10 Chess Tips Every Beginner Should Know
We have a lot of new players watching our streams and videos, and we receive hundreds of questions and coaching requests every day! In this video Andrea shows 10 basic chess strategies, that every beginner player should know. Mastering these principles will give you a solid base, that you can gradually improve upon as you get more chess experience. Drop a like and tell us in the comments, if you found these tips useful and if you’d like to see more of these videos in the future!
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00:00 RULE #1: DEVELOP PIECES AND ATTACK TOWARDS THE CENTER
00:39 RULE #2: CASTLE BEFORE ATTACKING
01:20 RULE #3: DO NOT PUSH KINGSIDE PAWNS
02:12 RULE #4: DO NOT TAKE THE QUEEN OUT EARLY
02:55 RULE #5: TRADE SIDE PAWNS FOR CENTER PAWNS
03:25 RULE #6: AVOID DOUBLING YOUR PAWNS
04:14 RULE #7: USE OPEN FILES AND CONNECT ROOKS
05:29 RULE #8: IMPROVE YOUR PIECES
06:34 RULE #9: BISHOPS ARE BETTER IN OPEN POSITIONS, KNIGHTS ARE BETTER IN CLOSED ONES
08:31 RULE#10: ACTIVATE YOUR KING IN THE ENDGAME
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Just started playing chess with my brothers. Going to use these tips to get an advantage over them haha
Smart and lovely.
The way she talks is cute!
Can you be my chess tutor
Such a sexy voice
Going to go try out on a chess tournament on my school in 3 days without any prior knowledge of how to play good at chess
Thith ith a thuper video thanth
Damn, now I gotta watch the video again
Is it too late for someone over 30 to learn chess? How long does it typically take someone to reach an ELO rating of 2000?
Simple, great tips explained clearly. Nice one. 😊
Amazing video. Simple principles that can be used immediately without hurting your brain.
papa botez teaches well.
You fall into quite some stereotypes but once you open your mouth, it's a great relief lol
How does the kinght move ?
She’s incredibly smart
So yesterday I tried steps one and two, but my opponent started attacking with her knight right away and took a knight and my queen. I was able to come back and win, but I felt I did something wrong in positioning all these pieces out. Any advanced thoughts on this further development?
What is the point of castleing tho???
Thanks for that 👍🏼
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It works very well when i play both side
One of the best shortest chess videos I've ever seen… You taught a lot in a small amount of time!!! Thank You