Chess Opening TRICK to Confuse Your Opponents After 1.e4

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will teach you how to confuse your opponents in the opening stage with a confusing chess opening trick. After the standard opening moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6, most players play 3.Bb5 going for the Ruy Lopez, or 3.Bc4 going for the Italian Game. But there’s a tricky alternative.

You may play 3.Nc3 which is known as the Three Knights Game and it usually leads to a calm, positional game of chess. BUT, you have something very unexpected for your opponents.

You will learn how to trick your opponents after the most common replies of Black 3…Bc5 and 3…Nf6 which leads to the Four Knights Game.

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00:00 Confusing Chess Opening for White
00:14 3.Nc3 – Three Knights Game
00:55 Line-1: 3…Bc5, Black’s mistake
02:46 Can you find the winning move?
04:30 If Black correctly plays Bd6
07:30 If Black plays 4…Bxf2+
09:39 Line-2: 3…Nf6, Four Knights Game
11:13 Transforming from Petrov’s Defense

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