35 Vital Chess Principles | Opening, Middlegame, and Endgame Principles – Chess Strategy and Ideas

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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.

76 Comments

  1. No 33 hope chess, im guilty of it, it sucked a lot to listening to that, but im greatful that u did

  2. So in a nutshell –

    Here are 34 important chess principles that you should master. Oh and also they don't matter from time to time.

  3. What moves were made to flip the rook and king?

  4. Rule no 29 went missing in the video but came up in the spreadsheet

  5. Thank you for not putting Anya Taylor Joy's face in the thumbnail. Most people use that face in everything that relates to chess.

  6. I like principle number 33 and 35πŸ˜‚

  7. You also had seen play with mobile and computer ..even a expert may loose why…
    Cause computer has a pr.edefined logic and algo ….what that algo and principle iscan you explore …

  8. Thanks good info ,Principle 29th is missing

  9. Strategy without tactics results in the longest path to victory. Tactics without strategy is but noise before defeat – Sun Tsu

    It would seem that both strategy (inventiveness, adaptation, improvisation) and tactics (proven techniques, useful knowledge/intelligence) are needed in equal measure for a good chance at success.

  10. Really like this video. However am I missing something at 17:06? How is this a smother checkmate when e7 pawn can capture the knight?

    Also at 14:06 wouldn’t rook to f1 be a good counter?

  11. this is a great video. I just started playing chess 2 months ago and am hooked ha! I am at 600 elo.

  12. Thankyou so much brother for making this video it's so helpful. πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ. Love from India ❀️❀️❀️❀️

  13. Chess Principle number 36: Try not to shove pawn pieces up your butt. They get lost in there pretty easily.

  14. 17:05. I’m new to chess, but how is this a checkmate? Black’s pawn can take the knight.

  15. Nice vid I got someone with a fools mate once we both laughed

  16. on 12:20 i think a bishop trade was very bad for black because white could take a bishop with a pawn not with a quiin and make a half open file towards a blacks king witch is bad for black πŸ™‚

  17. If there is a top 35, I wonder how many hundreds of principles there are. Almost like the go proverbs, of which are there are also hundreds, some of it making far mroe sense than others.

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