The SECRET To Stop Blundering Your Pieces In Chess

In this video I explain a method to stop blundering your pieces in chess. I use it all the time, and I think everyone else should too, especially in the lower ratings. This is episode 2 of my speedrun to 2000 and in this episode I’m rated 500. Hope you enjoy the video 🙂

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896 Comments

  1. This is actually a great line to play in the London.

  2. Great video, Anna. Thanks for the tips!

  3. I have played 675 games. I'm still stick under 400 elo for the past year.

  4. Why exchange? I would have never done that.

  5. This video is so good. I played chess a long time ago for fun, but never thought about protecting my pieces at all time. Very good advice !

  6. When I was watching the video I was wondering how she understand alot for a 500 rated player. I said she may study more than she play, then I noticed that I was totally wrong.

  7. Thank you for your guidance and wisdom!!!

  8. This was really awesome. Love the commentary. Thanks!

  9. The old saying in chess is, the winner is the player who makes the last mistake but one.

  10. Jag reflekterade över den här videon och vann sedan emot min tredje högst rankade motståndare i blitz inom 20 minuter. 🎉

  11. The thumbnail makes it look like she's topless. What a pitiful way to attract views. If you're so desperate for $$$, just suck cock on camera; probably pays better.

  12. this is great and really easy to follow and understand advice! nothing crazy, just solid methodical play

  13. This was great! The game didn't take very long and yet we were able to experience the opening, middle game and end game seeing how you defended your pieces while still attacking. Thanks!😀

  14. Great video with some awesome advice, Anna! You are a natural, clear teacher. I will be watching many more and learning so much. Thank you!

  15. I don't tyou can reduce it to one rule how to not blunder.

  16. Lol U good at explaining!

  17. What’s the lowest number rank in chess? That’s me! Anyway, great and simple beginner tutorial!

  18. I call that "discovery check" a skewer! It's much more dramatic.

  19. That's nice, but what we really want to know is how to get your hair to look like that. Asking for a friend.

  20. The word is shenanigans, very instructive video

  21. The word is Shenanigans – it's a great word! Thanks for the excellent lesson.

  22. I would ask her a question….
    But she apparently never responds so I won't bother.

  23. It's amazing how you play AND talk throughout the whole video in a way that's easy and relatable for amateurs to comprehend, but also ended up winning against an opponent who played well 🔥great content

  24. the art of talking for 16 minutes nonstop without actually saying a thing. Jesus f Christ.

  25. That was brilliant to watch. I liked how you were explaining your tact and practising it, and showing the realness of your underlying principle. You were right! I'll have to give that a try, and I should definitely watch more of your educational videos . Thank you 🙂

  26. I have been hovering around 500 for a long time in 10 min games. This video seems like sound advice, but the first game I played after watching the video went horribly wrong for me.

    1. e4 d5 2. f3 d4 3. c3 e5 4. d3 dxc3 5. b3 Nf6 6. Nxc3 Nh5 7. g4 Nf4 8. Be2 Ng2+ 9. Kf2 Nf4 10. Qd2 Qh4+ 11. Kf1 Bxg4 12. fxg4 Bc5 13. d4 Bxd4 14. Nf3 Qf2# {0-1}

  27. First time ever watching one of your videos, this is so well-presented and useful. I'm gonna beat my partner in chess now lol. Plus I can't believe how casually you're letting that clock tick down. Just talking calmly as it gets down to 17 seconds, then down to 4 seconds in the endgame. You opponent must have thought you were giving up.

  28. At 2 51, black should have played knight or bishop to g4 instead of pawn move. Or bishop to e4. Attack and hope you blunder. Just as you are doing to him.

  29. Your pawn was defending the queen black could gave taken knight

  30. You play too defensively if you always protect pieces sometimes attacking for a trade is good especially if it threatens a possible mate.

  31. One of your best videos, Anna. It's helpful to hear how you think through the game. I'm going to keep watching this series.

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