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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47 Comments

  1. My Dad used to play Chess for like 12hrs straight with his friend, he tried teaching me but all I remember is "Why did you make that move? or That's a silly move" It highlights the stupidity of the older generation i.e. like no shit Sherlock, imagine a beginner making dumb moves…..

  2. Queen d6 sacrifice the queen then after king takes, white to move take black bishop and the queen. And you win a bishop

  3. Qd6 !! His force to take and then Bxc3 discoverd check and you win the Q back and a extra bishop

  4. Q-D6-check. Black's King must take (the Queen) or lose the rook (on B8) for nothing. White (having sacrificed a queen) then takes black's Bishop, B-C3 – discovered check – and attacking Queen. Black can block with his Queen or move king but either way he loses his Queen so is left a Bishop down in the exchange.
    Ultimately white gains a Bishop and is in a far stronger position (no longer under attack from Blacks Queen and Bishop) than prior to the exchange. Infact White transforms his situation from being a piece down and under attack (struggling for position) to being a pawn up and in a slightly superior position to black.
    Or is there a better move I've missed?

  5. I think queen d6. If king does not capture then free rock . If king captures queen the Bishop captures Bishop with check and win back the queen on the next move.

  6. Bg2 , RB1 , CASSLING , RD1 , BC3 , QC3 , RD1 , QA5 , QC8 and What ever Black Will did its a checkmate in QD7

  7. It looks like white is in trouble as he will end up losing a piece if he's not careful. Because if white plays 1. Bxc3 then black will take it back with Qxc3+ and white will be a piece down. So, the solution of the puzzle is: 1. Qe6! Sacrificing the queen for instance and also it's a double attack to the rook and King, so Black is forced to take the queen. 1. …Kxe6 2. Bxc3+ It's a discovered check to the king and also the bishop attacks the queen now, so after Black's done with his move, White will simply capture the queen with 3. Bxa5 and enjoy the advantage of an extra pawn and will probably win the endgame.
    A very interesting puzzle.

  8. black bishop to g5. check from bishop and attack from queen on the next move

  9. Queen C5…double threat and took the B_Queen (?)

  10. Meanwhile time laughing in the corner 😖🤧

  11. The puzzle solution is qd6check if king moves so we take the rook on b8 if he takes the queen we play bishop takes bishop c3 check if king moves so we take queen on a5 if queen to d5 so we take his queen with rook

  12. White bishop captures black bishop on C3 bringing the black queen to capure white bishop on C3 and a check on the king, move rook to D2 for the block, should queen capture the rook, attack her with white King. It would have been nice if white bishop could go for the check on black king at G5 but he was absolutely pinned by the black bishop and queen.

  13. Hmm. very basic level explanations. great for any beginner or low level player to rise to maybe 1k+. a job well done i'd say. Thank u for the content.

  14. 9:36 the exact time my mind was thinking tht bishop b5 was a great move….nd then I saw the reality 😭

  15. Take it easy

    Qd6 – Kd6 – Bc3 – Ke7 – Ba5

  16. Qd6+, if king takes we take bishop revealing a discovered check from the rook and the queen will have to block and the the game goes on from there 🎉

  17. i think queen to d5 is the best move in this situation because it will attack on opponents queen due to which opponent will have to move his queen and we will take its bishup

  18. I love your videos and it helps me to improve in chess
    Thanks to you Chess Talk

  19. Puzzle – Qd6+,K×d6,B×c3+,Qd5,R×d5+ and you won the bishop

  20. Well.. The best move for white seems to be rook to c1.. Because it threatens black squared bishop.. And removes the pin on whites bishop as well.. If black takes with the queen we take with the bishop.. And then the game is winning for white!

  21. 1.Bb5+ Kf8(only legal move)

    2.Qd6+ Ke8(only legal move)

    3.Qd8+ Qxd8(only legal move)

    4.Rxd8# (mate)

  22. Qd6+ if The King goes to e8 we can simplely take The Rook and if The king take The Queen B×B+ The King wants to move if they block with the Queen we can take with the Rook or pawn if the King move wedding can take The Queen with Bishop

  23. Actually I have already played this puzzle and solved it

  24. first queen to d6 check (trying to make king in d line)if king goes to e8 then queen to d8 check king has to take then bishop takes on c3 and that's a discover check and on next move you take queen

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