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260 Comments

  1. Bro, just play Scotch Four Knights and then main line.

  2. For years was I mistkaeen. Thank you for onpeing my eyes.

  3. Honestly after Bxb7+ Kxf7, Neg5+ Kg8, white best move seems to be d4… Rather than 0-0… A more active game for White and black needs to play quite sharply as his pieces are not coordinated yet.

  4. Whatโ€™s the super food move for black

  5. Wait so in this position in the 4 knights game, not only is Bc4 a mistake, but against higher rated players the best move is to sacrifice material?

  6. Why donโ€™t you pin the night first before moving the pawn up to attack it in the Halloween

  7. I actually had an opponent in a tournament play this. When I won the pawn, he was discombobulated and lost.

  8. I think my rank is -4 million the only way I can get even a stale mate is to just quit before a move is made

  9. Could the crazy move be to put your other knight behind your pinned knight?

  10. i always move the pawn like in the >1200 option

  11. You didn't talk about d3 after Ng5 ? And Qxd3 Nb4, NxNb4 BxNb4, c3 Bd6, NxNe4 Qe7, f3 fxNe4, Qxe4 QxQe4, fxQe4 and black have a better position…

  12. Traditionally, if you don't want to gambit your pieces away, the best line is typically bb5 in the four knights game, putting pressure on the knight and forcing black to lose the opportunity to push their d pawn or compromise their pawn structure early on.

  13. You made a mistake, you spelt mistake like mistkae

  14. Very interesting and useful tips, thanks!

  15. Bro actually said the Halloween gambit

  16. Thats why my favorite opening is the bishops opening.
    Bishop>Knight

  17. I am new to chess, this was really informative & fun, thanks

  18. Nice, i will definetely look forward to the Belgrade gambit

  19. I love the way do you talking to peaple ander 1200 like they woze a little children ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  20. white can first attack the pawn and then bishop to c4 thats called italian game yk catle defend your pawn open diagonal black-squared bishop and protect the pin

  21. I do deliberately allow adds run on your videos, since I can't pay you. Your videos have really really improved my game

  22. 4.4 Mil Players – SAME MISTKAE correct spelling

  23. is the hidden move taking the horse with the queen?

  24. I like playing d4 after the four knights happen

  25. hmm … can some chess expert tell me why ,at 8:13 , black doesnt play bishop b4 and double check king , so white can't block , and win with rook e1 ?

  26. is the crazy move in belgrade gambit d3 ? because then you have to take or move the queen, and if u take i move my knight to d4 attacking the queen and putting u in trouble.

  27. The crazy line after Ng5 starts with …e3! attacking the queen according to the engine.

  28. I am stuck in 1200 elo ๐Ÿ˜ขhow to improve I practice daily

  29. One of my opponent did this mistake in a tournament i didn't watch this video before,i didn't counter it and it resulted to a draw๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  30. hopefully i dont make this mistkae again, thank you

  31. AJ ๐Ÿ‘๏ธโ€๐Ÿ—จ๏ธ says:

    Instead of 3. Nc3 (3 knights, likely going into 4 knights) just play 3. Bc4 (Italian game) or 3. Bb5 (Ruy Lopez/Spanish game)

    Or if you're trying to avoid the Spanish & Italian you can diverge earlier and go into the Bishop's opening, the Vienna, the Scotch, etc. There's a whole world of e4 e5 openings

    If you're trying to avoid everything theoretical but still play e4 you can play a King's Indian attack with e4, Nf3, g3, Bg2, O-O, d3 and Nbd2 before expanding for a kingside attack

  32. 4:04

    You said the knight would either go d6 or f6. My enemy kngiht went g4._.

  33. i wonder why this video doesn't address the stronger reply by black according to engine on move 5:
    1. e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. d4 exd4 5. Nd5 Nb4

    also, Bc5 appears to be a valid response for black. (Assuming we are white since we took the decision of 4. d4)

  34. There's a crazy move here! But I'm not going to tell you ๐Ÿ˜‚

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