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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. rook to a 6 then black has only 2 options which both lead to mate in the next move… either take the rook with pawn to a6 and then white pawn to b 7 and mate or leave the rook and just move the bishop … anywhere else cuz black has no other legal moves… so when he move rook to a7 mate

  2. i was very, i mean VERY impressed at the first one. I was baffled

  3. I feel I've grown rusty

  4. Second best thing in youtube – solving chess puzzles
    The first – listening to the funny and calming voice of the indian narrator 😀

  5. Regarding the first puzzle, I know they say it will end in a draw if both sides make the correct play. But regarding one of the variations, if you go to the 1:58 mark. After the black king attacks the rook by moving to a7, what if the game continues as follows;
    White plays rook to B5, black plays pawn to A1= Queen, white plays rook x pawn on C5. Then you have a black queen vs a white rook, bishop and pawn. That is fairly even in terms of material, so while I could see the game going either way at that point, there does not seem to be any reason for white to resign, unless I am missing an obvious winning line by black.

  6. Chess works when two players who trust each other play "over the board." Otherwise, you're likely playing AI as Niemann's open letter alleging cheating and many other recent cheating episodes show. The game needs an overhaul, as it is quickly becoming as obsolete as checkers. Thankfully, I have invented a new version of chess which should begin testing and be online early next year, which gives the power back to the people while replacing chess's archaic terminology. Plus, there are countless more gameplay possibilities with the introduction of Variable Rules to pair with the carried over Fixed Rules of chess and the playing for points as well as position, giving the player woefully behind in the position more of a fighting chance. The introduction of Nuclear Units and SDI Defense Units, treaty negotiations, borders, and the Points Settings allow the players to customize each game, making it more difficult for both AI and opening books to game the system. Even if two games have exactly the same positional layouts, a strong move in one game could be very weak in the other. The nuclear element, the psychology of negotiating, and the introduction of U. S. cultural metaphors will get players hooked and make online play relevant again.

  7. Yes I solved this..after you gave the answer😁. Im trying..

  8. um, I pause the video and put the position into the engine, it did found mate in 8, the kid didn't had a good engine 🤣 (before I get flamed, I didn't do it because I'm a cheater, I was just in disbelief that an engine wouldn't find the right moves, like, they are better then humans boys)

  9. 6:57 Wait, wait, wait. Didn't the white king just put itself in check by moving into the b2 pawn's attack range? And isn't that, like, super illegal? Why did this move work?

  10. White can play 1)Ra6
    If black plays bXa6, then b7# is checkmate
    If black moves the bishop, RXa7#

  11. I don't even play chess but the presenter's enthusiasm made this so so watchable, and the solution to the second was amazing.

  12. IIUC the first puzzle is winning for Black. At 3:25 after Black takes the bishop, White is in a zugzwang. Black will get opposition, take White's pawn, and promote their pawn.

  13. I am a new subscriber and I really enjoy your videos. Keep it up!

  14. Bro subtitles mat daliya kuch dikhata nahi

  15. Please remove the dialogue box from the chess board. Complete chess board not visible due to the dialogue box

  16. I try it to my younger bro on std 3 he solved it

  17. I did it actually! I thought it would be wrong but after seeing your solution I was like .. i was right 🔥btw I'm a chess player ( just a teenager) i have played many tournaments like school and interschool i never won any medals because I used to be in Top 5 ( 4th or 5th ) btw nice puzzle if I was at the place of boy i would have got iPhone, because I solved it in first attempt 😃 please bring more puzzles like this they are really fun!!

  18. I rearranged the chess pieces in chess lv. 100 and played with computer; but did not use any hints.

  19. Last puzzle answer: Sacrifice your rook by moving it to a6 and move your white pawn in b6 forward. Checkmate!!

  20. Puzzle Solution:
    Ra6. If black takes the rook, b7 is a beautiful pawn checkmate.
    Any other move, which would have to be with black's bishop on b8, would allow Rook takes a7 checkmate, since our king controls the b8 square.
    That is why I think the puzzle solution is Ra6.

  21. 8:27 Rh6 if bishop moves Rh7 is checkmate if Pawn takes Rook b7 is a checkmate

  22. Sir i am u-15 player and your subscriber. I need help.
    My lichess I'd:Madara_L
    My puzzle rating:2150
    Total solved:109
    My new account.
    For few months i didn't solve tactics then created an new account for school purpose.
    Target in 20 days
    Puzzles rating:2500+
    My current accuracy 50%
    Target 85%. How many puzzles do i need to do it in lichess to reach 2500+ with 85% accuracy in 20 days. I have promised to my friends. Pls helpppppp.

  23. in the puzzel rook to a6 should do the trick

  24. Rook to a6, Pawn b7 takes Rook, then move pawn to b7 …. Checkmate😎

  25. Bro it is notpossile because the B2 pon is attack the king

  26. The only kings n pawns in the end is still winning for black,no?

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