looking for good openings to win fast!!

SamuelPlaysCheckers

hello i am a chessmaster and professional gamer. ive been playing this game on and off for 3 years now but only now i have noticed lots of people like to start the game the same way. for example, moving the pawn 4 squares from the edge two spaces up. how do i know what to play???

I have noticed GMs on here play the night two spaces up and one to the left then move the pawn second to the end up and then put the bishop where the pawn was so it is on the longest diagonal. it sounds like a cool was to start so can someone help me and show me some examples??

thx sm!!!!

samuel

st0ckfish
You mean this?
 
olJoshie1
😂
st0ckfish

Don’t buwwy the 400 xD

blueemu
SamuelPlaysCheckers wrote:

hello i am a chessmaster...

You're the first 600-rated chess master I've ever encountered.

SamuelPlaysCheckers
blueemu wrote:
SamuelPlaysCheckers wrote:

hello i am a chessmaster...

You're the first 600-rated chess master I've ever encountered.

I know I am very good please help

blueemu

There's no such thing as "a good opening to win fast".

If there was, why would any Grandmaster play anything else?

SamuelPlaysCheckers

This thingy. I looked it up it’s called a kings indian attack or a bongcloud. i need to learn because i need to win!!!

SamuelPlaysCheckers
blueemu wrote:

There's no such thing as "a good opening to win fast".

If there was, why would any Grandmaster play anything else?

no but a videos I watched on YouTube said “opening to win fast” so I thought there was one

blueemu

Unfortunately, the only way to win is to play good moves.

olJoshie1
Has anyone called you a meme before
olJoshie1
The only “fast winning” I can think of that has been played in hundreds of competitive matches would have to be the Evans gambit which is a variant of the italian game
SamuelPlaysCheckers
blueemu wrote:

Unfortunately, the only way to win is to play good moves.

do you know how to play bongcloud/kings Indian attack

SamuelPlaysCheckers
olJoshie1 wrote:
Has anyone called you a meme before

I AM NOT A MEMEE!!

olJoshie1
Try the Evans gambit if you want the fast wins, the kings Indian is definitely slow and strategic tempo
SamuelPlaysCheckers
olJoshie1 wrote:
Try the Evans gambit if you want the fast wins, the kings Indian is definitely slow and strategic tempo

but it has atttack in its name!! 
can we play a game right now so you can show me also??

ravenswift

No Opening is good enough to make you win. You have to use your mind power to win against people.

SamuelPlaysCheckers
ravenswift wrote:

No Opening is good enough to make you win. You have to use your mind power to win against people.

Explain this then

https://www.chess.com/live#g=5033530159

ravenswift

That was just based on what @brianje94 did not use his mind. Had happened to me once.

SamuelPlaysCheckers

But I won!!!!