How to Win ANY Chess Game in 4 Moves!

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  1. Na its not gonna work if u compete with a champion lvl computer

  2. Literally the most common open. Nobody but a noob will move rook pawn to H6

  3. But what if the random move is his D7 pawn 2 spaces up to D5 and if i move my bishop to C4 he would take it with Pawn

  4. It’s called scholars mate and can be avoided by moving you knights out to to far side of the board

  5. this is the most common gambit (scholar's gambit)

  6. bro just found out about scholar’s mate☠️

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  8. This is called the wayward queen technique.

  9. my dad would castle in the first 3 moves-

  10. i like the fried liver attack over scholars mate

  11. Ok i saw what you did here, this doesnt work in any way unless you have a robot like opponent or a dumb opponent.

  12. BRO HES NOT GONNA FALL FOR THAT MAKE ACTUALLY SMART MOVES

  13. The bishop from another plane of existince

  14. shortest win in chess is 3-moves not 4.
    1) e4 f5
    2) d4 g5
    3) Qh5 mate.

  15. I did a video on scholars mate and only got 3.8k veiws

  16. Płot twist: this never works cause it So easy to See and predict

  17. Bro why h6 why it is literally scholar mate there are plenty move he had whyyyyy

  18. LMAO
    i do that move everytime
    And i never watched It anywhere

  19. I hit someone who has been playing for years with 2 move mate

  20. Even if you attempt to check mate a different way related to that checkmate it will be blocked again

  21. I think it's very useful now I can defeat my 2 year old brother 😤

  22. Uhhh the opponent will most likely play knight to f6 to stop the checkmate threat

  23. this is the 1st grader chess trick 😅

  24. Pov: playing with your younger siblings (10< y/o)

  25. Bro that doesn't even work on 100 rated player I ain't gonna lie

  26. He’s right. Practically every GM plays this opening.

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