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Clear and easy to follow, WITH EXAMPLES – the top 35 chess principles that EVERY chess player needs to know. These chess principles cover the opening, middlegame and endgame. Chess opening principles are crucial to help you get off to a good start. Chess middlegame principles are vital throughout the game. Chess endgame principles are important to finish off the game properly. These chess principles will take your chess strategy to the next level. These chess concepts and ideas are crucial to how to improve at chess. One of the best ways to improve your chess strategy, is to learn these important chess principles. These chess strategies will help your chess rating grow very rapidly. These chess principles are beneficial to beginners, intermediate chess players and advanced chess players as well. There are some beginner chess principles, some intermediate chess principles, and some advanced chess principles.
Trading pieces when in front and pawns when behind is very useful to know. Thank you.
Principle 16 – bishop and knight trade for rook and pawn (both 6 points).
That's one thing I'll never get about chess – how you can value a rook at 5 points while a bishop is only 3. They do exactly the same thing, save for the fact the bishop is on the diagonal whilst the rook goes horizontal / vertical. I suppose the rook gets the higher value for the protection it can offer / mayhem it can cause behind the pawns.
Very good tips to remember. Thanks for the video…
Is it me or did you jump no 29 while explaining "when ahead material trade pieces not pawns".😢
Awesome. A great majority of the principles I knew but some were new. Thanks!
Weird question, but… What software did you use to produce this video? Nice job!
what a usefull video thanks:)
Amazing! Thanks a lot! Great to see genuine people wanting to help others!
I've actually destroyed players using almost exclusively pawns before. I once won an entire game using nothing but my pawns and the queen. no other pieces moved the entire game.
I know this would never work against truly skilled opponents, but the people I was playing weren't slouches either.
I've never been able to recreate this, but sometimes winning can occur by simply subverting expectations.
Thanks for going over these principles I’m sure most is common sense chess strategy always good to refreshen the mind to be able to respond to these situations when they arise in a Game
not a pro player, but happy to say I already knew all of these. Most of them I learned by simply playing chess over Many years and figured out on my own through trial and error.
I finally reached 1050/1065. My highest peak ever was 1300, out of luck. Now it´s time to start watching some videos like this one and reading a few books.
Still searching for principle no. 29 🙄
Great Video thanks😊
As far as you go on playing chess, the less you pay attention to rules
Dude isn't it
Knights on the rim are dim
Knights on the rim are grim?
Well presented; thank you for sharing.
I feel so enlightened after watching this video. Thanks!
bro for this informations, thanks again
Wow! thanks for that. Excellent tutorial for beginners like myself. Has helped me massively
I love Principle 35.
his last principle really made my smile fade lol
My chess understanding decreases every time I play
I just try to think like Agent Mahone😂😂
Great tips ❤
Lost me when you didn’t pin the knight with the Queen -.-
Brilliant – principle 35: you might need to ignore the principles and rules – that’s the one for me !
Good video – thanks
Thank you Sir for the ideas.
Excellent video. Thank you
I don't agree that much early castling of king like shown in this video because opponent can concentrate his all pieces towards that corner after that . according to me we have to suspense the opponent in which side we are going to castle
Thanks for this. Helped me a great deal.
All basic, but all good reminders. Nice and clearly explained.
Why knights before bishops??
Hey Nelson, thank you for the video. I've just started learning Chess and this video gave me principles to follow. I'll be watching all the other videos. You have one more subscriber! Hasta la próxima, amigo.
thought it would be an old wise chess guy. clickbait
Thank you very much. It was very interesting.
Just don't blunder mate in 1 like me and you're good
Please address people with respect. "Hey guys" is brutally presumptious. Anything wrong with "Welcome", "Hello", "Greetings" …?
One of the greatest videos I’ve ever seen
Great video. Thanks for clear, quick explanations and no BS.
What is your thumbnail ? Movie?
very good video!
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