Punishing 3 Most Common Chess Opening MISTAKES After 1.e4

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🔹 Most Common Chess Opening MISTAKE | Key Tactical Pattern – https://youtu.be/6SLL-9vz1LE
🔹 The BEST Chess Opening TRAP Against 1.e4 – https://youtu.be/qyt01xy_ytg

In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you the top 3 most common chess opening mistakes after 1.e4. These mistakes were made in over 4 million games, so you definitely need to know how to punish them.

These mistakes happen in the most common opening moves in amateur and club level players, which are 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6, arriving at the Two Knights Defense. The errors made by most players happen in this variation, and the Fried Liver Attack where White plays 4.Ng5, and also in the Italian Variation of the Four Knights Game which happens after White plays 4.Nc3.

Watch this video lesson so that you don’t make these opening mistakes yourself, and you also know how to punish your opponents when they play them.

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00:00 Top 3 Chess Opening Mistakes After 1.e4
00:56 Mistake-1: Two Knights Defense
02:18 Completely destroying White’s position
04:24 Mistake-2: Four Knights Game: Italian Variation
07:37 Most chess players make this mistake
08:29 Mistake-3: Fried Liver Attack
10:01 “Call an ambulance, but not for me”
10:54 White’s correct response

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