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

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

People keep asking me, “How can I win more games of chess?” I give them a very simple answer, “Lesser
the number of mistakes you make, the more games you will win.” In today’s chess video, I am going to show
you the 5 most common mistakes every chess player makes. And plus, I also have an interesting chess
puzzle for you all. So stay tuned till the end and keep watching Chess Talk. Hello Chess Friends, I am Jeetendra Advani. If this is your first time on this channel
and you want to learn some cool chess tricks and become a better chess player, then start now by subscribing and clicking the bell so you don’t miss any of my videos. Okay, so the number one mistake every chess
player makes is to leave Hanging pieces on the board. Hanging pieces are undefended pieces which can be easily taken by your opponent. There are 2 reasons why this happens. The first one is carelessness. Not noticing that your piece can get taken
or even miscounting the number of attackers. In this game, for example, white takes the
pawn on g5. He is threatening to checkmate and double attack on his next move. But he forgot to check the attackers on this square. This square is being attacked by Black’s 2
pieces – the bishop and the queen. Whereas, it is being defended by only one
white piece and that is the bishop. Eventually, white loses a minor piece and
loses the game. This is something that you need to avoid. So Every time you make a move, look for pieces that attack the square you move into. Another reason of leaving hanging pieces is that you can sometimes accidentally get rid of a defender. In this game, for example, black is looking
to attack on the king’s side. He wants to get rid of this knight so he offers an exchange by playing knight to h4. White takes this and then, black just quickly grabs this knight with his queen. This is a big mistake. In trying to be ultra aggressive, Black completely
forgot that his queen was defending this bishop. As soon as the queen moved, white simply took
this bishop with his knight and he was at a solid advantage. These are things you always need to look for. The idea is to move your pieces to better
squares. So before moving any piece, always double check what your piece was doing there before. Another big mistake that most chess players make is that they are Not thinking about their opponent’s plan and strategy. Let’s take a look at this game. Here black plays queen to h4. He is looking to attack this h2 pawn. White thinks that black has made a blunder
and immediately captures the queen. But this is a big mistake. White did not think about his opponent’s plan. The white queen was actually defending this b1 square. And as soon as the queen moved, black could easily get his rook to b1 and give an astonishing checkmate. So keeping a track of your opponent’s tactics is very important. When your opponent makes a move, immediately ask yourself, why did he do that? What is his idea behind this? Even if it looks like a blunder, you need
to think over it because he could be setting up a trap for you. Moving on to the third most common mistake. And that’s all about king safety. You should always look to castle early on
in the game, unless you have a solid reason of not doing so. Even after you castle, you need to understand that these pawns in front of your king are very valuable. If you start moving them, then you are exposing your king to various checks and attacks. Let’s take this game for example. In this game, White’s pawn is being attacked by the knight. So he decided to support it by playing pawn to f3. But again, this is a mistake. Black brought his queen to c5 giving check and at the same time, also attacking this bishop. White lost his bishop and ultimately lost
the game. Moral of the story is that you need to treat
these pawns in front of your king with utmost importance. They are here to protect your king. Move them only when it is absolutely necessary. Because if you lose the king, you simply lose the game.Okay, now another big problem with chess players is their tendency of making
random moves. Many players keep moving their pieces repeatedly without any objective. Let’s take a look at how white is playing
this game. He is continuously moving his knights for
no reason. And then he brought his queen out, which was actually not required and eventually, it got trapped by Black’s minor pieces. If you keep playing random moves like these, you will eventually lose the game. Always Remember these golden rules: Never move a piece twice in the opening and Never make a move, thinking you don’t know what to do. If you follow these rules, you will highly
increase your chances of winning the game. The fifth and final mistake happens when you don’t see the whole board. In Chess, it could easily happen that you
are concentrating on one part of the board and forget to see the board as a whole. Let me show you an example. In this game, White saw that black has a lonely king at this side of the board so he thought of attacking. He started off with rook to h1 check. But this bishop, on the other side of the
board, completely skipped his mind. He lost his rook for a bishop and ultimately lost the game. That’s why it becomes very important to focus on the entire board. You need to specifically watch out for bishops because they can be very dangerous on such long open diagonals. Are you making any of these chess mistakes? Let me know in the comments below. Okay, so It’s puzzle time. But before moving onto today’s chess puzzle, I request you to show your support and Like this video. We are targeting 2000 likes on this video,
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to find the Best Move continuation for White. If you are able to find the solution to this
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100 thoughts on “5 Biggest Mistakes Chess Players Make! Best Chess Tricks, Moves, Strategy & Ideas to Win Games

  1. Ktg6 check, PXKt;
    Qh6 check, PXQ;
    Rh7 checkmate!!
    It's knight to g6 – check. So, black needs to play forced move pawn captures knight. Then queen to h6 – check again & black needs to play again the forced move pawn catures queen.
    Finally rook to h7 & it's check and mate.

