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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  1. WRe7, bqe7, wrh8, bke7 or bkg7, wqe7, bke7, wrb8. Now white is left with a room and black only have pawns.

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  4. My answer: White play Rxe7(check), Black plays Qxe7, White plays Rxg8 check(check), Black can either play Kd7 or Kf7(both cases results to to the same outcome), White plays Qxe7, Black recaptures with the king, and then White plays Rxb8. This results in a winning endgame for white as white is up a rook.

  5. This video really helped me, and with this video I won my inter school chess competition and against such a guy, who won 3 conscutive inter school competitions

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  7. Answer RΓ—e7is a check and when they play king they're queen is gone,they'll just play QΓ—e7 then we will play RΓ—g8 they're rook is gone,they has to play king they're another rook is gone and white is winning.

  8. I’m new to chess but wouldn’t it be better to move your bishop to e5 to get the easy queen? I noticed this at 2:09

  9. lol your subscribers are idiots. The puzzle's solution is the move Rxe7+. The opponent's King could move to either d8 or f8, but doing so would result in the loss of the black Queen, therefore the most logical move for black to play is Qxe7. White plays Rg8+.

    Black's options are to, a) Use the Queen to block the check …b) Move the king to safety. Black's first option loses a Queen, so the best moves in the position are either Kd7 or Kf7.

    It does not matter which of these moves black elects to play for his fate has already been decided. Qxe7+ …Kxe7 white trades the queens off the board & after the move Rxb8, he wins material & he will most probably win the game as well soon.

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