Defensive Chess Openings Videos

RAT DEFENSE CHESS!!!! #shorts #chess #chessopening #chessopenings

There are so many great chess openings for black against 1. d4 including the Modern Defense, King’s Indian Defense, Queen’s Indian Defense, Dutch Defense, Nimzo-Indian Defense, Bogo-Indian Defense, Grunfeld Defense, Benoni Defense, Old Benoni Defense, Benko Gambit, Queen’s Gambit Declined, Slav Defense, and Semi-Slav Defense! However, one opening that many chess players don’t know about […]

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Promote A Pawn In 10 Moves [Caro-Kann TRAP For Black]

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Chess Openings: How to Play the Grunfeld Defense!

Signup for FREE online play at ! Another great video on Chess.com’s YouTube channel, another main line opening reviewed in fast paced fashion! For your viewing pleasure, IM Daniel Rensch breaks down the ideas behind the Grunfeld on a fundamental level that should also better your understanding of the purpose behind 1.d4!

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Chess opening London System – part 7 – Trap in Kings Indian Defence Defense

One of the most popular defences to d4 is the King’s Indian. In this video, we see a trapping line in the London System, if Black plays without careful consideration of the thematic e5. The trap is as follows – 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. Bf4 Bg7 4. e3 O-O 5. Be2 d6 […]

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The French Defense | Winawer Variation | Chess Openings | IM Andrey Ostrovskiy

👉 Want to improve in chess? Check out our free website: 👉 Support the channel with a donation: In this video, IM Andrey Ostrovskiy continues the series on the French Defense with the Winawer Variation. If white continues after 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 with 3.Nc3 Bb4, we enter the Winawer Variation of the French Defense. […]

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GREAT CHESS OPENING FOR BLACK AGAINST 1. e4!! #shorts #chess #chessopening #chessopenings

Many e4 chess players have heard of stuff like the French Defense, Petrov’s Defense, Sicilian Defense, Caro-Kann Defense, Pirc Defense, Scandinavian Defense, Nimzowitsch Defense, Alekhine’s Defense, Owen’s Defense, Modern Defense, and more! However, something like the Czech Pirc Defense is more rare. The Pirc Defense alone is only played 4% of the time against 1. […]

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Chess Openings – Semi Slav

The Semi Slav is a very popular opening for black in defense of the Queen’s Gambit from white. It is seen at all levels of play and is thought to be one of the more sound defenses against the Queens Gambit. It is similar to the Slav defense, so if you haven’t seen that video […]

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CARLSEN DESTROYS USING QUEEN’S INDIAN DEFENSE #chess #ajedrez #xadrez #catur #themenbereiche

See the PGN of the game below. What did you think about this GAME? WRITE your comment and SHARE with your friends. Collected for you my top mix of videos! 💰 💲 Support the Cortez Chess here: Thank you, very much, for your help to my channel! [Event “World Blitz Championship”] [Site “Moscow RUS”] [Date […]

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The Top 10 Weirdest and Unorthodox Chess Openings

There are thousands of chess openings some of which are far better for white, some for black and many leading to a dead equal play. Have you ever come across or heard about an opening that you did not even know existed? Have you ever heard of the Toilet Variation, The Drunken Knight or Ammonia […]

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Caro-Kann Defense | Fantasy Variation ⎸Chess Openings | IM Alex Astaneh

👉 Want to improve in chess? Check out our free website: 👉 Support the channel with a donation: In this video, IM Alex Astaneh is continuing the Caro-Kann Defense series with the Fantasy Variation. The Fantasy Variation can be reached with the move order 1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 and after white’s move 3.f3, we have […]

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