The Best Chess Opening For Beginners?

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  1. After opponent developed their bishop, you must play B4!!
    Evans Gambit lovers

  2. But the king could take the bishop if you attack the pawn and that would be a bad trade

  3. I use this a lot and I don’t even know that it’s an opening😂

  4. Italian opener as soon as they see pawn to d5 🤯

  5. real ♟️it,s supposed to be real

  6. If the bishop goes for the pawn then can the king not go for the bishop?

  7. I know how to make the aromas on the squares by right clip long but how do you change it from a red arrow to yellow arrow?

  8. What stops the king from taking your bishop…?

  9. This is equivalent to poker when a new person calls on the flop, check raises then bombs the river with a 3 9 off suit no pairs lol

  10. Bishop trade for pawn (king Takes “ Yoink )

  11. For GOD so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16

  12. First the London then the englund now the Italian game nahh

  13. For beginners I'd recommend D4 instead of E4. If you really want to get better you have to learn sooooo many moves and lines if you reach a certain level, because the people who play e4 e5 will learn every single sideline to profit of every little mistake you make. The queens pawn openings mostly are way easier. If you play a london system for example, you are pretty safe with following your routine no matter what your opponent will do.

  14. I’m low elo and don’t know why this is good wouldn’t if they move their horse attack your pawn wouldn’t the game be even with both your horse and bishop at risk?
    Why should I play this?

  15. And I always end up overdeveloping my pieces towards the center 😢

  16. I just learned how to play chess in 2 games irl lol

  17. I am not at so beginner player, but I can't improve. That's why I want to ask a favor – What should I learn more about chess: openings, middlegame or endgame

  18. 0:39 in this position after both black nights are out, and then you go knight to g5 there is a great trick. Your opponent will push their d pawn to block/attack your bishop. You will take it with your pawn, and his knight will take it back. He thinks that his knight is defended by the queen, but instead you will play knight takes f7, sacrificing your knight.

    The only piece that can take back is the King. If king takes your knight, you play queen f3, check. Then if king goes back to his home square, your bishop takes the knight on d5, defended by your queen, and threatening checkmate on the next move.

    But if the king goes to g8, it's an easy forced mate in 3.

    Look up "fried liver attack" and thank me later.

  19. hikaru said this is the worst opening for beginners lmao. i will trust him.

  20. Istruzioni poco chiare: ora parlo italiano

  21. When i play against my elo level opponent its fun and challenging but when i play against newbie low elo its hard to win for some reason like they Make unpredictable moves they dont even know xD

  22. I thought man was gonna pull bongcloud

  23. I love playing the Caro-Kann against E4 openings. I win a lot. When I'm against D4 openings i usually lose if i am black

  24. I & my friend both like these moves the most. I always like to use 1.e4, 3.Nf3

  25. I win about 80% of my games at my current low rank. But it almost always feels like I barely pull it off or I get very lost in the mid game and just wing a few moves and get lucky. Really not sure about the mid game at all. Openings I’ve for a handful and I can recognize the basics. Very basics. End games I feel like I can grasp what I need to be doing most times. But when your through with your opening and there is just a board full of so many different options and concerns I just feel like I can’t grasp what I need to do.

  26. Instructions unclear, got kicked out of tournament

  27. Teach people the “4 moves end game” opening

  28. Tbh I just want to know how to play it effectively to the point I'm gd at it

  29. Checkmated someone in 5 moves thanks to this video

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