99% Players CAN’T Solve This, Can You? | 2 Amazing Chess Puzzles & Problems |Moves, Tactics & Ideas

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In today’s chess video, we’ll look at 2 of the toughest chess puzzles/problems I’ve ever seen. This involves a lot of chess thinking in terms of strategy, tactics, moves & ideas so, 99% chess players can’t solve this. Try solving these chess problems if you are a Genius and if you do manage to find the solutions, let me know in the comments. In the first problem, white can win the game inspite of being down in material & in the second puzzle, white can draw eventhough black is way ahead. Chess Challenge – We’ll be looking at the solutions as well, but you should try it on your own to test your chess skills & talent. These exercises will help beginners to improve & get better at finding the best moves in different positions on the chessboard. I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video, let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Chapters:
0:00 Puzzle #1: Chess Problems & Solutions
4:10 About BetterHelp
5:18 Puzzle #2: Chess Problems & Solutions
8:49 Chess Puzzle – Can You Solve it?

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  1. From qf4 and the Queen block why can't you just go qf6? Blacks only moves are pawn c5 or queen c5 and either way queen f2 forces black queen to g3 then you take it and win from there?

  2. Last Puzzle Answer: Qa8. Here if :
    1) Black moves his queen or rook to cover c5 square, then knight b7 to d6 is mate
    2)Black moves his rook or queen to any other squares, then still kb7 to d6 or c5 according to black move is mate

  3. Rook C3 discovered check by bishop its checkmate

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  5. 1. b5+. block with rook or queen, doesn't matter as 2. Rd4 is a double check, which is why it is checkmate.

  6. Last Puzzle answer… White moves Rook f3 to e3 and its double check from rook e3 and bishop… Black cant play pawn f4 , the only move it can play is Black King to d4…. Now white's second and final move is Knight e7 to f5.. Check mate…

    In Simple Term…

    White – f3 to e3
    Black (Forced) – e4 to d4
    White – e7 to f5

  7. I think queen a4 to c2 and black
    will obviously play queen

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  9. Puzzle's answer :
    1.Rg3+ f3 2. Rg4#

  10. I had played a stunning game could u please make a video on it, it includes Queen Sac. 1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Nf6 {Opening: C26: Vienna Game, Falkbeer Variation} 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. Bc4 Bc5 5. d3 d6 6. Bg5 Be6 7. Nd5 Bxd5 8. Bxd5 O-O 9. h4 h6 10. Qd2 hxg5 11. hxg5 Nxd5 12. exd5 Ne7 13. O-O-O Nxd5 14. Rh5 Nf4 15. Qxf4 exf4 16. Rdh1 Qxg5 17. Rh8#

  11. There is only a mate in 3 shown by stock fish 15 does anyone find mate in 2?

  12. Qa8 only legal move is to move queen or rook and after that n c5 is # and if he cover c5 square than nd6 is #

  13. Rook move to e3 black king only move to d4 and white pawn move to b5 and here it is checkmate in 2 moves white wins

  14. First we play Rh3 then only legal move f3 and bishop capture f3 and that's checkmate πŸ™‚πŸ™‚
    Agar koi galti lage to batana

  15. My sol. to the puzzle: VARIANT 1- (1) b5+ Rc4 (2)Qxc4+ Qxc4 (3)Nd6#.
    VARIANT 2- (1)b5+ Qd4 (2)Re3#

  16. I found checkmate for the last puzzle!!!

    First, the knight on b7 goes to c5, attacking the king. If black takes the knight (which they have to) with the queen, then move the pawn on b4 and take the queen! King cannot move anywhere. If black takes your knight with the rook, move your pawn and take the black rook. Check! The queen has to move in front of the king (to block the attack from the queen) and from there, move your rook to e3. Queen cannot take, g2 bishop checks the king, and he can’t take the rook as it is protected by the g1 bishop.

  17. I love watching your chess shorts. You’re the only one that actually shows realistic moves.

  18. The solution for puzzle is
    Rook*f4 , king * f4 , rook f5 checkmate

  19. pawn to b5 then black has to play queen to d4 and white plays rookh to e3 giving the king a dubble check and mate

  20. The only way to mate in two is
    Rc3 discoverd check with boshop the only way to block the check is Pf3 then b*f3 checkmate in two

  21. What about giving discovered check with Rc3+ ? Now king can’t move so pawn to f3 and Bxf3 and rook protects

  22. You move the white queen to the same Diagon as the black king and then you move the white queen in the same file as the white rook and it is a checkmate.

  23. White Rxf4 then king have only two move if King capture rook then Kxd5 checkmate & if king move d3 then Qd1 checkmate… Mate in 2..thank me laterπŸ‘πŸ‘

  24. Jeetendra advani did not see 1 thing in the 2. move Qf6+ was actually winning, if G5, Qf2+ Qg3 and Qxg3#

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  26. White,black
    This is a checkmat

  27. it was real a and a beautiful checkmate too i liked it

  28. 1.Rf4 double check from Bg2 and Rf4, only move for black is to take the rook
    2.Bh2 is a beautiful checkmate

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