Pawn Structures Explained by GM Yasser Seirawan

When the first part was to get you to understand that, it’s through the control of space that we know what the material count is worth. The idea of space is this is 64 square board like the board I have in front of me, 64 square board, I own 32 squares. They are my […]

**Award-Winning** Drama Short Film | Pawns | Omeleto

… Anyway lads… Keep hold of that, alright? Catch ya later, in a bit, eh! Cheers, lad! ‘Catch up with you in a bit, eh! Y’alright, there, lad…? Y-yeah…! Yeah, I-I’m fine… Come here… ‘Won’t need THAT… going in the trenches… … and leave your gas mask; you won’t need it. First trech raid, eh? […]

Escola Xadrez Ourense – “Chess in English” – The pawns

hello welcome to I am David González Gándara and this is a Chess in English lesson today we are going to learn how to move the pawns the pawn is this piece here this is a white pawn and each player has eight pawns the first move that a pawn can make it can […]

Beginning Chess Lessons: Part 2 : How to Structure Pawns in a Chess Game

Pawn structure: Pawn structure is a very important part of the game. The most important thing that you could ever have or the best situation with a pawn is to have a pass pawn. A pass pawn basically is a pawn which is not impeded between where it is now in the back row by […]

Weak Squares in Chess

Hello everyone! Today, I’ll show you some of my recent chess games from some rapid tournament. It was a game from Round-8 of a very strong Serbia Rapid Tournament memorial of famous Grandmaster Slobodan Martinović. In that game, I played with White pieces against a FIDE Master (FM) and let’s see what happened. I hope […]

Amazing Chess Game: Exchange Sacrifice Power! : Garry Kasparov vs Deep Blue – 1997 – Game 1

Morning all, let’s continue our look at Gary Kasparov versus the deep blue computer of 1997. So this was the rematch. The first match was in 1996, which Kasparov won 4-2. Okay so this rematch in which Kasparov nicknames his computer deeper blue, quite musingly it was just a nickname. He kicked off the first […]

Beginning Chess Lessons: Part 1 : The Strength of Different Chess Pieces

Now I would like to tell you about the relative value of the pieces. And I will do it in terms of Pawns. And understand, it is only an approximation and indeed it can be different in different circumstances. But to give you some idea, it is normally considered that the Knight is worth three […]