King’s Gambit: Chess Opening Strategy, Moves & Ideas to WIN More Games | Accepted Variation

King’s Gambit Accepted – Here’s a surprise chess opening strategy where white gambits his kingside pawn to open up the game & gain center control. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win more games. In this video, I will show you some common opening variations & tactical ideas for both white & black pieces in the King’s Gambit Accepted line. I will also share with you some important concepts & strategies to follow in your games. It’s a really aggressive opening & a good one to try on the chessboard, especially in Blitz or Bullet games. Bobby Fischer, Morphy & Andersen played this opening quite successfully in the romantic era of chess. You will also learn how to counter this opening as black when someone tries this opening against you – Fischer’s Defense. These are some amazing variations to fool your opponent & checkmate him in the first few moves. These openings will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who are not prepared for this opening. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that. I will cover King’s Gambit Declined variation in another video.

Video Timestamps:
0:00 King’s Gambit: Introduction & Setup
1:44 Who should play the King’s Gambit?
2:24 Chess Talk Members Tournaments
3:11 King’s Gambit Accepted – Main line
4:35 Main Strategy & Ideas for White
5:44 Best Defense for Black – Fischer’s Defense
8:44 Main Strategy & Ideas for Black
9:16 Chess Puzzle

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  1. Knight d7 then knight down the queen checkmate game ends

    Best continuation:-
    1. Ng4 bxf6
    2. Nxf6+ Kh8/ Kg7
    3. Ne8+(discovered) Kg8
    and then Nxc7.

    Net: White +6

    Edit: Thanks for the heart from Jeetendra Sir

  3. I jumped from 1400 to 1900 in a month just by using kings gambit its insane

  4. what a analyses men….😁white can checkmate early

  5. Knight to g6 if he takes next move queen to h8 if he doesnt take rook or bishop

  6. How about at 6:25 instead of the knight going back to home square, we play Ng5, if h6, Nxf7 sacrifice with compensation. If f6, Bxf4, followed by Bc4, Qe2.

  7. Knight to f7 if rook takes queen to h8 king has nothing to do if king takes the bishop check if moved to left then also queen check

    Again if rook doesn't takes and goes to left Knight to h6 check king moves left queen to h8 a out standing check mate

  8. Sir plz dnt kip word caption as it spoils the scenario of the game

  9. If another person plays any other move.. whole game u are referring becomes 0

  10. Queen H8, KxH8, Knight xF7 is double check and King move to G8 finally Knight move to H6 check and mate

  11. Why castle on min 4.15
    White is attacking that side heavily

  12. I have a doubt…
    If we move our bishop to c4 and black plays d5 or b5 what should we do?

  13. The best move is..secrefice queen for white…bcoz after it's black chackmate

  14. Knight goes to d7
    Balck' s Queen forced to clear the knight ht
    And the queen goes for the cheek on g7

  15. He looks a bit like Ashneer Grover😂😂

  16. Puzzle ans:
    Qg7+(check then he hs to take with king)
    Ng4+(check from Bb2(bishop) only legal move for opponents queen is g8 or His bishop to f6 nd from my bishop taking his bishop its the same thing)

  17. Q to g7, king is forced to take Q, then knight to g4 and check by bishop from b2, K steps back to g8, then knight to h6 is a beautiful checkmate.

  18. 1) knight to d7 then black will a attack white queen.
    2) capture that black bishop with white knight at f6 it would check than king will have to move.
    3)now move the rook at e8 it would be check from white bishop and we can capture black queen

  19. Sir,the best move is at first knight to g4 then the bishop will take the queen then you take the bishop by knight at h6 then its a check then the queen has two options first to h8 then move the knight to g4 its a check for the king he will move to g8 the give the knight to h6 then you win ..let move to second option if he move to g7 the the knight to g4 its a check the only option is g8 the the knight to h6 you win the game😙

  20. 1. Qh8+?!! Kxh8
    (sacrifice the Queen for mate net)

    2. Nxf7+! Kg8
    (double check, king must move,
    only one escape square for king)

    3. Nh6 #
    (Checkmate, solved under 1 min)

  21. 1. White:Knight g4
    2. Black: bishop capture queen f6
    3. White: knight h6 +
    4. Black: king h8
    5. White: bishop f6#

  22. The moves to play in the final position for white are simply:
    queen checks black on h8
    Black king captures on h8
    Double check to black by capturing the pawn on f7
    Black king moves back to g8 and finally, knight checkmates black king by simply going to h8#

  23. Best move for white is knight to d7 black queen d7 capturing white knight then white queen g7 and a wonderful checkmate

  24. Can you please tell me how do you gain so much knowledge about chess gambits,traps,openings

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