will be mate so king captures queen then Bf8 check if king moves g5 then h4+ king moves on any white square Be2+# and think before if king moves g5 then Be2+ then black will play force Kg5 then h4+#

  17. I’m looking for how white is short of 2 pons yet black has every piece at start

  18. This opening breaks one of Never develop bishop before night

  19. Dear chess talk,

    Your traps, gambits and openings are explained really really well!!

    Thanks a lot!

    Qh6+, Kxh6(if Kf7 or Kg8 then Qf8# so Kxh6 is forced), Bf8+, Kg5(if Kh5 then Be2+, KG5(forced), h4#),h4+, Kg4(if Kh5 then Be2#), be2#
    ⬆solution to puzzle.

  20. Qh6 +(black king gets queen)
    Bf8+ (Black king g5)
    h4+ (kg4)
    Bf2 #

    Thank you for this amazing video.

  21. Chess board not seen clearly because your english sentences are below the screen

  22. Nah i don't like this opening…not comfortable….

  23. Taipei Liaison Office Consular Section says:

    I also only care about 1 bishop

  24. 1.Qh+, Kxh6, 2.Bf8+,Kh5, Be2,Checkmate #

  25. queen sacrificeh6 if he does not take its mate in 1 on the f file then after he takes bishop to f 8 check only move is to go to h5 then check with bishop to e2 then only move for the king is g5 and with our pawn we deliver a check mate on h4
    actually king can go to either h5or g5 but still ends up the same.. just change the way we deliver check first if he goes first to g5 the mate would be with bishop e2

  26. After the moves, the reasonable move is Queen h3,

    My 420 elo opponents: No we don't do that here

  27. "Since your down 2 pawns, you should try to avoid trading pieces"
    Proceeds to sacrifice the bishop every single time, just for a knight or a bishop

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