⭐ Trap 1 – It is from the Italian Game and this trap is for the Black’s side. After the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nd4 most players will be tempted to take the pawn with 4.Nxe5 as it also creates a threat on f7. The trap is set after Black plays 4…Qxe5.
⭐ Trap 2 – The second trap is also presented for Black, in the Queen’s pawn opening after the moves 1.d4 e5 2.dxe5 Nc6. If White falls into this trap, he will lose any one of his major pieces.
⭐ Trap 3 – This trap is from the the Dutch Defense 1.d4 f5 and the Staunton Gambit after White plays 2.e4. Coto illustrates this trap with an example game played by Lasker, the game known for its famous and immortal king walk!
⭐ Opening Trick – Finally, Coto will present to you an opening trick from the Queen’s Gambit Exchange variation.
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