Lasker Trap: SECRET Chess Opening Trick to Win Fast: Best Strategy, Moves & Gambit + Endgame Puzzle

In this video, I share a secret Chess opening trick for black to checkmate the white king in the first few moves and win fast. This trick is called the Lasker Trap. The Lasker Trap is derived from the Albin Counter Gambit variation. A gambit is basically a chess opening strategy in which a player sacrifices his material of lesser value, like a pawn, with the hope of achieving an advantageous position. It’s like a chess trick to fool your opponent. Openings are the most exciting phase in the game of chess. There are various chess strategies, tips, tricks and traps that you can use to fool your opponent. The opening moves shown in this video will definitely surprise your opponent. You just need to follow these starting moves & you will be easily able to trap and checkmate the white king. I also share the solution to the puzzle I asked in my previous video. Answer is King E7. Plus, there is another interesting chess endgame puzzle at the end. Let’s see if you can solve that. Find the best moves and comment with your answers.

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110 Comments

  1. Solution to the puzzle Is :
    1.Ra8 2. Rh8 3. Ne3

  2. What if it was knight G3 instead of pawn E3…

  3. I hate u Jeetendra. U should have sent this to me personally cause my brother is also a fan of ur's.

  4. Sir pls play any trap againest king indian defenses. Or how cani destroyed king indian defenses. Pls sir

  5. What if at 2:12 instead of promoting pawn to knight, why not give check to king by bishop taking queen down first?

  6. I put a nick name on him he is best like a laser

  7. Ng3+
    Option 1: hxg3 then Ra8 pehaps h7 so Rh8#
    Option 2: Qxg3 so we take their rook targeting f1 mate later on…

  8. How can he take knight as he as already two

  9. In this position black wants to sacrifice his queen black will got checkmate

  10. but i dont have extra knight to promote 😅😅

  11. 'Helllllllllllllllllllo chess friends 😂🤣

  12. Qh4 and rook takes rook A1 we will keep the horse h3 and it's beautiful checkmate

  13. Qd4 to b2, so no other options queen exchange will happen, then Nf5 to e3 what ever the moves white plays never works will taking the Bf1 is confirm from Ne3 to f1, next move by N or R is the kill confirmation move 😎

  14. Why white capture a d5 pawn with c4 pawn ?

  15. The puzzle answer is

    1.Rook capture in B1 ,Queen capture in B1
    2.Night to G2 and pawn capture
    3.And Queen to H4 is a checkmate

  16. Ng3+ Queen can't take because Rxb1 if hxg3 Ra8 no matter what move he plays Rh8# is a checkmate

  17. He doesn’t take into account how many people are not afraid to quickly lose their queen

  18. hey everyone lets see if this vid can get 1 million likes

  19. The best move for black would be Ng3. He can't take from queen because of few deadly moves by the rook on the 1st rank continuously followed by a beautiful checkmate. If he takes from pawn then, Ra8 followed by Rh8 would be a checkmate in any of the variations after taking from the pawn so black should easily win in it.

  20. Just curious- why can’t we bring out our white bishop, check and capture queen, before promoting pawn to knight. Either way that pawn will be gone as knight or as pawn. By the way your videos are top class, and you have an amazing way of explaining it. Thank you 🙏

  21. Wow jeetendra sir,This is really nice.What app do you use to show this analysis

  22. I don't need to make my friends fool because they are already fool😂😂😂😂.

    Lol😂

  23. Answer to the puzzel is
    Ng3 , pawn takes ng3
    Now Ra8, now any move white plays
    Next move will be Rh8#

  24. Why will the black pawn move it's protected by the bishop I think that black should activate his king

  25. what happens if white plays Nf3 instead of pawn e3?

  26. I've seen the solution of the best move for black to win this game. And I've seen variations of said solution which are is a change in move order. The best move for black to make is f5 black knight to g3 putting white king into check, this forces h2 white pawn to take your knight to where you can then move a1 black rook to a8 to which any of white's move leads to checkmate once you move black rook from a8 to h8 for checkmate. Making white move h2 pawn to g3 basically tunnels the king so they cannot escape.

    The reason why moving a1 black rook to a8 as your first move is wrong is because it leaves an out for white to counter by moving their b1 white rook to b3 anticipating f5 black knight moving to g3 to which they can take with said rook and thus making your rooks movement to h8 useless. You blundering move order in essence gives opportunity for white to survive.

  27. Puzzle solution Ng3+ if hxg3 Ra8 if Qxg3 Rxb1 Qf3 Qd5

  28. There is another better variation. After the skewer, white will have to move his king to either Ke1 or Kf2. The most common response will be e1 to take back if the Bishop takes the Queen. Then we will take the Queen with our Queen. White can't take our Queen as our Bishop is protecting the Queen. Then the only legal move will be Kf2. Then we will skewer their rook by Qd4+ and white will have no way to save their rook.

  29. Counter Alekhine defense please😢😢

  30. If you have any questions or video suggestions, feel free to post them in the comments below…

    Could YOU Find the Solution to the Chess Puzzle? Comment With Your Answers….

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