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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.
0:24 WIN IN 8 MOVES – WHITE PIECES
10:26 BLACK PIECES
18:49 HOW TO STUDY
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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My best move against beginners 😅😅
what about 3.bc4 bc5
The fried lived DOES NOT WORK! If a beginner has learned anything, it's the fried liver. It ALWAYS backfires.
What happens if white does f3 at 14:37 black is in bad position right?
The f pawn in general is known for being the source of many problems. That's what Fools Mate relies on. Don't t move your f pawn early!
What to do after night to a5
I always play check pirc against it, it works very well
Dear sir 🙏 what about if black 🖤 play 2nd knight , and not capture my pawn with 1st knight??🤷♂️🙄
Love from India 🇮🇳♥️
I used to suck at chess. Still not very good but I got better. After 3 loses in a row my friend said “okay I’m gonna stop underestimating you now” and asks for a rematch. When he played knight f6 I started dancing in my head, had the biggest grin and proceeded to fry his liver in 9 moves. I’m still grinning.
kickass move just now tried this move and thee opponent resigned in 6th step itself
I played 2 games as white, and using the fried liver, won in 9 moves with a pseudo scholars mate (1000). Wow. 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. Ng5 d5 5. exd5 Nxd5 6. Nxf7 Kxf7 7. Qf3+ Ke8 8. Bxd5 Nb4 (8… Nd4 9. Qf7#) 9. Qf7#.
Even faster than the mate you showed.
I have fallen for this trap TWICE already and by some miracle I won both game that it happened on, but I really need to learn to not fall for it again.
1:05 c3 also works here to defend the knight. This video should also be called "How 2 beat your Dad at chess"
I had to play c3 to defend the knight but my dad didn't see the move the bishop was supposed to make.
9:40 c3 protects the knight with the bishop, if queen takes then you take the queen with the bishop, free queen.
Bro 1000Elo reached right now bc of the Fried liver Love U Levi
cant they counter with taxler attack ?
5:24 it’s funny, I learned this opening years ago, watched this vid probably 8 months to a year ago and memorized every variation except the one that comes here. This should complete my possibilities for mastering this opening at my level (not on no 1800 ranked stuff, low level stuff lol I can’t get passed 1200)
Any chess books you recommend?
Me: Plays Fried liver
Enemy: Makes Blunder
Me: IMA END THIS WHOLE MAN'S WHOLE CAREERER
It actually worked
18:40 “Keep my Queen’s name out your ** mouth…"
Am I the only one getting adds about fastfood on this video?
Fried liver is a really bad opening btw. Even tho you a pawn up. You will suffer. There's no point at playing this shitty opening
What about Na5 after you take the pawn on d5, that’s more challenging
i just tried it for the first time and after i did kg5 he went be7 and i got his queen and he resigned lmoa
sicilien : bonjour
Black blocks on f6 with the queen and bishop takes on d5, how is it winning ? How do you play from there ahead ?
I just wanted to cook some livers IRL
I think I found some of these counters on accident. I've been attacked like this about 100 times so far, and one of the counters I found actually ended with me executing a counter-fried liver as black, and the player immediately resigned once I forked his king and rook.
After explaining Qc3 thru whites taking of the 2nd rook, and your comment about 12 moves into the game black has no Q and no rooks, what do you want from me? +9 after 12 moves!!! The words with the body language and the Ny accent ( fellow North Easterner here ) made me literally spit out my sip of coffee. 😂😂😂 U gotta know how funny you are right Levy?!?!? #InstantClassic
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Me only see this video for about 35 times😅
I love your videos! Thank you!
This might be 40th time I m here
The king can fight too. I love this game.
“And get on with life by casteling” . Actually very inspirational.
That's not liver in the thumbnail.
newschool chess is horseshit
this attack is so lethal! So many booby traps
6 mn 38 s Fd7 au lieu de c6. Ce mouvement est mieux pour les Noirs.
16:55 is a terrifying sentence…
When I do get fried liver attack, it does always end up being 4:42 position. I am only 1500 but already in that level people seem to know all the counter moves as black.
It's usually after 4:42 when people start running out of theory as black. The key as white is to memorize all the perfect moves at least 10-12 moves in to make fried liver work.
Maybe somebody will read how do i continue with QD7?
5:23 Next line if the Knight doesn’t take the pawn.
After watching this vid I tried to play it against some 900s and I mated 1 of them in 9 moves
Bro my friend plays this on me, gonna counter him next game if he tries 😉
so this is what the fuck I've been losing to with all this knight and bishop forking attack bullshit
fried liver attack is good, but only for beginners, it becomes useless in the Masters level
9:32 simply kick the queen with pawn g3
played the Fried liver attack once and my god it is just nasty
1:17 i keep running into black responding here (at lower levels) with Qe7 instead of moving the pawn. not sure how to respond.