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. Bishop g5 then king only has one place to go then u play rook d8 and its a CheckMATE

  2. Pawn d4 pawn takes pawn knight takes pawn knight takes knight queen take knight 😁

  3. Queen to E8 is the next best move i see cause the rook guards the bishop which will make his bishop move useless, and the queen won't be able to move when the king is in check.

  4. I think Bishop c3 to attack opponent's bishop to continue game.

  5. Brilliant queen sacrifice
    Best move is QD6+ check
    -King captures
    -we capture Black bishop w check
    Attacking queen
    -Ba5 Capturing queen having a bishop up

  6. 10:20
    Queen sac Qd6+
    If king takes bishop takes c3 discovered check then king moves or queen block then bishop or rook takes queen.
    If black does not take Qb6+ then Queen takes rook Rb8

  7. 10:10

    Queen to d6, it's a check.

    Black has two moves:-

    1) King takes the queen on d6.

    White bishop takes black bishop on c3 which is a discovered check by rook to the black king.

    If king moves to a different square then our bishop takes black queen.

    If queen defends the king by coming on d5, rook will simply take queen and rook is defended by our pawn so king can't capture.

    2) If king moves back to e8, queen just takes rook.

    Thank you for bearing with me.
    (Also I'm a low rated player and used stockfish for this analysis. No way i could find this on my own)

  8. OK, so here’s what I would do since you’re not in immediate danger and you’re not in check at this very moment, you don’t have to move the king right now or worry about the king at this very second, so that’s good what you can do is move the queen down to E4 luckily she’s not gonna be killed by anything there and yeah kind of looks like you’re doing something useless but in reality you’re not and since you can’t reach you there it’ll put you in a different position and they’ll be like OK now what can I do? I can’t kill the queen, so what can I do, they’re gonna try to retaliate and put pressure more than likely so if I were to take a guess what they’re gonna do is they gonna move there Bishop down and kill your bishop so they’re gonna probably move him from C3 down to D2 to kill your Bishop and that would put pressure because you have to react because you’re in check now if you kill their peace with your king that would be dumb because they could just get you with there queen in return. You could actually move your castle up and take out that bishop so you could defend yourself by moving the castle up to D2 which blocks the queen from coming in. if she comes in for the kill on that castle, she’ll lose it because the king will take it so out so let’s just say that’s what they end up doing. They’re pushing for game they’re trying to apply pressure so then what you could do is move your queen from E4 up to E5 taking out the pond putting them in check and applying pressure and of course the game would continue from there but the point is you twisted the game slightly in your favor it would continue from there which would make more strategies apply but that’s how I would approach this.

  9. Move the bishop in D2 to G5 and the king will get checked mate if he moves anywhere he will still die

  10. The Indian Guy is always the MVP of youtube teaching

  11. I have a question, and that question is. Is it common to go up and down in rating countless times before you start to get better? I used to be 1100 and went all the way down to 900 due to form. But then it seemed like i started to play better at 900 than I ever had before. Every game review had an 80 % accuracy mostly. Now I don't have the oportunity to review every game. But it used to be around 70 % most of the timd when i had a game review. So does that mean that I'm improving? Because to me it seems like you have to go up and down in rating over and over again before you start to improve. I just want to know if that's a common thing?

  12. If we move Bishop to g5 it will give a check nd if black wish to move it will give a checkmate!!

  13. that SWOT works, i was pausing a game where i think i would have a chance, i just don't know what to do, but using SWOT everything was so much clearer

  14. S-Strengths

  15. Thanks for your tips I really need this so I can win in my school intrams❤😊

  16. King d6 is the best move because it forks the rook and also check the king that's why this is the best move for white

  17. has this puzzle been answered? @chesstalk ?

  18. white queen to d6 check is my play. if black doesn't take my queen with his checked king i get a free rook on b8 and threaten to follow that up with white queen takes black bishop on c8 check. alternatively black king takes my unprotected white queen on d6, which i follow with white bishop takes black bishop on c3 for a discovered check from my rook on d1 but most importantly attacking the now unprotected black queen on a5. because black is in check the queen can't escape the threat from my bishop unless queen blocks the rook's check by moving to d5 which i can then take with my rook for another check as the d5 rook will protected by the pawn on c4, or i could take the queen with the pawn on c4 to advance the pawn. i'd have to spend some time to evaluate which of those two moves is preferable should black decide to block the check with his queen but black's queen is lost in that scenario either way and i'm up a bishop.

  19. did you guys aware that, this guy indirectly give us some life advices? thats why i love chess, trains strategical thinking, many people thinks that chess is a waste of time

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