6 Best Chess Openings for Beginners | Top Moves, Plans, Strategy, Gambits, Tactics, Traps & Ideas

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Top 6 Chess Openings You Must Know – In this chess lesson, we’ll look at 6 chess openings which I feel are the best for beginners or players who don’t want to study much opening theory. These are not only fundamentally strong, but also very easy to learn. These chess opening plans, strategy, moves, tactics, tricks and ideas, will help you advance to a really solid middlegame without much trouble. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

0:00 Chess Openings for Beginners – Intro
0:20 Opening #1 for White
1:47 Opening #2 for White
3:12 Opening #3 for White
4:12 About BetterHelp
5:22 Opening #4 for Black
6:36 Opening #5 for Black
7:45 Opening #6 for Black
8:52 Chess Puzzle

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  1. Another, replace T with D. Whad would you like Do Ead? ……LMFAO

  2. I am just 12 years old but I have 6 years experience

  3. It's a very nice video I wanna play with you

  4. Try to display the words in side, very disturbing in the board

  5. I’m old. The only way I was able to improve was by playing often and (UGH!) reading books…
    The internet should soon produce 3000 rated players – OR usher in the era of Fischer Random as the norm!

  6. WHITE
    1. 0:20 London Opening – d4, Bf4, e3, Nf3, Bd3, c3, bNd2

    2. 1:47 Italian Opening – more tactical

    3. 3:12 Closed Sicilian –


    4. 5:32 King’s Indian v ANYTHING! 1. … f3, Fiancetto, @ e4>… e6, Castle

    4a. 6:07 Pirc – … e6, King’s Indian

    5. 6:44 QG declined – e6 or c6

    6. 7:45 – Open Sicilian – faster

  7. It’s rook to b7 if he captures are rook then we will play are knight to d6

  8. sir, please explain indian rules chess or shatranj?

  9. I like the way you explain chess theory in your videos. I subscribed and will check your channel out. Thank you!

  10. 1st Move for White.He moves his Horse move to c5 check.
    2nd Move for Black.Then he move his king to c5.
    3rd Move for White.Then he attack the pawn to b7 it is also check.
    4th Move for Black. Then he moves king to c6.
    5th Move for White. He has no way to checkmate the king so that time to resign and Black won.

  11. I gone to Stockfish level 6 almost coming Stockfish level 8

  12. i won many games by your gambits openings thanks ! . subscribed with bell at all mode

  13. The white knight go to C3 and then the white castle go to g6 and then it is check mate.

  14. Put the knight to 6d and you put the black queen in danger so the opponent moves it away and you move the pawn forward so he is forced to put the king to b6 and than you move the rook to b7 and its check mate but if he puts the queen next to the rook after you attack her with the knight than move the rook to 7b and he will most likely move it next to the rook (8c/a/b) either one you just put the pawn from b4 to b5 and he loses😁

  15. Rooke to e7 then knight to C5 will be a great move as it attacks white king as well as queen at the same time……that allow us to take white queen and we end up with a knight advantage 👍

  16. Is there a way to prevent a3 or h3 in kings Indian

  17. First knight to C5
    Then rook to b7
    Then pawn to a4

  18. Move rook on A7 and capture the pawn . After king takes rook , take knight to d6 . Now we will see that blacks king and and queen are trapped . Hence , we won the game.

  19. Knight ♞ to Kc5 and rook to ♜ Rb7 checkmate

  20. You are manav vagadiya brother because he is my friend. And i am study in abhinav vidyalay.

  21. Thank you so much for such valuable teaching. Really cant thank you enough… Great going…. Chess enthusiasts like me are forever indebted…

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