Two Knights Defense Traps: Chess Opening Tricks to Win Fast |Best Checkmate Moves, Strategy & Ideas

Here are some amazing Chess Opening Tricks & Traps to Win Fast in the Two Knights Defense variation. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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 2 Knights Defense Chess Opening Variation. It is also called the Two Knights Defense Trap. I will share with you some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves. These secret tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before.

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  1. The best move is g5+ and then we can play Ra5 pinning and winning the Bishop and later on we can promote the pawn on g5 easily so white is completely winning

  2. I the above puzzle the best move would be Ra5 after which black will play Be8to avoid check mate in h5 square,but white will move the Rook to h5 anyhow to give check and then the only move for black is Bxh5 but now g5 is the winning move for white

  3. puzzle: it's white's turn so we simply push our g4 pawn and gives check to black king , black king has only one square left which is h5, so after h5 we can simply took up black's h7 pawn by rook and gives check again . And this is the big advantage for white , white can simply push his pawn and convert it into a queen. One bishop can not do anything without any support so white has simply won

  4. Isn’t pawn a5 checkmate? If not can someone please explain why everyone is saying Ra5?

  5. Move pawn to G5, check … black king can only move to H5, then castle takes pawn, check … after that it will be easy for white pawn to get promoted, and at the very least black will need to sacrifice bishop to prevent this

  6. You all wrong because the Bishop has chance move to e8 if the white rook move to h5 . The Bishop can attack the rook

  7. Why wouldn’t white capture the pawn on D5 using the bishop instead?..

  8. Puzzla:Rook to a5 and black is in Zugzwang his only legal moves are to move the bishop he moves to e8 to prevent mathe but we play rook to h5 and after bishop takes g5 is simply a checkmate

  9. Rook to a5 then pawn to g5 is a beautifully smothered checkmate


  11. Been watching many chess tutorials last month this is by far the best theacher I've come across thanks man ur appreciated

  12. the greatest move white ( according to the puzzle is Rook to a5 because the Bishop is the only piece which is most active for the Black… 🖤✴

  13. For solution I would say:
    g5+ Kh5 (only option)
    Rxh7+ Kg4 (only option)
    To prevent captureing our rook:
    Rh8 Bd3
    g6 Bxg6
    Kxg6 Kf3 (or f4)
    And now starts the slow cornering with the Rook and King until it is a beatiful checkmate.
    At the point he lost the pawn he had no chance for winning so probably he will sacrifie the Bishop to prevent promotion. And blacks only hope is a repetative move stalemate.
    If black don't sacrifice at g6 then Oawn goes forward and promotes in the defense of the Rook. If black takes Queen Rokk takes Bishop and again Rook+King Checkmate. If black still not sacrifice Bishop, White gets an ultimate upper hand and wins easily.

  14. It is g5 because the white king is controling the g6 square and our rook is guarding the f7 square and this is a beautiful checkmate and thanks for sharing many video and fun puzzles.

  15. Rook to g5 thertening to take Bishop and rook to a 5 check mate

  16. 1) g5 check
    2) kh5 only one option
    3) Rh7 check
    Then pramot the pawn

  17. The subtitles in the video are obstructing the board

  18. Genius. My son beats me with this white opening all the time. Now I have a solid defender

  19. Rook to A5 to try to checkmate black on h5. Black will play Bc8 to protect that square. Then we will sacrifice our rook on c8. Black can only take rook with his bishop as it is a forced move. Then we will checkmate him by pushing our pawn.😊

  20. Puzzle answer- Ra5, Be8, Rh5+, Bxh5, g5#

  21. Move your pawn up obviously black will move down then you use your rook to kill the pawn and check mate

  22. In 90s : King's Safety

    In 20s : King Development

  23. I found the answer to this puzzle! It's a mate in two or three moves. The first move is… Rook a5! Black can only move his bishop, but once he moves, you are also threatening checkmate on h5. Black will have to move his bishop to e8 to cover this threat. But we don't care. We will play Rook h5 check anyway! Black has no option but to take with the bishop. But now, we have the killer move…Pawn to g5 mate! It's a beautiful checkmate just by a pawn!

    Also, in the beginning, when we play Rook a5, if black moves his bishop anywhere other than e8, then we just play Rook h5, and that is a beautiful checkmate!

  24. Rook attack the bishop by going down and after the bishop moves rook moves forward checkmating him

  25. Subtitles are an obstructing view of down pawns , please reduce the or avoid subtitles

  26. Rg1,be8,g4 check king h4, after that white simple wins

  27. g5+-kh5-Rxh7+-
    kg4-g6-Bc4-g7 white win

  28. g5+ Kh5 Rxh7+ Kg4 Rf7 Bc4 g6 Bxf7 Kxf7 Kf5 f7 K(anywhere) f8(queen)

  29. a2 looked good for the puzzle, i just didn't realize that black can block the threat

  30. These are nice tricks; however, by far, the most common move by white is 6.c3, not 6.d6 – even among amateurs.

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