6 Checkmate Traps | Chess Opening Tricks to Win Fast | Short Games, Moves, Tactics & Ideas

Here are 6 quick checkmate traps. Openings are exciting & 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 6 amazing chess games, where some really good players got checkmated in the opening. These traps are for both white & black in various opening variations. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. These short games will also help you in improving your tactics & give you some new ideas to win more games. 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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Traps Covered:
0:00 Quick Checkmate Traps Introduction
0:32 Game #1: A Trap in the Three Knights’ Opening
2:22 Game #2: A Trap in the French Defense
4:38 Game #3: A Trap in the Italian Game
6:40 Game #4: A Trap in the Phildor Defense
8:21 Game #5: A Trap in the Alekhine’s Defense
10:37 Game #6: A Trap in the Sicilian Defense
12:33 Chess Puzzle

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  1. the reason for resigining it is that we will move our e2 bishop to c4 and it is a check , obviously he will block it by his pawn on d6 to d5,then we will kill it by our bishop on c4 to d5 and he will replace it by his queen by moving it on d5 ,so then we will replace it by our queen by moving it on d5 and it is a check , then obviously he will block it by his pawn on e7 to e6 then we will replace it with by our queen by moving it on e6 and it is a check mate .

  2. First bishop to c4 check then the logical move is pawn to d5 then bishop captures d5 then capturing bishop is almost compulsory then queen captures queen then blocking 🚫 the check is the only move and then queen e6 checkmate – From Bangladesh 🇧🇩

  3. The answer of the puzzle is bishop to c4 and if pawn comes in between it is a checkmate of bishop to e6.

  4. What is the name of this chess app please tell me

  5. What if opponent not playing like this

  6. Bc4+ d5 Bxd5+ Qxd5 Qxd5+ e6 Qxe6#

  7. I am winner in all 4 chess championships, 2019,2020,2010,2008 all usa

  8. If you're learning Chess then don't watch these trap videos, go for knowledge and skills over this stupid thing. Useless, making people dumb.

  9. In last game he will resign because white bishop move to C4 and then chakemate

  10. its actually a mate in 1 moves bishop to c4

  11. in 12:13 why Nc6 didn't capture the white's Nd8 move???????

  12. bhai koi bi chess trick kaam ni aa sakti because infinite combination ban jate hai so khud hi practice kro or khud hi sikho

  13. White takes bishop e2 to c4 and that is the checkmate

  14. "Chess Talk, I've recently started watching your videos, and I'm already amazed by your dedication to teaching and your insightful analysis of opponents' intentions. Your videos are making complex chess moves feel easy to tackle, and I'm excited to learn more from you. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. You're quickly becoming an invaluable resource for chess enthusiasts like me. Keep up the excellent work!" 💗🙌🏻🔥🌸

  15. Sare apna apna level ( rank ) batao 🙃

  16. Lc4, d5, Dxd5, Dxd5, Lxd5, e6, Lxe6#

  17. White bishop C4 check
    Black pawn D5 blocking bishop from check
    White pawn takes pawn D5
    Black Queen takes knight d8
    White pawn D6 check by bishop
    Black pawn E6 blocking bishop from check
    White bishop takes pawn E6
    Check mate

  18. 12:14 the knight on d8 giving check can be captured by the knight on c6

  19. Chuthiya h kya tu Bhai apne hi hisab se trik bta Raha 😂😂

  20. white: BC4 check
    now balck have two possible to block check Pd5 annd pe6
    if with pE5 the bishop take pawn and its checkmate
    if with pd5 then
    white take pawn with bishop then black queen take bishop that's only one chance to black then
    white queen take black queen than its beautiful checkmate.

  21. All this trap works if opponent follows good or best moves🫥

  22. 4:05 the best move for white is actually Bc4, after which black’s queen is doomed. The threat will be to win the queen with a discovered check, and there’s no square the queen can go to that the knight can’t attack on its next move. For example, if the queen goes to G6, white simply plays Nf4+ and wins the queen via discovered check.

  23. 3:54 going to G6 is the biggest blunder you could make in this position. Said move results in a forced checkmate via

    1. Bd3+! Kh6
    2. Nf7#

    Or another variation is:

    1. Bd3+, Ne4
    2. Bxe4, Kf6
    3. Qf3#

  24. answer of last puzzle: Bc4+, d5, Bxd5+,Qxd5, Qxd5+, e6, Qxe6#

  25. The best trick is never under estimate your opponett

  26. White-Bishop C4 , black queen D5 , white queen d5, black-pawn-e6, white- queen e6

  27. Bc4check-Pd5

  28. Played thousands of game after watching this but win only one

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