Chess Openings: The Queen’s Gambit

The Queen’s Gambit is one of the most popular openings in chess and is used by many of the top chess players around the world. It is easy to play with lot of variations for creativity. I hope that the insight and analysis gives you a better understanding of the opening and what to look for when you play.

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765 Comments

  1. This is good video, but you should go more in depth of opening theories and explain them

  2. Dude black can take pawn f6 instead of accepting on the first move and he will still have centre control

  3. They all thought that? I don’t even own my identity. I’m looking forward.

  4. I m winning everytime n learning for more and come to chess tutorial video, after watching i pumped up and start playing and start loosing everything

  5. Im just an ordinary chess player trying to watch some stuff…

  6. In the QGA after Bg4 instead of Nf3 why not Qb3?

  7. Wow your mic doesn’t like the letter P

  8. 5:08 is it checkmate if i move the queen to a4? correct me if im wrong

  9. i have a question here. what if the bishop comes to pin down the knight? should i protect the knight at all cost? also, what if their oppening is pawn to c5? what would you respond?

  10. what happens when they take the pawn and then bring their queen out to protect it

  11. what happens when they take the pawn and then bring their queen out to protect it

  12. 4:51 Isn't 4 … Bg4 a blunder? White can go 5.Qb3 which now forms a battery eyeing the highly vulnerable f7. Any attempt to defend f7 will give up the b7 Pawn to the White Queen.

  13. I like the way the commentator explains. Easy, simple – great job

  14. Thought I had the video playing in slow motion…

  15. Thanks for this very instructive video! 🙂 I am going to play this opening in my chess club games therefore such a basic video is a good start.

  16. Queen's Gambit!!!! Haha, Does No one else watch "The Arrow"?!!??!!

  17. How is the kings Indian defense against the queens gambit. Like if white played d4 and black played Nf6… Should black change his plans when c4 happens – or is staying with the kings Indian defence okay?

  18. This very useful look at my grade I used to be 102 now I am at 401

  19. Your voice sounds normal when i speed it up to 1.25x…

  20. ghetto sound quality and 2.9M views.. I'm in the wrong business

  21. Wait, you said blocking a bishop was to be avoided, but for white you moved e3, blocking the dark square bishop. So can you explain the difference?

  22. Would've been better if we could see the whole board

  23. What if pawn attacks Black bishop, and after it dodges back, second one od used ?

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