Chess Openings: The Queen’s Gambit

The Queen’s Gambit is one of the most popular openings in chess and is used by many of the top chess players around the world. It is easy to play with lot of variations for creativity. I hope that the insight and analysis gives you a better understanding of the opening and what to look for when you play.

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  1. Queen's Gambit is one of the best shows I've watched in years.
    Anya's superb acting was one reason.

  2. I remember when my teacher taught me the scholar's mate… I beat a guy in a tournament with it and he didn't even knew what was going on… I lost later against the Queen's Gambit… But i got to third place in a tournament of like 50 people so i felt pretty good about it

  3. I saw 8 minutes at the beginning and wasn't sure if I wanted to watch the whole thing but when it was over I was hoping there was more 😂

  4. Does black have to respond pawn to d5 for its first move?

  5. Netflix brought me here ♥️
    I love Harmon 💕❤️😘

  6. โอ้ ซีรี่ย์ เรื่องนี้. ตั้ง 11 ปีมาแล้ว 🙄🙄🙄.

  7. "You should never close your bishops in with your pawns." but has actually already demonstrated this at 1:53. Also curious about what to do with your bishop at 7:30 if black moves pawn to h6..

  8. Who's coming from Netflix "The Queen Gambit" ?

  9. Can someone explain, when white moves bishop to g5, can black just move pawn to g6?

  10. If black protects his pawn with his bishop. What White do ??

  11. Thanks for describing this in such a calm, thoughtful manner. Good teacher.

  12. What happens if they don't respond with pawn D5?

  13. Queens Gambit with "Beth Harmon" was totally mesmerising,,, binged it twice in 3 days. Sadly, this tutorial is crap!!!!

  14. Can you explain at the queens gambit declined if he theartens your bishop you moved to G5 with an pawn what is the best move there

  15. I thought this was the Queen Gambit trailer

  16. The Omnissiah AlphaZero has decided that this is the best opening move

  17. Anyone here because they love chess and not because of the Netflix show?

  18. chess is spoiled by such moves. someone who doesn't have a mind can just learn certain moves and have an advantage.

  19. 6:43 what if instead of moving the knight they just take the pawn on c4

  20. This almost NEVER works for me. They never play the way he said

  21. Question: You say that black put themselves at a disadvantage by closing in the bishop with pawn e6. Didn't you do that same thing (pawn e3) for white in the queen's gambit accepted variation? Why wouldn't you move pawn e4 to free both bishops?

  22. did anyone else learn about the queen's gambit on netflix from looking up THIS VIDEO?

  23. At 8:22 wouldn’t the black at 5d just take your white at 4c? Would you just protect that by moving the white forward?

  24. I’ve done this and never knew the name lol Thanks Netflix!

  25. At 7:50, why wouldn’t black just take on C4? If white plays E3, black can just defend with his knight. Is there something I’m not seeing?

  26. I always forget this opening so I always come back and check and in the past week the views rose from less than 1m to over 4, lol still my fav openings even tho i dont play chess

  27. I just played a game were the opponent played just like at the beginning of the video but I forgot the moves😭

  28. press like if you came here after watching netflix's Queen's Gambit

  29. So to make the Queen’s Gambit you have to start with pawn to d4 and RELY on your opponent to make pawn to d5?

  30. not giving up my pawns to a knight, not this early in the game, i am far more aggressive than losing pieces so early in the game.

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