Chess Opening King’s Gambit AS BLACK! 15.04.2023 Chess Opening King’s Gambit AS BLACK! Post navigation PreviousNext 63 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Thanks for sharing .I will have to try that out sometime.Keep up the good work. Reply Good job. More infos in 5 mins then a lot of other videos in 30 mins. Reply Most intuitive video on how to tackle king's gambit thank you sir🙏🙏 Reply Thank u sir Reply An amazing channel 😍 Hoping you should cover English opening in a video very soon🥰 Reply What do you do if he goes 1. e4 e5 2. f4 d5 3. Nf3 Reply @5:07 why not Qa5+ and take the bishop instead of Bd6 Reply Nice Reply 2:14 what would be the response to pawn at c4? Reply Sir what if black queen h4 white f4? Reply Don’t take this the wrong way but I love you. ❤️ Reply مشاهده بازی برای یاد گرفتن است پس بازی را تا چک مات ادامه دهید.درهر صورت خیلی عالی بود.تشکر Reply ممنون کستونی Reply OOps Reply 0:45 what if he moves the knight to threaten the queen instead Reply excellent Reply Great vedio Reply Nice job sir. Hope u upload more nice videos Reply 5:07, doesn’t white have d5? Reply Amazing video man .I am really going to implement this in my game Reply Nice video! I will definitely try that! 😀❤️Can you please make a video on a aggressive line against the najdorf Sicilian? Reply Impressive, simple and concise, thank you! Reply Amazing video, how much do you charge for lessons. Reply Fabulous implementation and explanation in 5 minutes Kudos Reply excellent lesson Reply Great video, thanks for the lesson. I subbed Reply Wow he still hearts comments Reply nice i like your style Reply Great video Reply Been a long time my friend Reply I'm an intermediate player and it's extremely rare that I come across the King's Gambit and the times that I did, I didn't know how to respond to it but you're video is easy to understand and it really helped me. Thanks Coach! 🤣 Reply Good explanation. Thx Reply What a nasty trap Reply My game, they put Nc3 first, protecting the middle, thus not allowing the queen coming across the board. But very useful in some lines Reply Check out UPDATED/NEW Video on the same topic that is higher in quality and more comprehensive: https://youtu.be/ErHvYgiBI4Q Reply What is it called when you play the white moves as black? Also is this Smith Morra or Blackmar-Diemer? Reply Also I don't know if you mean "discourages the queen from moving to protect the pawn which already has to few defenders," instead of a legal pin which it is not Reply Hi i loved this theory my only question to you my coach is if i m a sicilian defense guy and commit my pawn at every E4 move how can I counter act once F4 is being played after my c6 move . Reply At 5:07 after playing Bd6 and white plays d5 then what? Seems to me like the knight on c6 is lost Reply Te Kestony variation, I like the name. 🙂 Great explanation and I'm going to use it for sure, thanks. Reply Simple, easy to understand responses to a opening that can be tricky if not well considered – thank you! Reply I was able to get to move 4 until my opponent did something completely different.. Reply 3:21 why can't he take with rook? Reply slightly better positions as blaaAack Reply Nice and concise video, thanks Reply what if white plays d5 instead of castle at 5:07?? Reply THX LOL just used this in a game Reply I’m 1450s and I lost two games in a row to the kings gambit… now I’m here Reply I only wanted the central pawn to disappear so I can do the opening I want . Latter on I learned that what I play is called "King's gambit". I'm afraid you don't get into consideration WHY a player plays the King's gambit. Not all people play it for the same reason. Some don't even have the intention to play something that is called king's gambit. All you would do with those moves is just help me get EXACTLY the position I want. I don't know if I would lose the game due to miscalculation but one thing is for sure. I would not lose it because of your response to my "King's gambit" or however people like to call it. That would be very shameful for you as my rating is no more than 1600. Reply that voicecrack on "black" 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.