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  1. What about knight to h6 when queen to f3 is that a good move

  2. Wayward queen trap is better for this position

  3. I thought knight f6 was best for the second move

  4. No wonder every game when i used to do scholars
    suddenly got the same response

  5. More chill videos like this please.
    Watching alot of crazy games with extremely situational queen sacrifices may be harmful to basic chess principles

  6. I always play knight to h6 and then opponent sometimes blunders the queen by playing queen to f7 thinking its mate

  7. Or you just play pirc/ Indian except you play your knight before bishop

  8. Vivaldi works perfect, you should make it your music for instruction

  9. isn't another way you could defend is move your G8 knight to H6? as it's defended by the pawn and is also preventing the checkmate.

  10. THANK YOU I get caught by this all the time! I wish there was just a series of shorts that explained all the tricky BS that can happen in the first 4 moved

  11. Early queen moves like queen to h5 on your second move are actually horrible moves, as Gotham demonstrates in this video.

  12. Now people are countering this in my games 😢

  13. the opening white did was wayward queen. it's a pretty good opening if you are versing a beginner that's doesn't know what wayward queen is.

  14. If you learn to stop fried liver and scholars mate you will graduate past 1000

  15. I sac the pawn for development most the times

  16. My friend always play this openong and this is exactly how i deal with it

  17. Never gonna give you up
    Never gonna let you down
    Never gonna run around and desert you
    Never gonna make you cry.
    Never gonna say goodbye.
    Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you.

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