The Most Aggressive Chess Opening (+Halosar Trap)

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will share with you one of the best chess openings that you can use when playing Internet blitz games. It is the Blackmar–Diemer Gambit, which follows the move order: 1.d4 d5 2.e4.

At first, it may seem like a not so sound idea for White, but when you’re playing online chess (blitz games) in order to win the game, you need to create problems for your opponent. Even the world champion, Magnus Carlsen, says “People crack under pressure… you’ve got to create those problems for your opponents”.

And one of the best ways for you to create such problems for your opponent early on in the game is to play a gambit. Because gambits always give you an extra tempo for development as well as a bunch of open lines and diagonals, which you can later use to attack your opponent.

In the following video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov has also explained the Halosar Trap from this gambit, which follows this move order: 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3 exf3 5.Qf3.

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150 Comments

  1. This looks like a real fun line to play out. I will have to try this one out

  2. I don't know what to do when black plays pawn to c6

  3. Between Queen to E4 and Bishop to G4 is much strongest move for the opponent since if the white Queen captured the night A6 then the Bishop G4 opponent can recaptured first the Rook D1 then, it can be a normal move or possible move for the opponent, the variation is not equal besides the position

  4. Great gambit really. Thanks for the video.

  5. it seems like the danish gambit but on the other side.. strange

  6. What is the key to seeing all those complex moves ahead?

  7. What about if he play f4 instead of knight.??

  8. So many delightful variations of the game, Igor. It appears so simple and elegant with moves. The only one question that have is how to remember all those openings because sometimes takes so many games just to get some one in trap. Nevertheless, all is good, прекрасный английский и очень интересное объяснение. Игорь, ещё к вам нескромный вопрос. Если у меня в среднем 1,500 рейтинг, я знаю ещё пока низкий, но как узнать при каком разряде какой соответствует рейтинг?

  9. Hello Igor, I must say I find it difficult to believe that any half decent player would bring his/ her queen out with no support let alone so early in the game without the idea of developing his pieces in the conventional way

  10. Hmm …
    I am the Philippines.
    Though I was a bit too late to learn to play chess until I was inspired me to go back in the board game again … with of course giving credit to the Netflix's The Queen's Game led by Anya Taylor-Joy aka Beth Harmon.

    As I came across with this video, I came to realized that like me needs to rehash more to improve what was lost in my younger years … my love and interest playing the board game.

    I felt more inspired how you deal with options you gave which seem proved more credible to topple the opponent.

    Just to let you know, from now on, you wil be my light to my winning games forward. I will take note that all the lessons you have, the videos you have, will be a part of my plan to further my knowledge, as I greatly appreciate sincerely your
    contribution to awaken my old stacked memory. Hahaha
    Just to let you know, I am now past 70's and retired but not down and out.

    I am giving this one … a 21 gun salute ! More Power !
    Do notify me well for some updates. Stay safe. 😍😍😍

  11. Found another elegant checkmate in two at 8:30. Simply, Qc6. Nd7 Qd7 mate

  12. Are you kidding me the second puzzle the white queen to c6 is a checkmate 😂

  13. good video but the subtitle is annoying. hope you watch your own video and see if it can be removed

  14. Wow really helped me alot in Chess Royale. Thanks Igor!

  15. That is for this video, um just trying to I prove and get to 1000 rating on chess.com, I suck rn and am at 600ish…

  16. There was another checkmate at 8:35 which involves without loosing queen. Queen to c6 check then black got no move but knight to d7 and the queen to d7 capturing knight checkmate.

  17. what If he doesn't take with the queen on d4 at the start?

  18. For the reply of Be3 if black played Qd8 to prevent long castling how white will exploit. Pls explain.
    Anyway nice aggressive opening

  19. Great videos easy to follow good explanations

  20. English sub titles/ scrolling are blocking the chess board.

  21. Of course, black can play French or Caro Kann on move two.

  22. I play this trap often and from it I have developed my own gambit , it's like a reverse englund gambit .

  23. Whats that an app or website please help me guys

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  25. 6:23 why not A2 to A3 pressuring black's queen and therefore E3 to C5,forming the checkmate?

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