WIN IN 8 MOVES | The Fried Liver Attack

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Showing you the Fried Liver attack with the White and Black pieces. This is a great chess opening for beginners which incorporates a quick attack to fork the enemy pieces and win a rook or a queen. Lots of tactics here.

0:00 Intro

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. Ng5 d5 (4… Bc5 5. Bxf7+ (5. Nxf7) 5… Ke7 6. Bb3) (4… Qe7 5. Bxf7+ Kd8 6. Bb3) (4… Nxe4 5. Bxf7+ Ke7 6. d4 h6 7. Nxe4 Kxf7 8. d5) (4… h6 5. Nxf7) 5. exd5 Nxd5 (5… Na5 6. Bb5+ (6. d3 h6 7. Nf3 e4 8. Qe2 Nxc4 9. dxc4 Bc5 10. Nfd2 O-O) 6… c6 7. dxc6 bxc6 8. Bd3) (5… b5 6. Bf1 h6 (6… Nd4 7. c3 Nxd5 8. cxd4 Qxg5 9. Bxb5+ Kd8 10. dxe5 (10. Qf3 exd4 11. Bc6 Nf4 12. Bxa8 Bg4 13. Qe4 Bd6)) 7. Nxf7 Kxf7 8. dxc6 Be6) (5… Nd4 6. c3 b5 7. Bf1 Nxd5 8. cxd4 Qxg5) 6. Nxf7 Kxf7 7. Qf3+ Ke6 8. Nc3 Ncb4 9. O-O c6 10. d4 *

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  1. What about it black plays Bishop to G4 Instead of capturing white’s knight with their king?

  2. 🤯 Going to have to watch this about a 100 times to remember all the variations you mentioned.

  3. 2:54 Sorry, but queen to f6 is the best move according to a stockfish. King e6 is the second one. Remember that white have already sacrificed the knight on sixth move

  4. After pawn to d4 my opponent played knight to c2 what do I do?

  5. now im scared to play with the fried liver and against it

  6. I'm pretty sure someone has tried this on me, I naturally blocked with the pawn cause it was development and they're guaranteed to lose something which is a 2 for 1 deal. I had no idea how lethal this could be.

  7. Advanced Players: *Plays Traxler Counterattack*

    A few pro players: *Plays The Fritz Gambit Counterattack*

  8. Uh…. i'll just stick to the blackburne

  9. If black plays 4..Qe7, then just take the pawn with the bishop?

  10. My opponent just did this shit to me and I made sure the game ended up with a draw due to repetition 🗿

  11. just used the traxler and absolutely stomped my opponent, thanks levi!

  12. How to fried liver someone : 0:52

    If black moves the pawn to the center : 1:28

    If he recaptures with the knight : 1:45

    If the king hides on g8 : 2:22

    If black plays the move king to e6 : 3:00

    The main line : 3:35

    If the knight goes back to e7 : 4:48

  13. I love that, in English chess jargon, it exists an expression such as “to fried liver someone!” 😂😂😂

  14. I’ve done this multiple times somehow. I don’t know anything about it or what it’s called, but I’ve checkmated quite a few people who just made mistakes

  15. the amount of possibilities is just overwhelming

  16. I’m pretty sure this is the opening Josh Waitzkin used most of the time during his young prodigy stage.

  17. Really silly question for a new player but what happens if they don't block 1:31 it and it's free for the taking. What is the move?

  18. I only have one question… why is G depicted with a chopped STEAK on the still image ??!

  19. Black move Qe2? How's that become mate for black? King just slides..

  20. in this part where u say it's check mate 5:10 why can't the king move to e8?

  21. You need to practice again and again to master it

  22. i didnt know this fucking mate ultil i fell for this fucking thing
    eu nao sabia esse mate até eu cair pra essa merda

  23. 6.55 what if black brings Bishop to d7? (Bd7)

  24. Just lose the subtitles, my man! It's blocking the view!

  25. honestly i saw his shorts on how to win in 7 moves and i knew he was a genius

  26. How are people falling for this stuff? I've never played a game online, against a bot or in person where these things work. I've never ever seen it. The fried liver, scholars mate and a few others seem SO popular and well known that they are basically useless to try, only know how to defend.

  27. notes for myself:
    if blacks pawn moves to center, take with pawn
    if blacks knight takes pawn back, sacrifice knight then bring out the queen and check king
    if blacks king moves to g6, checkmate by taking the knight
    if blacks king instead moves to e7/e8/any other move, take free knight
    if blacks knight gets protected by the king, add pressure to pin
    if blacks knight attacks the queen, take other knight with my bishop
    if black defends the knight with knight to b4, do not worry about the fork and castle, then play pawn to d4
    if black defends the knight with knight to e7, play d4 right away, if the pawn takes the pawn on d4, take the knight with my knight
    if blacks king moves to d6, queen d5 and then checkmate

  28. What if i play knight h3 to defend the e pawn?

  29. A video where Levy dosen't stare at us at the start of the video

  30. 11:50 how does bishop to G4 win? White can’t pull the king back to E1? I’m confused on how that’s checkmate 😅 or do you mean you win the exchange by making the king retreat to E1? I’m so lost

  31. Damn i noticed most of my games just get hard as black when they black fried liver attack now i can rest in peace

  32. so it seems this opening becomes unreliable when you rank up higher elos. was my all time favorite.

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