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CHESS Tactics #2 Malayalam Tips

– repositioning a position in a white in the position my white in Lingle quietly talking on solid Sajida and it told me in this one and item right and then by the token [Music] not anymore much like talking about him that you wanted like to take me to the baby I don’t want […]

English Opening forces a FIDE Master to resign on Chess.com | Twitch Chess Game

FM this time. All right. This time let’s play a little different. So 3 minute Chess is actually a good warm up, but you see guys you gotta play quickly and these guys are extremely fast. So my idea is to keep this as an option. This is called the English Opening. Or reverse dragon. […]

how to win chess in 4 moves

Hello friends today, I’m going to show you how to win chess in 4 moves in just only 4 moves you can win the game Ok, let’s start first move Open this and he will also follow the same because he need to open the Queen then second move Here We need to attack on […]

Checkmate in the opening #10: Chess history

Riga, Latvia 1970 Mikhail Tal is playing white The name of the black player is not known The French-Tarrasch opening … the closed variation Black strikes at the center to open it up Black strikes again but …. Mikhail needs his e5 pawn, so … … he offers up a sacrificial knight The queen begins […]

Ruy Lopez – Breyer Variation ⎸Chess Openings

Hello everyone! This is Stjepan. In this video I’m going to cover the Breyer Variation of the Closed Ruy Lopez. The variation got its name after Gyula Breyer, who was a Hungarian chess prodigy from the beginning of the 20th century. He was a part of the modern school of chess and he contributed a […]

Chess openings – French Winawer

Welcome back to chessopenings.com. In today’s video, we’ll get a chance to look at the razor sharp opening known as the French Winawer, and it begins with the moves, pawn to e4, pawn to e6, pawn to d4, pawn to d5, knight c3, and then the key move, bishop to b4. Today we’ll get a […]

Chess traps in the opening Scotch game with the intermediate checks!

We continue to study Scotch Game and consider the interesting continuation on the fifth move. White moves Bc4 This move only looks like active but actually gives advantage for black much more profitable to play N:c6 and after b:c e5 Qe7, Qe2 Nd5, c4 with active playing In the game after Nf6 followed Bc4 and […]