Chess openings – English Opening 19.06.2023 Chess openings – English Opening See more on the English opening at Get more info about major chess openings at Post navigation PreviousNext 303 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments did he just said "in chess a moment"? Reply this is awesome opening in all times. I think. Reply Bronstein played english c4-e5, and transposed into King's Indian Defense. But, I would love to see an Old Indian Defense Reply pls start making videos i find it very helpful Reply Dereque, your smile is inspiring man. You're awesome!! Reply What bout this vs sicilian? Reply The video was very helpful sir can I get a video of queen's Gambit declined Reply Good guy Reply You represent the game well homie! No doubt. This is also my specialty. When playing against very strong opposition, I find that this opening gives me the most flexible course of action and reduces the chance for me to screw something up. Reply Hi Dereque, what I thoroughly enjoy in your videos is that you immediately and clearly explain the strategic goals behind moves, which then helps understanding how to develop one's own play. Some chess lecturers just go over games and/or go over lots of variations, but your videos demonstrate WHY certain moves are made at a certain moment. Reply Very good presentation… best format by far Reply What’s the difference between English and birds Reply What happens when black plays french defence Reply Dereque your videos are the best in the Universe. At 2:40 you mentioned risk, what are the risk of trying to seize too much of the center? Reply I'll keep saying it: You are really good at making transparent the question of choices. I was for many years a college professor, so I really do enjoy the quality of the pedagogy. Just awesome! Reply When I watched these videos a couple of years ago, when I was just rediscovering chess, they made little sense… NOW THEY ARE BRILLIANT!!!! And you're very watchable, Dereque. Thank you. Reply It really bugs me that although it's the English opening you have started with a British flag. There's a big difference, ask any Scotsman! Reply I would probably play a dutch against such opening. Reply Thanks for making this! Just right for my level. Reply GAY Reply Very useful video, thank you! Reply We saw blacks opening moves but no middle game plans for each variation. What does black play in the reversed Sicilian after a3? Reply These are all great videos by this guy including this one, but people need to learn how to pronounce the word fianchetto FEE-ahn KE- toh The italian "ch" makes a hard K sound! Reply Yo kelly where are you pls go back. Reply 0:04 "the English opening"shows UK flag Reply Small matter of the intro: The English flag is the flag of St George. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not regions of 'England'… Reply I learned alot. Reply Once again great job Reply Thanks you Reply I really enjoy your videos, thank you for sharing your expertise Reply Now I know more about this defense Reply https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCkyxBEh_TIq12J6xGeJTb6g&tab=2 Reply As we will see in chess't a moment Reply Great video Reply Man make your own content no hate… Reply This guy gives the best openings explanation. He gives you the fundamentals and building blocks of the openings. Reply I like playing 1.e5, 2. Bc5 against the English. Reply Very informative videooo thank you ! Reply Thank You Reply Fee and chettle. Reply Crap video all over the place bro,,, be clear, not all over the place it was cra Reply I love how you and agadmator call the pieces in good positions "monsters." Reply hi Reply Great practical guidance! Thanks. Reply This was great – thank you! How does the english opening hold up under an early queen attack by black and/or an aggressive attack by black? Reply Watching in 2021! 🤣🤣🤣 Reply This is a great video. I really liked it. Reply 11:10 why take with pawn and not knight? Reply 👏👏👏 Reply Never say chesst-a-moment ever again Reply Comments navigation Newer comments 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.