How to Solve Chess Tactics | 1600-1800 Puzzles Training

Learn how to solve chess puzzles from 1600-1800. Like the video, write a comment πŸ™‚

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  1. 10:05 there is queen's room inside long castle.. how u did the long castle?

  2. Terrible teacher. Feels like he only wants to show his skills

  3. Are puzzle ratings and game ratings different? Because I’m about 1200 in rapid but I solved pretty much all of these puzzles fairly easily.

  4. 17:12 "Just Take with the queen dude", LOL, that accent was funny. Great Series!!

  5. I have been following the entire series on tactics and step by step my rating are also improving now I have just crossed 1600 hoping to reach 2200…

  6. here now bc i made it up to a 1600 puzzle rating using your other guides. time to climb even further

    edit: oop 2100 now

  7. The previous video, the puzzles looked easy.
    This video, I'm not sure I would had solved more than 1 or 2.
    I'm scared to look at the next video.

  8. I can't believe it, but I solved every one!!! 😱

  9. this guy has got to be the most arrogant chess player that ever existed holy shit.

  10. He is definitely a genius at this game but his tone is sooooooooooo condescending. I feel like he's talking to viewers like they are 4 years old.

  11. As a someone rated 1600 im confused how im supposed those puzzles while Levy struggles at this level

  12. The puzzle at 08:40 is right because if you check the king first he can move closer to the tower and capture your second rook, therefore you can't take the bishop because the pawn is pinned, that's why we force the queen back and just win material

  13. Very confused as to how he castles at 9:58… Shouldn't it be impossible since black's queen is guarding B1? I've always been told that castling is illegal if one of the squares btwn the rook and the king is under attack.

  14. 10:06 is he saying "Χ”Χ•Χ€Χ”" in Hebrew or am I just imagining things?

  15. The aromatic basket spectacularly fetch because thomas putatively mend for a joyous risk. safe, big shade

  16. like you're swag, too confident 😎😎

  17. I'm attacking the rook which is correct…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  18. I like your videos a lot, however you come off kinda arrogant often.

  19. The first thing you check in puzzles: in checkmate in 1 against you. If this is the case it narrow down you options down to few.

  20. How does pawn g3 not block the queen and breakdown black's defense at 14:50?????

  21. These videos are so awesome, so much more helpful than just solving the tactics alone.

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  23. It says I can only do a limited amount of puzzles a day πŸ™

  24. For the puzzle at 5:00, after the moves RxB3, AxB3, KxE6, NE5
    I think you can also play RD4+, KE3, KxD5.

  25. Like if you found the 2:47 puzzle on your own. It took me a good minute or two to figure out.. tricky yes but doable with some thought. There isn’t much happening on the board so I find it a little easier to find the solution, and there’s only so many possible moves it could be. All it is is removing the defender of the defender of the trapped piece. Surprised to hear him say it should be 2000 rated, I think it has a proper rating.

  26. Game: puzzle first appears
    Gotham: 0.5 seconds later, I know this one, it’s tricky.
    Me: Wat

  27. @13:50, well it's only fair that if they have 2000-level puzzles rated 1600, they'll throw in the occasional 1100-level puzzle which they rate 1600 πŸ™‚

  28. nice video but it would have been interesting, each time, that you really share your mind process to find the solution; even if it seems you see the solution in 1/2 sec, while i spend 5mins

  29. I had an easy way to get a rating of 1700, a week later i had 1750 and now i'm heading towards 1900..

    But the thing is, the average puzzles i solve are still rated 1600.. they're still puzzle rated between 1150 and 2050 which is insane

    Ps: and i usually loose to the easy one's with several minutes of thinking time.

  30. 16:30 This guy has to be the most arrogant chess player ever. This is his career that he has been learning probably since he was a teenager or at an even younger age, now he cannot fathom people that incorrectly solve these puzzles.

  31. @13:23 Rd2+ isn't mate, but black will be able to prevent mate on e8 via: Rd2+ Ke4 Nd6+ and the knight covers e8.

  32. Yeah, dont beg for stuff…unless its likes, subscribers, merch sales, ad revenue, sponsors, online courses, pay to view videos, or to follow other puppets who beg for the same.
    Silly Billy.

  33. I agree some of the 1600 puzzles are much harder than that rating

  34. I'm about 1710 in puzzles and hearing your evaluation of the levels of some of these puzzles make me feel better. Like I feel like total trash when I miss a puzzle that was hard and there were like "1250". I'm stuck at getting partial credit for some of these 1600-2000 puzzles but watching these at least makes me feel better so thank you

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