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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you the most common chess opening mistakes or blunders in the Ruy Lopez which happens after the first moves: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5. You will learn how to punish Black’s mistakes in both the popular variations, 3…Nf6 which is the Berlin Defense, and 3…a6 which is the classical approach.
You will learn some really cool traps in these variations that give a strong, checkmating attack for White against the Black’s king. In fact, in one of the variations the most played moves by Black gives White a success rate of more than 74%, that’s huge!
00:00 Chess Opening Mistakes in Ruy Lopez
00:39 3…Nf6 Berlin Defense
02:03 White’s deadly traps for the win
06:07 If Black defends the knight with f6
08:58 Black’s correct response
12:00 If Black defends the mating attack
13:23 3…a6 Morphy Defense
15:49 Stats: 74% Win Rate for White
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Out of topic, but I love the way your cat is just there.
I don't know what rating this is for but I have never encountered the variation of moves with knights in this video.
you are you arrrrr blow my mind enough that I have to keep my neuron
thank u grandmaster igor my eyes can believe what i am seeing. chess is not for the timid that for show.
At 3:57 why black didn't make castle??
really good as i always end up taking the knight when i play the ruy. i like doubling up pawns then attacking them later
Bro just wise!!
Grand Master: "You don't need to memorise any of this, just sorta get a feel of what to do" ok buddy.
I love these videos — even though they make me feel really dumb knowing I would never have thought of any of these moves on my own.
Video started 0:06
What to do when they develop the king side knight on their first move attacking your center pawn before you can get into a castled position?
rxe7 kf8 Qf3?
I never fell into that trap because i always back my knight to f6
Not risking the defense of the King. As it will leave openings. There is a simple way to say it this way. There are times to be aggressive and a time for defensive actions that even goes into retreats as you cannot afford it or it will lead into a bad situation in which things are more exposed.
ik a better trap in the ruy lopez
but still a good vid
Thanks so much for the info
This is great but unfortunately black never takes the e4 pawn in my elo
You're style is hilarious. And great.
I like this debut
It's good to learn ideas,attacking plans
Love the video friend, quick question. Why not Qe2 at 4:25?
I think I just hit the 10.000 like – wtf! Well deserved and thanks for the lessons!
This is why I love playing chess there are many tricks and you can be creative in many ways
I watch many of your videos and they all seem to have the same problem – you incorrectly state your opponent can only make one move. As in this video at the 7:07-minute mark. I quote you, " … therefore the king has to move". The truth is that the king does not have to move. Black could move either his bishop or his queen to block the check.
I'm a Chess player from the Philippines. Ruy Lopez is my first opening I learned and used to play during my highschool days 💖
in the ray lopez opening when the bishop attacks the white knight white moves the pawn and attacks the white bishop
This is badass
друже имаш много пропуски
I’m new to chess but at min 11:42 looks like move 13 you say it’s checkmate no matter what black player does. what if black moves bishop to h4. I can only get a draw to occur. Thx love your videos.
he sacraficed…. THE QUEEEEEEEEEEEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11:41 if black plays bishop h4 then how are you delivering a checkmate? Eventually you will still end up in a winning position cause you get a queen and a bishop for a rook after all the trades are done right? Is there something I can't see?
That animation for kicking the knight at 1:47 cracked me up so much
What if knight e7?
Thank you Igor,could you make a Video about the sicilian ? What thé plan for black,ans so?
What's the name of that app
…so , the hell door Open ..
..at mínimum ..slide…
what about if they are trying to chase our bishop?
What if he doesn’t take the knight after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Nxe4 5.Re1 Nd6 6 Nxe5 but instead plays Be7?
Do we take the knight on c6 with bishop or knight?
Ty !!!!! This is the line I like to always play. You have shown me many variations I can go.
why on berlin defense, black defend with bishop e2? what if black defended with e2, our rook cannot take the knight e5, and it seems to be more optimal, how do we deal with that?
13:40 what do you do if white takes the knight on c6
5:05 He sacrifices…. THE QUEEN!!!!!!
It looks like Nakhmanson gambit
Hi Igor, thank you for the video. It looks like to me that an opening 1. e4 followed by e6 by black is sufficient to make impossible the strategy showed in the first session of the video. Cheers.
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