King’s Gambit: Chess Opening Strategy, Moves & Ideas to WIN More Games | Accepted Variation

King’s Gambit Accepted – Here’s a surprise chess opening strategy where white gambits his kingside pawn to open up the game & gain center control. 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 some common opening variations & tactical ideas for both white & black pieces in the King’s Gambit Accepted line. I will also share with you some important concepts & strategies to follow in your games. It’s a really aggressive opening & a good one to try on the chessboard, especially in Blitz or Bullet games. Bobby Fischer, Morphy & Andersen played this opening quite successfully in the romantic era of chess. You will also learn how to counter this opening as black when someone tries this opening against you – Fischer’s Defense. These are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves. These openings will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who are not prepared for this opening. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that. I will cover King’s Gambit Declined variation in another video.

Video Timestamps:
0:00 King’s Gambit: Introduction & Setup
1:44 Who should play the King’s Gambit?
2:24 Chess Talk Members Tournaments
3:11 King’s Gambit Accepted – Main line
4:35 Main Strategy & Ideas for White
5:44 Best Defense for Black – Fischer’s Defense
8:44 Main Strategy & Ideas for Black
9:16 Chess Puzzle

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105 Comments

  1. Answer to the puzzle is:
    First we do the queen sacrifice by Qg7
    Kxg7 is forced
    Then Ng4 putting a discovered attack on the king
    Black can block with Qe5 but we simply take it
    Kg8 is the only legal move
    And finally, Nh6 is a beautiful checkmate

  2. Horse e to d7 and queen f to hi check mate

  3. The problem is my opponent plays c5 after Kf3 they are controlled the d4 square so I can't play any more d4 but I play anyway he takes and Knight attacks Queen I move it back they difent thier pawn and end all I ent up losing an etra pawn because I don't have any thing posionaly

  4. THE PUZZLE IS CALLED MATE IN TWO:

    Nxf7. Rxf7
    Qh8#

  5. Diffiult to play kings gambit. I prefer queens gambit

  6. Itna bolne se achha seedha point bol na

  7. How to play chess in 10 moves

  8. During Game we Forget all these Tricks 😍

  9. For the quick quizz it's checkmate with the bishop and knight.

  10. 1.Qg7,King would capture the queen by force,2. Ng4,with discovered attack by bishop,king has to move to g8.3.Nh6 checkmate 😊

  11. Answer to puzzle

    Nd7
    If QxNd7 then it's a beautiful checkmate with Qh8. Can I get pinned?

  12. Kings Gambit is best for 700-1000 elo players

  13. I've played this opening hundreds of times online and not once has my opponent played g5. Usually bishop c5

  14. The problem is that everyone knows that

  15. Chess puzzle solved
    First qh8, then knight to g4 , then knight to h6…. checkmate 🎉🎉🎉

  16. Ng4 is key move..if Bxf6(Q) thn Bxf6. white move any where thn Nh6++

  17. Wtf 2.8 million opponent watched this…

  18. Answer for the puzzle, according to me, is Qh8+.

  19. You don't show actual move.
    You unnecessary explain too much

  20. Queen to g7 king takes queen because it is forced move then knight to g4 unlist and discovered check to king if king goes to g8 then knight to h6 checkmate if he doesn't go back play a move like bishop to bishop to f6 then we will take bishop with our bishop it is a check the king has only safe square
    G8 then knight to h6 checkmate

  21. Queen to h8 king captures knight to g4 discovered check only move for king is g8 then h6 is checkmate

  22. Qh8 check
    Kxh8
    Nf7 check
    Kg8
    Nh6 check mate

  23. Queen goes h8 check , king crosses queen, knight crosses f7 double check , king goes f8, knight goes h6 ch mate.Santanu.

  24. Qh8_Kh8
    Nf7chck also Bishopchck_Kg8
    Nh6 checkmate

  25. Qh8 (check) – K x h8, N x f7 (double check) – Kg8, Nh6 (check mate)

  26. 1. Qg7+, K×g7, 2. kg4+, Kg8 3. kh6 check mate

  27. 😅Qh8-Kh8
    Nf7–Kg8
    Nh6&Bishop also checkmate

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