Best Chess Opening Against 1.d4 | Queen’s Gambit for Black

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The Queen’s Gambit is one of the most classical, solid chess openings for Black. It was played by pretty much all the world champions, including Magnus Carlsen, Bobby Fischer, and Garry Kasparov.

This solid chess opening will serve you for lifetime; it works from beginner to advanced level, even to the level of world champions. Additionally, you secure yourself from any early opening tricks and attacks by your opponent.

Hopefully, it will be easier for you to play this opening after this video as GM Igor Smirnov is going to give a complete overview of all the opening moves and common middlegame plans.

► Chapters

00:00 How to Play Against 1.d4 as Black
00:50 How to Play the Queen’s Gambit as Black
01:48 h6 to push White’s Bg5
03:18 1) If White plays cxd5
04:37 Attack in the center with c5
07:36 Mysterious, but BEST move for Black
09:31 Understanding chess like a PRO
10:23 If White avoids dxc5, plays 0-0
12:55 2) If White avoids cxd5, plays Bd3
13:45 Keep the b7-g2 diagonal open for bishop
14:58 3) White’s most principled variation
16:01 Simple way for a balanced position

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