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. Queen D5, because it attacks the black queen and it’s defended by the C4 pawn. This will force the black queen to move B4, and then queen takes pawn in E5, going for a queen exchange

  2. I learned about swot in school never knew it could be used for chess that brilliant

  3. D2 Bishop to G5 may help, I'm not really good at chess so an explantion from you on the mistake would be appreciated

  4. I might only be a 650 rapid but I immediately saw that fork on c6 at 8:00

  5. Maybe moving bishop to c3 ? Is that correct?

  6. as soon as he said, are you someone who makes random moves in chess games?
    i was like …me, that’s me sir 🥺

  7. Move pawn to f3 to free the king from the Canon and move it to f2 then check mate with the bishop at g5

  8. exchange bishop by b*c3 then the queen takes the bishop check

    and rook blocks the check

    whatever the next move it would be checkmate by Qd6 and then to D8

    if the queen goes back and prevents Qd6 check then Qc7 check then capture the rook

  9. Qe6 chck and attacking the rook if Kxe6 bxc3 discovery chck winning 1 piece

  10. Bishop takes c3
    Black queen takes c3
    Rook to d7 checkmate

  11. Pawn to C5, this protects threats against queen, then queen d6 to fork rook.

  12. I will use the camel to check the king and "Boom" the game is over

  13. Imagine how many carts Indian bubbles fixes up

  14. Almost was at 600 elo and lost 11 in a row today

  15. Qc6 kxQc6, dxc3 king escape from check dxa5Q

  16. אתה מכיר את אוריאל שלמה?
    הןא חבר שלי

  17. Qd5 , as it provides a pawn defender and threat to opponents queen, may result in opponents Bishop capture in next move.

  18. according to me, its pawn to f4 if black pawn takes then Qe4+,
    then if the black king moves to
    Kd6,blunder because after Bxc3+ and the queen is gone

  19. I guess bishop takes bishop check, rook takes bishop, rook to b1 checkmate. The rook can't cover back due to queen pin??

  20. Ok the answer to the puzzle
    Just put D2 bishop to G5 that's it ,
    There is no threat to bishop
    And the black king cannot go anywhere
    He can't go to E8,D7,D6,E6 as white Queen is guarding it
    He can't go to D8 because as our white bishop moves to G6 it opens the path for our rook
    And he definitely can't go to f6 as our bishop is there
    So checkmate
    And yeah no danger for our bishop when it is in g5

  21. Not trying to be a dick but I’m just gonna say your English is really good dude. I don’t wanna come off like racist or anything like that I can tell though that you are not a native English speaker but you speak very well sir. I’m sorry if this offends anyone as it was not meant to I was just impressed and wanted the creator to know how well he did.

  22. Even if this is now three years old video It helped me more than any other one.

  23. Puzzle solution :
    Move: D2 Bishop to G5
    Why : It will be a check mate as D6, D7, E6, E8 are blocked by Queen and F6, D8 are getting blocked by the Bishop so King gets no move to save himself..

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