Most Chess Players Overlook This Tactic (Universal Opening Trap)


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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you the most common chess tactical pattern in the opening stage. This “Queen Jump” tactics is overlooked by most chess players.

Most importantly, this tactical pattern occurs in many different openings; therefore, it is a universal opening trap, and knowing it will help you win a lot of games very quickly!

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00:00 Most Common Chess Tactic in Opening Stage
00:20 200K+ players overlook this tactical pattern
02:40 Queen Jump Tactics: Qd5, attacking f7 and more
04:18 Example-3: Danish Gambit
05:09 Example-4: Four Knights Game, Italian Variation
07:20 Example-5: Bishop’s Opening, Symmetrical Variation
10:04 Example-6: Philidor Defense

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