What are the best opening traps for black and white? I already know the Englund.
Once you get into the higher levels of chess, players don't fall for most opening traps any more. I wasted time learning opening traps when actually it did not help me in the long run. I think it will be better if you use the Lichess opening explorer to find your best opening, but remember this quote, said by my old geography teacher:
"If you don't know, Google it."
And my old geography teacher said: "What's he bringing up Barney Google for?"
I don't use traps anymore, so I don't remember.
The best is d4, Nf3, Bg5 hoping the opponent premoves something like d5, e6, c5. Recommend for bullet games.
@Shresth60 said in #1:
> What are the best opening traps for black and white? I already know the Englund.
Focus on openings
Maybe try tricky openings like italian, danish and grand prix attack
Trap your opponent according to the position instead of knowibg standard ones. If you want to know more, you can watch video of traps on lichess.
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