Simple & Powerful Opening for White – London System | Best Chess Moves, Strategy, Tricks & Ideas

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London System – Here’s a simple & powerful opening strategy for white, which can help you beat your opponents & win more chess games. These chess opening plans, moves, tactics, tricks and ideas, will help you advance to a really solid middlegame. We’ll look at the London system and all the best moves in different variations – Basic London, Jobava London, when to transpose into e5 openings, when to transpose into the Queen’s gambit etc. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Chapters:
0:00 Chess Openings – Introduction
0:11 What is the London system?
0:37 How to play the London system as White?
2:12 Ideal London setup for white
4:32 About Babbel
5:48 Main ideas in the London
6:47 London against early c5 line
8:38 London against Bishop f5 (Copycat line)
9:12 London against Knight c6
9:52 London against King’s Indian
11:31 Chess Puzzle

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160 Comments

  1. I like this moves. My name is Neeraj. Rameshmani is my father name. Mail is coming as Rameshmani. Thank you 😊

  2. i was a queen's gambit player and i switched to the london and now i am losing so many games should i look for another opening or just keep my london and learn more abt it

  3. If black castli to queen side in London opening then…??

  4. chess puzzle – 1 Qxe7+ , Qxe7 -2 Rxg8+ , Ke7 -3 Rxb8

  5. I was playing London and black didn't castleπŸ˜…

  6. Thanks Jitendra sir, your voice is clear and quite impressive, and I love the way you teach.

  7. Sir subtitles is disturbing in the middle

  8. Puzzle: I have a different answer than others. I say we go d5 and attack the queen. If he moves his queen to f5 or takes on d5 queen d2 is a mate. If he plays any thing else, he loses his queen.

  9. how many of you came here after seeing " Lazy " word 🀣

  10. Wow..
    This has worked wonderfully during middle game..πŸ‘

  11. No chess player really want to wach this video because every chess player admit himself as a smart not lazy😁

  12. Looks like its trash and boring to do but it is a demon when u play alomg with THIS system

  13. can you make a video on how to not get confused of Italian opening beacouse i will all ways get confused of it and nice video

  14. 1

    Rxe7+

    Qxe7

    2

    Rxg8+

    Kf7

    3

    Rxb8

    Qxb4

    4

    axb4

  15. Whatever you said your words appears on the board so we are unable see the board clearly so remove the words from board we are unable to see the prices clearly

  16. What if the black moves c6 that will directly caputres center pawn

  17. Do you run on a chess board???? what is a lazy chess player???😑

  18. Rxe7+, Qxe7, Rxg8+, Kd7, Qxe7+, Kxe7, Rxb8 white is winning

  19. Rxe7…black will be left with just pawns and white will still have a rook left.

  20. Puzzle solution according to me
    Rook takes Knight, then black queen to rook is forced. The queen that was defending the rook is moved second white rook can take black rook and give check to King. Black can not block with sweety as it will be in white queen way so moving black king is forced. Then white rook can simply take the second black rook and end up with huge material advantage. From there it's very simple for white to win.

  21. What an irony, you sponsor Babbel while you can barely speak English yourself XDDD

  22. the queen and the knight is guarding the g8 square so first we move Pawn to d5 to threaten the queen, he can protect the queen with 2 options by directly with queen or with knight. if he decides to protect with queen then knight gone and checkmate with queen and if he decides to play knight to d5 then we take the rook at g8 it's a check and if he moves his king to d7 or f7 then boom another rook and if he try it with his queen then queen gone and in next move rook at b8 gone. And the counter to this is queen's sacrifice from black and taking 2 rooks from white.

  23. nice analysis of the opening I use most as white.

  24. Just got defeated by this shit , and you tube suggested me this video

  25. You need to work on your French "r" sound in merci. See Learn French With Alexa and Comme Une Française on YouTube for pronunciation tips (it's very hard at first to use the glottal sounds, it helps to have a video).

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