BEST BEGINNER OPENING!! 27.11.2023 ➡️ Learn Chess On My Main: ➡️ My Chess Courses: ➡️ EDITED BY: Post navigation PreviousNext 48 Comments Vienna gambit I have been using a lot but very much recommend Reply Bro stop reposting (at least link the original vid for everyone to see) Reply 2nd lol Reply no thanks , i’ll just play the london Reply These 1 min videos are amazing! It just makes us revise our openings in less than 1 min and also if we don't know them, we can use them by watching a trailer about how they work! Reply Imagine if you watched this short in Vienna and won a game using the Vienna gambit Reply Love these shorts Reply Gotham sure has made me love vienna Reply You should include link to the original video Reply I'm just getting back in Chess and I'm using Vienna as my opening for White.Thanks for all the knowledge, Levy.Appreciate all of your content.A fan from the Philippines. Reply Actually just used this in my game. T.Y. for the great lead. Reply Hi Levi you are awesome. İ learned all of chess from you. in 4 years Reply As a long time Vienna enjoyer I can confirm that if the opponent doesn't know what they're doing it's so damn easy to dominate. One line I absolutely love when the opponent falls for it is 1. e4, e5 2. Nc3, Nf6 3. f4, *Nc6*, 4. fxe5 Nxe5 and here after d4 and e5 black is completely lost positionally. Reply I like that opener. I'm gonna give it a few trys Reply Lmao your French accent "répertoire" Reply Been using vienna for a while now and ngl, ive been earning points at a faster rate now, + carokan for black Reply nah bruv the vienna gambit is harder for me during my noob time. Reply Who's Vienna? Is she hot? Reply 90% of beginners i play play something like this Reply All this just for me to play the london Reply The Waffle House Has Found Its New Host Reply The Waffle House has found its new host Reply 🧇🏠😯👉👨🦰➡️🤵♂️ Reply I just started playing chess. How important is it to memorize these openings? Reply The waffle house has found it’s new host Reply The Waffle House has found it's new host Reply Bamy Reply what if they don’t play the knight in the beginning? Reply As a 920 rated player, this opening is crazy good. I learned this opening 3 weeks ago… I was rated 550. +370 elo in 3 weeks, not even playing very much, I'd say is pretty good 🙂 ps: If you decide to learn the Vienna, learn the copycat variation too. It comes out a lot and is really good for you, if you know what you're doing. Reply The Waffle House has found it’s new host Reply Harry Potter, is that you? Reply the waffle house has found it's new host Reply Black is already a little better/white has practically no play with the Vienna gambit if black plays correctly, so I wouldn’t exactly call this a ‘building a repertoire’ type of opening It’s more an opening you should play as a beginner to help you learn the importance of efficiency and development and central control, it’s not an opening you should play after you’ve significantly improved in chess Reply This means nothing to me. Reply Levy, can you just do en passant Reply Levy thank you for breaking up my 12 alpha male Tate YouTube shorts in a row. Love ya mate Reply Thanks I’m new to chess and don’t know openings Reply I've played this till 2k rapid Reply I broke the 69 comments on this video hehehehehe Reply Just won 6 blitz and 5 rapid games with 1 loss in between with the Vienna. Such a good opening Reply “they’ll move the knight back”moves the knight forwardwell shit Reply Now my friend is addicted to the Vienna, and I beat him up easily Reply then they play c5 initiates the sicillian defense :(((((( Reply THANK YOU SO MUCH Reply The first e4 opening I kinda like the look off. Idk why but I have an irrational hatred for 1.e4 usually, idk why Reply the perfect loop finally happened Reply I absolutely love the Vienna. I’ve played the Italian, the Spanish, the Danish Gambit, the London, the Queen’s Gambit, the Ponziani, and the Vienna. Out of all those openings, the Vienna’s my favorite by far. Thanks, Levy. Reply Nah Nah You Got It All Wrong, Grob, Grob, Grob, Grob, Grob, Grob, Grob, Grob, Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.