4.4 Million Players – SAME MISTKAE ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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  1. This video is so on point I didnโ€™t understand how time passed. Instant subscribe!

  2. The real mistake is to take the black knight, after it takes your pawn and then moving your bishop. You can lure the king out with your bishop as you say, but not right away.

  3. chess vibes: 4.4 million make this mistkae
    4.4 million people: he makes a mistkae and not a mistake

  4. The bishop's move Fc4, reputed to be bad for White, is an asset for those who want to run the show and lead the offensive.
    Especially with the Halloween Gambit and the White Knight's sacrifice xe5 !

  5. Found the line, full of great moves and a great defensive position for black while winning a bishop. Yes it's crazily risky and scary

  6. What if after pawn to d5 the black king-side knight takes the pawn on e4? This is threatening a knight or the fork if he goes to f2. I took with the knight on c3 but it didn't play out well. None of the commentators talk about this regarding this gambit. Am I missing the proper response?

  7. Y'know what… It's almost Halloween, I better learn this Halloween Gambit!

  8. The Italian Four Knights Game is not a mistake, quite embarrassing to think that a National Chess Master would think that it is.

  9. I dint understand the haloween gambit lol.

  10. Just tried it and wow it worked like a charm. Im only 300 elo but it was a very solid game. Ill def be adding this to the bag of tricks.

  11. Everytime I got 4 knights game I head straight to sacrificing my knight on E5

  12. That crazy move for black is bishop b4

  13. Pawn to D3 would be the crazy move to mess everything up

  14. In the Belgrade Gambit, what about the move of black sacrificing their queen to take the knight at g5, you take it with your bishop.. and then what? It feels tricky after this.

  15. As an alekhine's defense player i have seen this a lot and its such a good feeling when they make this mistake

  16. That's why I've been learning Ruy Lopez since I was 1000 Elo, and now I'm 1600 Elo even though I started playing chess about a year ago.

  17. It's not a mistake guys. The mistake is taking his knight…

  18. 4.4 Million Players – SAME MISTKAE ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  19. The most common mistake in chess is actually 1) d4

  20. crazy move on 7:11 is pawn d3. if the queen takes then black's knight is unpinned; if the pawn takes you check with the bishop, and trade with the knight and now allowing queen e7; if white blocks with the bishop, black can either take the bishop or the knight with queen g5. if white goes queen to e3 then you can just go queen g5 and trade pieces.

  21. 1480 raiting here. I found the d3 "crazy move" potentially leading to the royal fork. Guess that is the only thing they can do other than thinking passively.

  22. The fried liver truly is crying in the corner

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  24. I always play this move in the 4 knights๐Ÿ˜…

  25. I don't make that mistake I like stockfish opening which is bishop b5

  26. 1:37 Nope, this is a drawish position according to stockfish, its top suggestions is O-O, d4 and Qe2
    7:10 This "Crazy Move" seems to be d3 and the reasoing behind this is that you sacriface the pawn for a lot of tempo followed by a couple moves of danger levels and then reverse the attack back on white or to move the king, unless you instead do "Qxd3", then it is just some tempo and a little bit of tactics that follow.

  27. thank you, ive been stuck sub 400. and seeing things like this helped me rethink my moves. instead of just moving to move in the opening a specific way. now i pressure & look to protect. now im winning against 500+ rated players and my elo is raising.

  28. I have made that mistake over a 100 times.๐Ÿ˜‚

  29. i first saw it in paul morphy's game as black

  30. at 7:44 why cant the queen just capture the whihte knight on g5?

  31. 7:09 The crazy move is for black to do Pawn D3 which threatens the queen but can also be captured by the pawn

    White's best response is to capture it their pawn and then black will play Knight D4.

    # This forces the white queen to remove the pin on the knight, if they think they are sneaky and move the white queen to E3 you will notice that there is a queen, rook, king fork on c2.

    So instead, white's best move is to play Queen H5 check to desperately hang on.

    Black will play Pawn G6 to block the check.

    White will drop back 1 square to h4.

    # If Black ever for some reason decides to capture your knight on G5, just recapture it with Bishop Takes G5.

    Black will play c6, threatening a knight.

    White will capture the black knight with Pawn Takes E4.

    Black will capture the white knight with Pawn Takes D5.

  32. Either I'm doing something wrong or this clearly doesn't work as tried it now four times and every person started with this and IV got smashed in every game

  33. Why not Black Queen takes Knight G5?

    Funny when ever I watch the videos from this person, he never talks about the alternatives that I see and play. This is only my second video of his, most likely my moves are the worst of he doesn't even meantime them! ๐Ÿ˜ณ

  34. I think the line he didnโ€™t want to talk about was 7โ€ฆd3 8. cxd3 Nd4 9. Qh5+ f6 10. Qh4 c6 11.dxe4 cxd5 12.exd5 Bg7 (13. Qg3 O-O 14. d6) 13. Kd1 h7 14. Nf3. With the option for black to go Nf3 or Qxh4. Both of which leave black in a better position.

  35. Iโ€™m interested in the โ€œcrazy moveโ€ for black on the second example

  36. Hello, I have an argument about the bishop sacrifice you said was wrong. Please educate me on how Iโ€™m wrong if I am. At 2:08, instead of castling, you could play pawn to d4, threatening to trade material in order for center control and develop your queen. If h8 comes instead of takes, just move knight to e8. No? Anyone please correct me if Iโ€™m wrong. And upvote if youโ€™re wondering as well

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