2 Extraordinary Chess Problems | Puzzle Challenge – Find the Winning Moves | Best Chess Stories

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In today’s chess video, we’ll look at some of the most amazing chess puzzles/problems I’ve ever seen. We also have some interesting chess stories to go along. This involves a lot of chess thinking in terms of strategy, tactics, moves & ideas so, try solving these chess problems if you are a Genius and if you do manage to find the solutions, let me know in the comments. Chess Challenge – We’ll be looking at the solutions as well, but you should try it on your own to test your chess skills & talent. These exercises will help beginners to improve & get better at finding the best moves in different positions on the chessboard. These are some of the best chess stories, which show the different perspectives of chess players (Chess Story #1) & also the results of cheating by using chess engines (Chess Story #2). I also have an interesting chess puzzle at the end of this video (by Paul Morphy), let’s see if you can solve that.

Video Chapters:
0:00 2 Extraordinary Chess Puzzles & Stories
0:10 Story #1: Chess Problems & Solutions
3:48 Story #2: Chess Problems & Solutions
7:30 About Brilliant
8:27 Chess Puzzle – Can You Solve it?

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  1. i found the puzzle solution , those stories were major trickery though

  2. If you haven't done so already, you might want to find one of Blathy's monsters (100+ move mates). Generally, they're solved by using some sequence of moves that gives White a free move; then White repeats that sequence all over, and White makes another free move, etc., and eventually wins. (That's what I was expecting here.)

  3. The puzzle at the end,

    I solved it by myself

    White rook to a6
    If the black pawn eats the white rook, then white pawn to b7.
    Checkmate in 2 moves!

    2nd Solution
    White rook to a6
    If the black bishop moves in anywhere.
    Then, white rook to a7.
    Checkmate in 2 moves!

  4. I didn't solve it by MYself, I solved it by YOURself!

  5. R a6.
    If black take rhe rook pown b7 is mate
    If black move the bishop then r tek a7 is mate in two

  6. Ra6,if bishop moves Rh7 check mate is p*a6 then pb7 check mate

  7. For second story of Iphone 14:
    I have a different answer
    1) queen to b3 and black king has still one legal move that is
    2) king to a1
    then advance your white king and then finally mate.
    I hope it's correct.

  8. Pls make ur next video on some rare but awesome openings

  9. 4:58 "OK dad…how come my pawn moves backwards instead of just taking your queen?"

  10. How about Rook H1 by White, then Wh Bishop F3 after black gets the queen??

  11. I found out two variations for this:
    1. Ra6 bxa6 2. b7 checkmate

    1. Ra6, Black will either play Bc3 or Bd4 or Be5 no matter wherever the bishop moves since it is the only active piece on next turn 2. Rxa7# (forced move and mate in 2)

    Morphy wins 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  12. I accept that I waited for the answer i couldn't solve it

  13. Puzzle forcefully move rook to a6 rook captured by pawn in b7 then our pawn to b7 then we get the checkmate

  14. And then stockfish sees the first game and says “ahh, yes, black can force mate in 2”

  15. It was Ra6 pawn captures and the white pawn pushes and mate

  16. Ra6, pawn takes, then pawn to b7… And that is a beautiful checkmate

  17. after rook a7, can't black play b2 and defend the newly promoted queen?

  18. Yes i solved this on my own this is a very hard

    If we cheat we are a loser

  19. I did not solve it I waited for you to show me the solution

  20. I request you to make a video on the Scotch Gambit.

  21. Sir the pieces are blocked with the subtitles. Thanks

  22. No, I couldn't solved it! But I am really impressed seeing the solution

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