5 Biggest Mistakes Chess Players Make! Best Chess Tricks, Moves, Strategy & Ideas to Win Games

Everyone makes mistakes in chess, especially new players just learning the game. Today we look at the Top 5 mistakes that players of all skill levels make. I will tell you various chess opening tricks, strategies, moves, tips, tactics, ideas & traps that beginners can use to win more games. Plus, I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you. As a chess enthusiast, I analyse chess games regularly. That’s why I can tell you that there are a few most common mistakes & blunders, which most players make. So in this chess lesson, I am going to show you the 5 Biggest Mistakes Chess Players Make often. I will share with you some amazing chess games to demonstrate how chess players make blunders while making their moves. If you avoid these typical mistakes, it will help you in winning chess games against high-rated players.
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  1. Knight to g6, then pawn takes knight, Queen to h7, pawn takes Queen, Rook to h7 mate.

  2. Rook to e7, then horse to f7

  3. the rook should go next to the king so the black night doesnt check him

  4. Qh6, black pawn takes h6, Rook takes h7 checkmate

  5. Ng6 pawn takes the night on G6 Qh6 pawn takes the queen on h6 rh7 checkmate

  6. Ng6+, Pxg6
    Qh6+, Pxh6
    Rh7+ checkmate
    Beautiful Arabian checkmate

  7. I don't see the board nicely and I sacrfice my pices cause I think that I have a plan

  8. Q-H6 white
    ExH6 by black
    RxH7# and White wins


    A3 White
    If g6 or g5 by black
    Rxh7# and White Wins

  9. always but now i will never

  10. Not thinking about opponents plan is my mistake , I'll try avoiding. Thank u 4 this game changing video

  11. Rxg8 Rxg8
    Nf8 Rxf8
    Nf7 checkmate white is victorious

  12. Puzzle Answer:

    1. Ng6 hxg6
    2. Qh6 gxh6
    3. Rh7#

  13. I never make those mistakes but my papa dosen’t look over the entirely board

  14. Knight g6 check pawn takes queen h6 sacrfice pawn is forced to take the queen and rook h7 is a beautiful smothered checkmate..

  15. Queen to h6…after pawn takes queen ,then move rook to h7 or queen not take by pawn, then move queen to h7

  16. Did you blunder queen – yes
    Did you win – yes.

  17. Queen h6 is best move after pawn takes rock h7 is a beautiful checkmate

  18. Yes , I didn't see that the pawn was preventing the Knight forking the Queen and at the same time giving a check to the king and moved the pawn to protect my bishop and I lost my queen in the previous game 😭😭😭
    Thanks for this video sir, and I will make less mistakes or blunders in the next game. Thank you very much sir 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  19. விஜய் ராஜேந்திரன் says:

    Q to h6
    If pawn captures then rook to h6 is checkmate.
    If doesn't capture, black plays any random move then white Queen capture h7 is checkmate.

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