Ponziani Opening TRAPS | Chess Tricks to WIN Fast | Brilliant Moves, Tactics, Ideas & Strategy

Ponziani Opening Traps – There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win fast. In this chess video, I will show you some secret ponziani variations that you can use to win more games. Most of these traps are for white & there is one line for black as well. This can be fun to try against your friends & opponents who have not seen such traps before. We will cover ponziani countergambit, ponziani steinitz gambit & jaenisch counterattack. This can be very effective against beginner & intermediate level players (almost 80% players fall for these traps). I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.

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  1. answer to the puzzle
    white: sacrifice your bishop be moving it to f7
    black: queen x f7
    white: queen to c8 checkmate
    however if he does not take the bishop with the queen because he notices the checkmate but there is no way he can save his queen he can avoid the checkmate with something like knight to c6 but that only avoids it for a few moves and you a lot of advantage in material as well as position
    there is a forced checkmate possible in this puzzle

  2. Bishop take on e7.queen goes on c8. This is 'chackmate'

  3. Check by queen.
    He has to take queen
    Double check by bishop and rook
    He will move king back
    Final check by rook

  4. You are done when a Grandmaster sacrifices their queen.

  5. But opponent is part of the 20% who doesn't fall for it. 🙁

  6. Bf7 bishop sacrifice…. Nxt move Rc10 checkmate🔥

  7. i love this channel. IMO Ponziani not seen much at lower levels. I tried about 50 games and never got to play beyond first few moves. It would be interesting to do a video on the most rewarding opening to learn in depth for low-level players. IMO it is probably the Italian as you get to see the first 6-7 moves / variations all the time. Thanks for the great content and presentation.

  8. Bishop – f7 and queen c8 and it will be a checkmate

  9. 4 months ago i learnt the czech pirc from watching one of your videos. Which got me to 1600 from 900. Now im stuck and back again for learning a solid opening with white. Lets hope this works

  10. B f7, Black's queen is forced to take and then Q c8 and it's a checkmate

  11. Queen to C8 king has to take queen then bishop to E6 black has only one legal move king to D8 then rock to C8 checkmate

  12. Puzzle answer is Bishop to d3
    Pawn can capture Bishop
    Then queen to c8 is check mate

  13. Please remove the subtitles, it's blocking the view.

  14. Jeetendra, your videos are the best. Very clear and concise! I have learned much. Thank you!

  15. Queen check from C8, king take Queen. bishop check from e6 double check then King move d8, Rook check from C8 checkmate!

  16. Bishop to F7 (if Quin captures bishop)
    Quin to C8 (Check Mate)

  17. Qf8+ king takes Q bd6+ ke8 Rf8 checkmste

  18. puzzle:queen, [c8](king is forced to take, bishop[e6] (double check with bishop and rook) rook,[c8] CHECKMATE

  19. "if he takes the pawn, then he is gone" -jeetendra advani

  20. what if the knight is on e5 and he moves the pawn to f6

  21. B×f7 , Rc8 or Qc8 is a checkmate even if he blocks with Nc6 we can take his queen then pawn takes bishop and queen takes pawn

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