Halosar Trap: Chess Opening TRICK to Win Fast & PUZZLE |Best Checkmate Moves, Game Strategy & Ideas

Check out the Halosar Trap or the Ryder Gambit. This is another Chess Opening Trick to Win Fast. Plus, I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you. As you know, openings are the most exciting phase in the game of chess. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, moves and ideas that you can use to win more games. In this video, I will show you all the Traps in the Blackmar Diemer Gambit Opening. I will share with you some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate the black king in the first few moves. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against high-rated players.
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500 Comments

  1. White must play that pawn to c6 , white will win

  2. In the puzzle given you cannot win but make a draw by simply moving the pawn to c6,King takes knight stalemate

  3. The first trap is beautiful I really want to play that gambit on my friend awesome vid 🙂

  4. C6, leaves the king with only two possible moves. Now you have plenty of time to take the pawn in h3, promote your own and checkmate with your new queen in b7

  5. What if black queen place g4 instead of b4

  6. Pl. Stop giving caption which covers the board. It creates hindrance to understand the situation.

  7. Bro your new subscriber 💯🔥🔥🔥

  8. Simply love your cool tatics 🔥🔥🔥

  9. I have tried this strategy over & over again & every time after the queen moves up & takes the hanging pawn then I threaten his queen with my bishop he simply moves all the way back to his original square so I an no longer proceed using this technique. All good in theory though

  10. Who loves 'what this piece is doing on earth' 😅

  11. We should move c5 pawn front because King couldn't cut it as their would be a check by knight. If it wants to move on b6 it cant there will be check by pawn.And if it moves to c8 again check by knight

  12. I feel that black bishop To G4 right away attacking The white Queen taking pawn at f3 with knight support shuts the Ryder party down immediately Jeetendra .

  13. After we put our bishop on e3 to attack black queen it doesn't go to b4 or g4 square it goes to d7 square to protect their c7 pawn and g4 bishop that time the total plan had collapse sir due to losing our pawns and bishop skewers our rook and queen 😕

  14. Pawn to c6 is the best move because if king takes our knight then we push our king to g3 and that is a stalemate

  15. 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. d4 d6 5. O-O Be6 6. d5 Bg4 7. dxc6 bxc6 8. h3 *

  16. Move the pon one step up making a checkmate for the but the king will take the pon and then make it game over with the horse or the knight taking it

  17. In given puzzel there is no way for white to win this game but white can play stalemate by following way…

    Okay so first of all advance the pawn of C-file and give a check to black…
    Black have to capture the A7 knight with king…..(The consequences after playing king to A8 as a black are even worst for black)….

    So after black king captures the knight …place white king to G1 square

    Now black have only one legal move that is king to A8….
    From here white can simply move king in H1 and G1 squares….

    And black is left for no options….so black is also forced to move king in A8 and A7 squares…..so it will be draw after threefold repeatation…

    If black tries to bring bishop in the game then it will be stalemate on the spot…..

    Nice puzzle❤

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