Best Beginner Chess Opening After 1.e4 (Aggressive & Universal)
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Best Beginner Chess Opening After 1.e4 (Aggressive & Universal)

Best Beginner Chess Opening After 1.e4 (Aggressive & Universal)

Today I’m going to show  you the best chess opening for White after 1.e4 which is suitable for beginners; it works especially well below the 1600 ELO rating level. It is both aggressive and universal.

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It is the Goring Gambit from the Scotch Game, which occurs after the following moves: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.c3. White sacrifices a pawn for rapid development and a quick attack against the black king, especially targeting the f7-pawn.

This opening is ideal for beginners because most players at that level know nothing about this opening variation. By learning this aggressive gambit opening, you will be way ahead of most of your opponents.

Below, you can find the variations shown in the video:

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