Winning in 10 moves (Scandinavian Defense chess trap) #shorts 05.12.2023 Post navigation PreviousNext 215 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments I love that Fork that’s the move of the Game game over Reply exactly what i needed thanks Reply What if they put it between the horse and bishop Reply I had this exact game, they resigned after the queen got forked Reply Actually once knight takes the c2 pawn it forks the queen, king and the rook, becoming a triple fork Reply In this same opening my opponent took the pawn with Queen and i attacked it with my knight . And the next move he played was brilliant Q*to C6 😂 don't know what he was thinking then i pinned the queen to the king with my bishop and after thinking for 2 minutes He resigned 😢 Reply When they try to threaten the queen with the knight in the beginning I just deliver a check, it just looks cool Reply my opponent did exactly this and he resigned lol Reply I normally play e6 after takes pawn Reply Who plays the Scandinavian and blocks their c pawn with the knight? Reply There’s a mate in 6 so e4 e5 k to f3 black take the pawn ke5 pawn to f6 attacking our knight we check with the queen and after pawn to g6 we put our light squared bishop to c4 when they take the queen bishop f7 is mate bc the bishop checks defended by the knight and the knight covers the kings last escape square hope this helps 😊 Reply sure Reply Dude u have 800 elo these traps are just right for such people in intelligence, like the author of this video Reply What if they play QC5 after ND5? Reply Couldn’t they do Qc5 Reply Fork with knight is so visible, nobody gonna take bishop Reply What if queen go e5 Reply No one that actively plays the Scandinavian plays knight to c6 the best line is to play pawn to c6 leaving yourself an escape. Reply In my games they always go 3 …Qe5+ or Qe6+ Reply bre I play the Scandinavian defense every game and my god that's the worst way to play it also 1400 Btw Reply Me when my opponent plays different moves: 👁️👄👁️ Reply a6? Reply its a royal fork because the rook Reply Nobody will lose Bishop for knight Reply 2 briliant😊 Reply lol we Scandinavians dont take the knight after h3 Reply after h3 i play qh5 Reply I wish if this is how chess works in real 🙂 Reply Mieses-kotrc variation Reply My opponent always every single time instead of moving the queen on a5 they go on E 5 checking me Reply "How to win at chess if your opponent is brain dead" Reply In the Scandinavian you're meant to move pawn to C6 so your queen can escape and won't get trapped Reply If I was white, after they attack the queen with their knight I just give them a check for no reason because that's how I roll Reply Queen NEVER goes to A5. Reply My opponenet after takes takes just gives me a check by Qe5+ Reply What is this opening called because I am looking for a counter attack against the scandi Reply they dont go a5 tho Reply My opponent took the queen back to Home Reply very nice loop Reply They went to e5 😢 Reply That’s why I always move my queen back to d1 Reply Mokele-mbembe is better opening for black Reply It’s a triple fork Reply But no opponent takes you first knigt with their bishop Reply I like it but after h3 pretty sure most scandi players hold on to n pin rather than xchg b for n Reply Enemy watching this be like Reply “Knight to c3, attacking the queen, which goes to a5” No, it actually doesn’t Reply the most go for a check with the qeeun Reply Yeah nah, this is not how the Scandinavian is played bro… Most players who use the Scandinavian are smart enough to push their C pawn on the 2nd or 3rd move Reply Nobody plays Queen to to A file in the firsr 4 moves lol. Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.