Aggressive Chess Opening for White After 1.e4 | Deadly Gambit

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you an aggressive chess opening for White. It is an aggressive gambit from the Caro-Kann Defense, called the Milner–Barry Gambit or the Rasa-Studier Gambit, which happens after the opening moves: 1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.f3.

White sacrifices a pawn for quick development and a sharp attack. This gambit is similar to the Blackmar–Diemer Gambit, which follows the move order: 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4. In almost all of the lines, White is having a better position, ahead in development, and has a great attack going.

Watch the video lesson as GM Igor Smirnov also shares some nasty traps and pitfalls that your opponents may fall into.

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00:00 Aggressive Chess Openings
00:58 Caro-Kann Defense, Classical Variation
02:28 General idea for White in this gambit
03:40 Line-1: If Black plays Nf6
04:52 Line-2: If Black plays immediate Bg4
08:23 If Black plays Bxf3 instead of Bh5
12:19 Line-3: If Black plays e6, closing the position
14:43 Deadly kingside attack for the win
15:44 Puzzle of the day: Can you find the win?

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  1. ► Chapters

    00:00 Aggressive Chess Openings

    00:58 Caro-Kann Defense, Classical Variation

    02:28 General idea for White in this gambit

    03:40 Line-1: If Black plays Nf6

    04:52 Line-2: If Black plays immediate Bg4

    08:23 If Black plays Bxf3 instead of Bh5

    12:19 Line-3: If Black plays e6, closing the position

    14:43 Deadly kingside attack for the win

    15:44 Puzzle of the day: Can you find the win?

  2. N:e4 is the puzzle solution. Threatens Bf2 checkmate, and the bishop on g5. If queen takes knight, Qd1 is also checkmate

  3. The refutation to this is after Be3, black needs to play Qh4+ so white is forced to play g3, blocking White's own queen in the future, here, Bf2 is apparently not a good move as it essentially undevelops. After that, just go back to Qf6 and black is slightly better, according to engine.
    P.S. after that, whites best move is Qe4, black races to castle with Nd7, then white can play this crazy move Nb5 right then and there, and best move for black is simply Rc8, then Nxa7 Rd8, O-O-O then Qe5 to trade queens, regardless of Nxa7 being played or not. At last we arrive at an endgame with black pawn up and slight advantage.
    PSPS: extremely venomous opening even in the best line for black, huge winning chances for white

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