Chess Masterclass: 5 Step Thinking Strategy | Best Tips, Tactics, Moves & Ideas for Beginners

Here’s a Masterclass on Chess Thinking. In this video, I will share with you a 5 step thinking strategy to improve your chess game. We cover problems with different tactics, ideas & moves helpful for beginners, kids & intermediate level players. These secret chess tips will help you get better at chess & improve your game very fast. These lessons will help you in understanding how to play chess & how to think in chess, which will ultimately teach you how to win in chess games. This will help you in training for middlegames & master chess calculations. Chess players will learn the best ways to find good moves quickly through the SWOT Analysis approach. We will evaluate your moves depending on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats of white & black in different games. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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  1. I'm an absolute beginner at chess, I haven't even played a real person yet (it's way too stressful lol), but it seems fun to play with a plan

    edit: the best move is bishop to g2 right? since that defends the queen and lets you castle if you want (the black bishop is putting pressure with the black queen I think)

  2. Queen sacrifice d6 if king takes bishop d2 c3 open d file Rook check with queen capture next

  3. The answer to the puzzle is the dark squired bishop to g5 as it gives a checkmate!

  4. I think Rook D1 to C1 is the best move, as it has no weakness – It doesn't lost the control Horizontal. But also vertical it got a new way to get out and attack. And it also gives a strength – It can capture the bishop on C3 any time, and after that if black queen capture the rook on C3 as response, White can recapture the queen usin the Bishop on D2. In this way, white will get the advantage of this move.

  5. Moving pawn to e4 makes it possible for your king to move away from checkmate and it allows your pawn to have some control of the center without an threats

  6. Puzzle Answer: – Queen to d6 check ,king takes
    -bishop takes c3 with discovered check and attacking the queen
    -black's king is forced to move and in the next move we capture the queen.

  7. The best move for white is the bishop to g5 then the rook it is check the opponent king have only move to take back the king and then the rook is at the d5 is a checkmate

  8. For quiz, take queen to d5 which will also have protection of pawn, threatening the black queen, when he moves the queen , capture bishop at c3 with bishop of d2.

  9. You know what man….!!! Really sorry about to say it….but this video is absolutely a piece of shitt!!!!
    The move you made at 8:25 the king would castle it and gonna defend him very easily.

  10. Puzzel. So I was considering that priority is preventing checkmate. Options were to attack Black's King, remove Black's ability to deliver checkmate or to create escape squares around White's king. The escape squares seemed to be the most practicle. Options were Bg2 or e4 and I judged e4 to allow the king to have most options whist staking a claim in the centre.

    Captures Bxc3, Qxc3+, Rd2,Rb1# Rules out the best captures.

    Escape: e4, Bxd2+, Rxd2, Rb1+, Ke2, Bg4+, Ke3 and Black has to construct a new attack.

    White is free to trade down into an endgame with an active king.

    Edit: Found someone else's line. I need more practice. Missed the best move.

  11. Qd6+ — seems crazy to sacrifice the queen but it'll eventually lead to black losing their queen and white promoting the pawn up the A file. Prolly take 50 moves or more to accomplish.

  12. Dont ever give up… keep practising & all ways of thinking will be part of your style playing chess ❤

  13. bishop to g5,then black king must go to f8, my queen to d6 ,that a check again,so black king comes to e8,then i move my queen to e7 and the game ends. hand shakes

  14. Moving bishop from d2 – g5 which will poke the black king with a check without any threat and making the black king to retreat to f8 , which makes it to get cornered for futher checkmate

  15. D2 bishop will move to G5,
    It is right or not tell me please

  16. Yes it is that we move our pawn at f4 is opponent will try to take my pawn I will take opponent's pawn by my bishop then he have no move to stop my check then he move any move then I simply give him check by my queen.

  17. Qd6+ is the answer of your puzzle… After King takes the Queen White Bishop will take Bishop & Check and taking the Black Queen.

  18. Queen to E3 black king takes queen white bishop to f6 ❤️checked by the e8 rook king moves white bishop to h4 taking queen

  19. Qd6+,KxQd6 BxBc3 double attack on queen and king

  20. Qd6,KXd6,Bxc3,and then its a check ,Bxa5😊😊

  21. Then What is the best move for last puzzle? What to move instead of bishop?

  22. so which one is th best pls answer? pawn d3 or bishop b2

  23. in the final puzzle you sac the queen with the move queen to d6, when the king takes you take the darksquared bishop with bishop to c3 revealing a check on the king by the rook. He has to either move the king or cover with the queen, both moves lose the queen. So you won a queen and a bishop for one queen

  24. Thank you very much for the SWOT technique qnd the answer of the puzzle is Qd6 if king takes the BxC3 check from the rook and when the king moves we can take the queen and we will be a piece up , and if the king doesn't takes the queen then we can simply take black's rook on B8

  25. Best move is to take the pawn which is behind white queen to make a distraction and if it works you can take the black bishop attacking white base

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