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In this video lesosn, GM Igor Smirnov will be sharing with you the top 10 most aggressive chess openings. Some of these openings are real killers that give you significant odds of winning early in the game.

He will be covering a variety of openings in this video, starting with the world champion Magnus Carlsen’s favorite one, that he plays in his blitz games. Let us know in the comments below which one if your favorite.

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Playing an opening based on understanding is great. Nowadays, we are swamped with opening lines that can go over 30 or 40 moves. Many of us are not chess professionals, so finding the time to study them is indeed challenging.

With this course you’ll learn aggressive ideas on some of the most common openings (not sidelines) which have withstood the test of time. Arm yourself with an intimidating repertoire based on all these aggressive openings!

From this course, you’ll learn:

βœ”οΈ Aggressive ideas For BOTH White and Black
βœ”οΈ Attacking ideas WITHOUT having to memorize lots of lines
βœ”οΈ Sound ideas that can be implemented even for classical games
βœ”οΈ Vigorously play with either colour!

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  1. absolutely love the content! I think alot of users would prefer you actually show the answers to the tricks/questions instead of saying to put them in the comments. alot of content creators will pause for like 5-10 seconds then show the moves which is best for beginners and more advanced players. just a thought!

  2. Losing the right to castle is a huge disadvantage not sure how your position is winning if you have been forced to move the king trapping a castle which will take multiple moves to develop in my experience that small disadvantage has lost me the game on a few occasions

  3. Qxd6 loosing the knight, can't take queen with the pawn because of the checkmate Bxf7

  4. At 8:15 it's queen takes d6 and after black takes with the pawn, bishop to f7 is a checkmate

  5. Can someone suggest me a solid opening for white and black? I am 700 in and can steadily solve upto 1300 in puzzle rush.

  6. Yes Mr Smirnov, I love these "tricky opening" videos. So far they've given me some great options and a chance to expand my repertoire

  7. 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  8. 8:07 Qxd6! (removing the {N} defender), cxd6 (to prevent white Q from capturing black N on e7 {#}); Bxf7#

  9. Love these types of down to earth, practical videos, thank you!

  10. Sacrifice the queen on d6 removing the defender. Say Muahhahahhahh. Mate with the bishop on f7.

  11. Request: how to refute over-aggressive openings.

  12. in the urusoc gambit puzzle when black played Bb7 then the best move for white is 1) Qxd6 cxd6 2) Bxf7 #

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