33+ Million Players Make These 4 Mistakes | Common Chess Opening Mistakes

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shows you the 4 most common chess opening mistakes in the Italian Game (Two Knights Defense) after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6. A total of more than 33 million chess players have made these 4 common opening errors.

Therefore, it is important for you to know how to take advantage of them and punish these opening mistakes to get a winning advantage quickly and easily!

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00:00 Millions of chess players make these 4 opening mistakes
00:20 Two Knights Defense, Italian Game
01:01 Mistake-1: Bg5 pin on your knight
02:33 If White retreats with Bg3 after g5
05:46 If White plays Nxg5 after g5
08:52 Mistake-2: White plays 4.0-0
11:32 Mistake-3: White plays 5.Ng5
14:07 Mistake-4: White plays 4.Nc3
14:57 What if White plays Bxf7+ after Nxe4?

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47 Comments

  1. Great video!I'm curious after King to g6 can't white Just take the knight with the bishop?Is that discussed in your other video?

  2. friend, I like your channel, but you talk a lot

  3. Query: at 5:04, what happens if white plays Qe1 or Qf1 after black Nf4?

  4. Easily one of the best chess analysis channels around

  5. i think its misleading calling bg5 a mistake it certainly isnt with correct play and telling beginners to push pawns in front of a castled king is just setting them up for bad habits

  6. ► Chapters

    00:00 Millions of chess players make these 4 opening mistakes

    00:20 Two Knights Defense, Italian Game

    01:01 Mistake-1: Bg5 pin on your knight

    02:33 If White retreats with Bg3 after g5

    05:46 If White plays Nxg5 after g5

    08:52 Mistake-2: White plays 4.0-0

    11:32 Mistake-3: White plays 5.Ng5

    14:07 Mistake-4: White plays 4.Nc3

    14:57 What if White plays Bxf7+ after Nxe4?

  7. This is very useful, I can punish my opponents and don't worry about Bg5

  8. Your videos the best I very like them👍🇺🇿🇺🇿🇺🇿

  9. h file can be defended by knight.what to do next if they try to put knight on h file

  10. i have asked some idiotic question..sorry

  11. You're the deciding factor on whether or not you make your dreams a reality or not. It's not one big event that makes a life of greatness. It's those small decisions each and everyday that change everything. Make the right ones.

  12. Guys help me out
    If I touched a piece on chess and don't move that particular piece or any other moves played,wil it count as a move
    OR
    Is there any penalty if I don't a move a piece in my turn to move a piece

  13. Could work out of the italian line…. Thing you dont play with white if you follow master igor

  14. This is a really useful refresher on the Italian.

  15. Thanks! It was so informative that i just watched it twice. Keep up the good work giving out those tips how to punish your opponent for early mistakes. If I can manage to get my early games fluent, then and only then I can hope to be better in middle and late game. Massive thanks again!

  16. If you guys have any extra time out of your day I would really appreciate it if you could stop by and check out my latest chess video and leave any feedback you may have, thank you! And dope video bro keep up the good work!!

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  18. "You may only succeed if you desire succeeding; you may only fail if you do not mind failing." _Philippos

  19. Is it just me or is he deliberately playing really bad moves for white to make it appear that black has a better position?

  20. Om Swastistu GM, my name is jro swami from Bali 🙏🙏 i,m have no idea when playing carrokan depend as black , could you showing solid depending because i love carrokan thanks for your chess lesson 🙏🙏🙏

  21. NOT UNDERSTABLE FOR NON NATİVE SPEAKERS.

  22. I like video chess, GM Igor Smirniv 👍👍👍

  23. The pawn would took the knight when you forked the rook just saying

  24. At 11 minutes the queen would have taken bishop

  25. The knight would have sacrificed for queen 9 points compared to 3

  26. And why would white take a pawn with the bishop instead if taking the knight and creating an open file for the rook on the f file?

  27. Thanks. Any tips to remember these moves?

  28. Wow. You're one of the few GMs that can truly teach in a way I understand better. Thanks…

  29. Looks easy. Why can't I manage to do this! I really like this channel!

  30. Fantastic but the problem is how can I remember all theses combinations ; thanks again.

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