Understanding The First Move of Chess Openings

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19 Comments

  1. E4 open positions Then I have to play against the closed Sicilian

  2. When the opponent plays f4 πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘

  3. ruy lopez mainline, petroff, anti sicilians, italian mainline (giouco piano/pianissimo), kings indian attack, french, budapest gambit, albin countergambit, benko:hello thereon a more serious note, i really dont see the point in making these kinds of generalizations.

  4. E4 is open positions? Did you forget about the ruy lopez(mostly), Gucci pianissimo Italian, kings Indian defense/pirc and then semi closed positions like the caro-kann, french, and the Vienna?

  5. Wow, I sure wish that I knew what the heck that even means

  6. What about closed sicilian or clised ruy lopez?

  7. Hey man love your videos and all but any tips to bust the position (when it’s extremely closed) without being necessarily dangerous? With same pawns amounts.

  8. I see lately I've been abusing Accelerated London at 800 elo so I can see that one of my specialties are closed positions

  9. This man talking about d4 e4 and c4 while I be out here playing h4

  10. bru most of ur videos are good but this is complete bs. there SOO MANY openings with e4 you can get closed (italian and french to name a few) and so many opens you can get with d4 (queens gambit or catalan to name a few)

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