Basic Opening Chess Trap | The Grob’s Attack with 1.g4!?

Center control is an important principle in chess! Sometimes even if we control the center very carefully, we still lose the game! Why does that happen? Is it because the opening principle is wrong? Or is it because we didn’t execute the moves correctly. Most of the times we err in our execution and this is also what happened to the 8-year-old boy! Check out how he made a mistake in this video by IM Sagar Shah and how his father corrected him!

32 Comments

  1. I love this channel and the charisma of the speaker. It's great!

  2. It is u who have made me played chess again after 6 yrs with ur inspiration

  3. 8 year old boy is sagar’s hidden son

  4. I think you were that 8 year old boy

  5. The bishop is lost nd also it's a checkmate

  6. awesome video dude, thank you too much for that

  7. Thanks for that refutation of Grob's opening.

  8. Sometimes it seems that the boy is samay sir and father is sagar sir as boy is also blaming his father like samay sir do with sagar sirπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  9. Is the son real or shah just created him to teach us?

  10. Wow, a very good video, thank you!

    I just lost a blitz against this nonsense, after having found all the good replies but burned my time in the process, and under time-pressure blundered an equal game in the end-game. The opponent didn’t waste a second on any move, so his opening preparation was decisive in the match.

  11. Sagar, when queen takes C6 Pawn, not bishop but queen is lost bcz rook to C1 is a checkmate

  12. 2:57 the opponent will lose the bishop with a checkmate or the opponent will lose the queen

  13. Dang, would have fallen for that.

  14. The opponent not only loses bishop but also gets checkmate.

  15. Thanks sagar. Today i lost my bishop like this.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  16. trading rook for bishop black still have advantage, because of development.

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