Summary of El SISTEMA LONDRES para TORPES | Aperturas de ajedrez para dummies

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This video is a tutorial on the London system for chess openings, aimed at beginners. The video covers the basics of the system, including the opening moves and key positions, as well as some of the typical features of the London system.

  • 00:00:00 The London system for chess openings is explained in this video, which includes a brief overview of the Spanish opening, as well as the London system. This system is one of the easier ones to learn, and is recommended for beginners. The main points covered include the opening moves of the black king's-bishop, the white king's-bishop, and the rook, as well as the key positions that arise from these moves. The system can also be played with the black king's-bishop on e4, instead of c4, and White can play 5.e4, followed by either 5.Nf3 or 5.g3. The video finishes by discussing some typical features of the London system, such as Black's strong position in the center, and how White might try to break it.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, London chess openings for beginners, chess coach and chess player John Emms discusses how to play chess better against opponents who use this system. Emms advises against playing 5 c5, as it does not improve with excellent play. He recommends 7 f5 as the more typical move, and goes on to explain how to play rock and roll (a very important black move) and other chess openings in this system.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, the London system for chess openings is explained to beginners. The system is designed to help beginners avoid common chess mistakes and to improve their game by practicing Positional chess positions that are not always necessary.

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