Top 10 Traps in the Lucchini Gambit | Chess Opening Tricks, Moves, Strategy & Tactics to Win Fast

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In this chess video, you will learn top 10 crazy traps in the Lucchini Gambit. There are various chess opening tricks, strategies, gambits, moves, tactics and ideas that you can use to win fast. We’ll look at the most beautiful traps for black (infact, in one of the variations, you can win in 8 moves), and also the best strategy for white to avoid falling for these traps. There are many variations in the Lucchini Gambit & it can also be reached via Rousseau gambit from the Italian Game (Giuoco Piano). This video is a tutorial on the best traps for black pieces in the most popular variations, and refutation for white pieces. The objective is that you don’t fall for these opening traps & use these tactics to gain an early advantage against your opponent. If you’re a beginner or an intermediate level player, these secret tips and tricks will help you in winning chess games against your friends & other players who have not seen such traps before. I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Chapters:
0:00 Lucchini Gambit Traps for Black
0:34 Chess Trap #1
0:57 Chess Trap #2
1:36 Chess Trap #3
1:48 Chess Trap #4
2:18 Chess Trap #5
2:45 Chess Trap #6
3:25 Chess Trap #7
3:49 Protect your privacy
4:55 Summary (Main line)
5:18 Chess Trap #8
5:43 Chess Trap #9
6:10 Chess Trap #10
7:22 Best Strategy for White
8:43 Chess Puzzle

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  1. For the puzzle: Rd8+ Qxd8 Qe6+ Kh7 Rxh6 gxh6 Qf7#

  2. Variation 1-Rd8+ Qxd8 Qe6+ Kh7 Rxh6+ gxh6 Qf7#
    Variation 2-Rd8+ Kh7 Rxh6+ gxh6 Qe7+ Kg6 h5#

  3. Thank you bro for this trap this is one of the most common opening and it helped us alot.

  4. Because of you I learned many tricks
    Thank You so much
    I have become way better in chess now because of you

  5. Puzzle Answer:
    Queen to b3 check
    he would protect I with queen
    Capture Queen and it is a checkmate

  6. Instead of putting the knight to C6, I play pawn to D7. It too helps a lot. Btw my chess rating is 1250 now.. And I'm glad I found your channel today. I'll learn some new tricks

  7. 2:02 why Bg4 and not Bxh3 bcz white can't take bishop with the pawn as it is pined to the king and if Kxh3 then Qg4 is mate and there is no way white can stop mate, Qh1 looks like it can stop mate but Qg3 would be a beautiful checkmate

  8. Love him…thnx jeetendra sir❤
    Surely this channel is going to reach real heights❤

  9. Sir you are a great teacher. I started playing chess when I was 8, with the rating of 158, but today I am 12 years and the rating is almost around 1672, playing chess with dad and these great lessons from your channel, made me a nice player. Thanks Sir!

  10. Sir Please upload Pragganandha vs Magnus latest match….

  11. Rd8+, Q×d8 ,Qe6+,Kh7, R×h6,g×h6, and finally Qf7 mate

  12. I'm little weak as black in chess, thanks for such great opening!!
    Please next time tell us about Latvian which has similar line.

  13. 1:44 "As you can see we're absolutely crushing with these mating tactics…"

    Me an non-chess player: Hmmmmmmmmm

  14. At 0:35, Instead of knight b5 what to do with bishop b5 ? Looks like we will loose more pieces

  15. Great video 😍🌾👍🌹🙏

  16. At 0.20 can't white play Nxe5? Simply a pawn up as after Black night captures on e5 white's d5 will regain the piece back?

  17. Sir magnus aur pragga ka game ke uper video bna do

  18. Sir can you please make a video how to smash the BISHOPS OPENING

  19. What if White plays rook to F1, after we move queen to H4? I think we will lose our rook and be at a disadvantage if that happens, as black.

  20. I most probably lost in the middle game can you please make a video on middle games? 😢

  21. Qb3+ is the answer.
    If the black queen blocks then the queen is simply captured.
    If the king goes to H7, then RxH6+, the king has no safe squares to go so pawn captures then Qf7 is checkmate.

  22. Please also make videos In hindi 😙😙😙

  23. Jeetu I want from you more commentries of the famous games played.
    There are many other channels which replay famous matches; but we miss your “ Then he is gone!”

  24. Finally a new video by chess talk🧐😏👍

  25. You are my favorite Youtuber no wonder why Aamir sir liked your style

  26. Chess puzzle: Qb3+. After Qb3+, black is completely destroyed. Black only has two moves, both leading to checkmate. If black plays Qe6, you take back with the queen, and black can only go to Kh7 because the rook is guarding the f column. After that, don't do anything with the minor pieces, instead, move the pawn to g5. if black plays hxg5, play Rh6+, then black plays gxh6, and then play hxg5 and the common response from black is hxg5. Then you check black with Qxf5+, then black plays Kh6, guarding the pawn, then you play Rd6+. Now it's mate in three moves. Kh5, still guarding the pawn, then Qg6+, Kg4, Rd4+, only legal move for black is Kg3, then Qxg5#. But what if, what if black from move 6 plays Kg7? Well, play Qxg5+, Kf7, Qf5+, Kg8, Rd7, Rf8 (making an attack to the queen and is guarded by the king), Qe6+, Rf7, Qxf7#.

  27. 2:03 If Qh1 Qg3#, White's only "good" Queen moves are Qf1 and Qe1
    and for 8:46
    Rd8+ Qxd8 Qe6+ Kh7 Rxh6+ gxh6 Qf7# (and it's an epaulette mate too)
    Rd8+ Kh7 Rxh6+ gxh6 Qe7+ Kg6 Rd6+ Qe6 Rxe6#

  28. There seem to be so many things wrong with this Lucchini Gambit. Still for new players learning about the white knight and bishop attack on f7 it provides black with an interesting counterplay.

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