Ponziani Opening TRAPS | Chess Tricks to WIN Fast | Brilliant Moves, Tactics, Ideas & Strategy

Ponziani Opening Traps – There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win fast. In this chess video, I will show you some secret ponziani variations that you can use to win more games. Most of these traps are for white & there is one line for black as well. This can be fun to try against your friends & opponents who have not seen such traps before. We will cover ponziani countergambit, ponziani steinitz gambit & jaenisch counterattack. This can be very effective against beginner & intermediate level players (almost 80% players fall for these traps). I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.

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  1. And he sac the queeeeeeeen ! king takes double check only king move rook mate.

  2. At 5:16 why would black play Bxf7 and not Nxf7 forking the king and queen?

  3. Solution to puzzle at end of video:
    white plays Qc8+. This is a forcing Queen sac. Only legal response by black is KxQ. White then plays Be6+ with discovered check from his Rook, and BTW it's double check from the light squared B as well. For white Kd8 is forced, then Rc8 for white is checkmate.

  4. I love watching these but I never remember them in game I’m relatively new to chess I just got to level 500. Do you do online lessons at all bro?

  5. 1. Qc8+, K x Q (forced move)
    2. Be6++, Kd8 (only the move)
    3. Rc8#

  6. Puzzle answer is Qc8 Kxc8 Be6 Kd8 Rc8#

  7. g4 to g6 sac your queen by taking the black,s queen if he take with the pawn he is gone white bishop goes to e6 if black move the rook goes to c1 toc8

  8. all I need is to memories this oppenning

  9. First take the f pawn by moving Bishop to f7 also attacking the queen. If the black queen takes Bishop, then Qc8 is checkmate.

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