  2. Queen to c 6, then black queen will capture the queen, then white moves knight to c 6

    Therefore you got his queen

  3. Winning the exchange,even If is just winning an extra pawn.I have to pay attention to that when I am playing my internet chess computer.

  4. e5 knight moves to g6 and check to black King
    Black h7 pawn capture the white knight
    And white queen gives to check by moving h6
    And black Pawn g7 pawn capture the white queen moving to h6
    Finally f7 white Rook moves to h7 it's check and mate
    I hope u can understand what I am saying
    Thank you sir

  5. One way is pretty common and Answered by many in the comment section… i want to share the other method here ..!

    Rook capture g7..
    1) If Bishop captures g7 then knight to f7 check mate
    2) If Bishop moves away anywhere else like c5 then Rook captures h7 and check mate .
    3) If Black Knight moves to e2 and gives us check and fork the Queen then we will move the King to h1 (moving it to f1 is very bad move coz Black queen to g1 check .. King captures knight e2 but then black rook captures knight at e5 check and so and so..)
    Ok so King to h1
    – knight captures c1 .. Rook to g8 or h7 is checkmate
    – Black Queen moves to g1 check then Rook captures g1 .. knight captures g1 or c1 whatever.. he can't stop rook to g8 or h7 checkmate !

  6. Qh6 if he move like pawn takes h6 then Rh7 check mate
    Or queen to h6 if pawn takes f6 then queen takes h 7 check mate

  7. Qh6 threatening checkmate so black takes the queen then Rh7 is the fantabulous checkmate on the board👍👍

  8. The solution is: Ng6+ (forcing black to capture), hxg6 (forced response), Qh6+ (forcing black to capture again and freeing the rook's movement), gxh6 (forced response), Rh7#.


  9. As a general rule, if I can't see anything that needs moving, I go for a closed game. The first player to lose his resolve and break the board open usually ends up creating a weakness.

    Thinking about your opponent's game is so important that you can actually improve your game by thinking ONLY about your opponent's game! Try it!

    Another good way to win the psychological game is to think "What did my opponent want me to do?" and do the opposite. If he wants to trade everything down to rooks, let him waste his moves as he takes takes takes, and use your own moves and recaptures to gain positional advantages.

    You can also ask "What does my opponent think I fear happening?" then plan to go down that very road with a very solid positional game: for example, if he's intent on stopping you from castling, and behaves as if that's all that matters, simply adapt the game so that your king is solid in the middle, then attack on both flanks.

    Seeing how many times a piece is defended or attacked is called the "calculus", and after much experience you can sense who will win all the calculuses without hardly thinking

  10. I have NEVER made a mistake in chess. I am the great & powerful Mikie Wikie. So let it be written. So let it be done.And stuff like that.

  11. The best move continuation for white is :-
    First, a knight sacrifice.,

  12. How to not make random moves if you are an amateur. You need practice and knowledge to have a strategy.

  13. Knight e5 to g6 and check…
    He kills with h7 Pown…
    Next check with Queen h6…he kills with g7 Pown…checkmate with f7 to h7….

  14. 4:45 I always do that shit I only concentrate on one side than when I see my king he is dead…I meant checkmate

  15. Hourse to d7 is the best move with the advantage of threatening the queen and the bishop at the same time

  16. #suggestion play against agadmator. #jeetendraadvani vs #agadmator. That will be fun. We respect both of you no matter what.

  17. I think it's queen h6. If black takes queen then he's checkmate when took takes pawn h7. And you will know what happens when black decides not to take the queen😂

  18. Qh6, checkmate threat followed by Qxh7, so pawn is forced to capture. And if Pxh6 then Rxh7++ is an astonishing check and mate.
    And if pawn captures the knight then Qh7++ is a beautiful checkmate.
    Another one
    Ng6+ Pxg6 Qh6+ Pxh6 Rh7++

  19. The best move is horse e5 to d7 because it cause double attack in bishop and queen, the horse f6 is already attacking the rook e8. If I do this move, the queen will be move to the a5 to safe the square d8, and I attack the rook with horse f6, next the rook a8 attack the horse e8, next I attack the bishop with horse, next the rook will attack the horse and I attack the rook with my rook and this the checkmate……. 😀😀😀🙂🙂 Simple

  20. My answer is first knight to g6 (check) then poon should capture knight after that queen to h6 again(check) poon will have to capture queen and after that rook to h7 and it's a bueatiful checkmate……..

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