Siberian Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast & PUZZLE |Best Checkmate Moves,Game Strategy & Ideas

Check out the Siberian Trap in the Sicilian Defense. This is another Chess Opening Trick to Win Fast. Plus, I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you. As you know, openings are the most exciting phase in the game of chess. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, moves and ideas that you can use to win more games. In this video, I will show you all the Traps in the Sicilian Defense – Smith Morra Gambit Chess Opening Variation. I will share with you some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate the white king in the first few moves. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against high-rated players.
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105 Comments

  1. D5 is the correct move to attack the Queen ,if Queen moves back it looses it rook

  2. What if the pawn just takes the knight on g4?

  3. Most of the gambits which you upload don't work after maybe lichess rating 1850 but this one works even after that because not many know about it. Because of this trap I have got to win lot of games against the Smith-Morra gambit. I had so much trouble against the Smith-Morra gambit but the siberian trap has solved my problem. Thanks Jeetendra, I dedicate that win to you. Also Happy Diwali!

  4. The better move is pawn to d4. Queen is obliged to move back and then Re8+

  5. In the puzzle what if we move move the pawn to d5, would that work?

  6. Re7 if queen takes queen then check then take the rook and then if queen moves somewhere else say……Qf6 which seems to be the best move that prevents the check but having said that we still have an advantage we will play Rxe8 check kh7and then you will play Qxf6 and after pawn takes you are up a piece and black has that weak double pawn on the F file and with a positional advantage and material advantage you should easily win this game!

  7. Your Videos are so nice
    Tricks,strategies chess ,chess puzzles are good

  8. Re7 here is solid win for white.
    Variation 1:-
    1.Re7 Rxe7
    2.Qxc6 here we gain a queen from black side so it is easy to win the match in few moves
    Variation 2:-
    1.Re7 Qa8
    Then we can target the ‘SQUARE F7’ by playing Qxf7+ king move the we can play Qxg7#
    Variation 3:-
    Then for Re7 if black plays Qxf3 then first we need to play Rxe8+ king moves the gxf3 we still have a extra rook to play
    And other variation are not good for black

  9. First qe3 and rook x rook if Queen takes white rook then his sweetie his gone if he take his king to h7 then Queen e4

  10. It’s moving rook to c8 because it attacks both king and queen
    Queen is attacked by whites queen

  11. Love u uncle imfot to know ever sing trap – defence -thank u so muck

  12. It’s a good video, I really liked it, Yep, my answer is also re7.

  13. Move soldier d4 and by using rock to rock and use queen to f5 and use the queen f7

  14. HERE IS THE ANSWER TO THE PUZZLE

    Rook to e7 If rook takes our rook we can take the queen.
    If black takes queen first, then we can take rook and give check King moves to h7
    we can simply take the queen by the g pawn And we are with a piece up !!

  15. Instead of castling if he played E5 from white … What we are suppose to do….m

  16. जब अंग्रेज़ी में बोल रहे हो तो लिखने की क्या ज़रूरत है??????????

  17. Exchange of rooks is a beautiful move, no matter what black move he is going to lose his rook and queen by any means …

  18. For the puzzle the best move is poun to d5 because we are attacking the queen

  19. At 4:00 How is this checkmate? Queen is not backed up with any piece, king can simply take queen

  20. Rook e7 boom! If rook takes then black will lose the queen if queen takes queen then rook takes e8 with check after king moves then you can take the queen.

  21. The problem is that in first trap the opponent didn't take our lawn with his knight he take our pawn with his queen 👑 that's the whole variation.

  22. Pawn d5. Black queen b7. White rook e8. Check. Black King h7. White queen e4 and check mate

  23. I like this but i forgot all mov3s when i was playing

  24. Pawn d5 to knock the queen then black tries to move their queen away in order to protect it then rook takes rook on e8(check) then the king moves to h7 the queen to f5 is a beautiful checkmate

  25. We can play Rxe8 launching a discovered attack on the queen and once the king moves, we can grab the queen with our queen

  26. Bro, I watch your videos and I open chess to win some games. I am rooting for black pieces but na….!!, I will get white pieces for next few games, and brutally be check mated, finally I got black pieces, ready to make the opponent "gone".
    But within few moves, my mind gets blank.
    What was the line?.
    "I am gone" 🙁

  27. Re7 game over .
    If rook takes rook . White can grab black queen and then it will be easy win
    2. If queen takes qxf3 . Then first rook takes rook on e8 check . This is intermediate move . Then after kh7 . Gxf3 . White will be piece up with a completely winning end game
    3 . Queen to a8 . Then white can take weak f7 pawn check with mate on next move .
    4 .all other variations leads to giving up queen for white rook . White has pawn majority on queen side
    Rook against white queen with such pawn structure will definitely suit white

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