Want to learn to play chess quickly and effortlessly. Well, here is your chance to learn how the chess pieces move, all the chess rules, basic strategy, tactics, special rules and more in 5 minutes or less!
Like any board game there are a number of rules and tactics which should be understood. Chess is no different, and before you can contend with the all-time great chess players, a good strategy and basic knowledge of the game is required.
This was my first game in the Delaware Grand Prix Tournament Event #4 Round #1. The event was G29, which means 29 minutes per game for each player. Take a look at the game and I hope it will help you to avoid mistakes I have made. How to get the most from this game? First, go over the game moves by yourself and only after that read my comments going over the game 2nd time. Enjoy and learn!
This was my last game in the Delaware Grand Prix Tournament Event #4 Round #5. The event was G29, which means 29 minutes per game for each player. Take a look at the game and I hope it will help you to avoid mistakes I have made. How to get the most from this game? First, go over the game moves by yourself and only after that read my comments going over the game 2nd time. I played White. Enjoy and learn!
About The Author of this Chess Lectures Series ~ My name is Asgard Rambaldi, my elo is 2274 (Peak rating 2338), I’m from Never ever land ~ This channel is exclusively about chess.. Meaning that I don’t use it for anything but Creating and Watching chess videos, posting comments, rating and subscribing chess-material I’m playing the FICS server where my handle is Opinel I have decided to create an account on You Tube mainly because I want to help people learn this ancient game. I have studied many things in my life (Computer science, nutrition and am currently a med student) but none as profound as chess (schach-mat), I’ve learned a lot about life through chess!
A lot of people are snatch-and-grab, fast-paced types who love expediency and the thought of cruising to an easy victory. For this demographic, the game of checkers has long been a fun activity. With no in-depth strategy needed, players scream, “King me!” as they jump their opponent’s pieces en route to the boards opposite end. But the game of chess, on the other hand, is considered the game of true Kings; a thinking man’s game that involves detailed strategy and a fearless disposition that never shies away from danger.
What is blindfold chess (BF)?
According to Wikipedia it is a way to play chess, when play is conducted without players having sight of the position of pieces nor physical contact with them. How many times have you been amazed by somebody’s ability to easily and effortlessly calculate long variations during a game or come up with a neat tactics? I can bet that players who do such things are able to play well at blindfold chess. What does the BF chess do to help your game? First of it helps a lot in developing a good board visualization. When player is able to visualize a position in the head his calculation speed greatly increases, blunders are almost completely eliminated; new tactical ideas come up during a game and so on. Every strong player today is able to play blindfold chess.