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. I'm confused about one exchange in #6 – why wouldn't the black knight take the white knight at d8 on the second check? Seems like a blunder for white to check rather than take the rook, and that the only reason he won was because white missed the capture on d8

  2. Sir please make Hindi chess video😅😅🙏🙏

  3. I support you bro for 10,00000❤❤❤❤❤

  4. Jab me chases khealne Maths hu e sare tricks bol jatha hu

  5. But in game 5 in the last moment bishop c to e6 capturing the pawn would have also been played which will prevent checkmate
    and night taking bishop is still equal as white sacrified the bishop at first

  6. Doakan saya sebab saya nak waking sekolah

  7. its mate in 2 moves , Bc4 -> e6 -> Be6 -> checkmate

  8. Im gonna subscribe and like all your videos you deserve it keep it up

  9. How the F@#£ do u copy these routines when they can play a million different moves

  10. Bc4 for white winning moves

  11. 2 game is not check mate the knight can kill the queen 😅

  12. believe it or not you can win most of the games with french defence without even letting your opponents know

  13. One move mate – black e2 to c4 locking king

  14. I'm literally that stupid who repeats same mistake again and again even watching all these tricks🤧🤧🚶

  15. 8:42 wouldn't give a direct check with the white bishop to b5 end the game with checkmate

  16. Hi. Thanks for the videos. I have a question on the 12:15 min, you did a wrong move with the black. You should not move the king but eat the white knight with the black night and there is no checkmate here. 😊 (C6 to D8)

  17. You won't remember these tricks in game 😂😂

  18. Sir can you tell the most appropriate chess opening

  19. Brooo this is effective whenever i play a game i always win

  20. We will win the last game because of white House Bishop F1

  21. 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 .

  22. 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 🇧🇩

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

  24. What if opponent not playing like this

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

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