ALL Chess Tactics Explained |Chess Strategy, Moves, Ideas & Basics for Beginners| How to Play Chess

As you know, chess is 10% strategy & 90% tactics. In this video, Jeetendra Advani covers 24 major tactics that every chess player must know. He will show you examples of all the important moves and ideas that chess beginners must know. He will also share some checkmate patterns and tactics alongwith some sacrifice tactics. If you are new to chess, then you should first check out his ‘How to Play Chess’ video here:
This video covers all the rules of chess.
Chess Tactics Video Timestamps:
0:04 Chess Strategy vs Tactics
0:32 Fork
1:16 Pins
1:39 Absolute pins
1:52 Relative pins
2:14 Skewer
2:47 Discovered Attack
3:13 Discovered check
3:31 Discovered double check
4:00 Windmill
4:30 Interference
4:58 Overloading
5:35 Deflecting
6:08 Decoy
7:13 X-Ray Attack
8:07 Zugzwang
8:39 Zwischenzug or Desperado
9:13 Undermining
9:38 Forcing a Stalemate
10:14 Perpetual Checks
10:56 Underpromoting
11:36 Queen Sacrifice
12:04 Exchange Sacrifice
12:25 Clearance Sacrifice
13:06 Exposing Hanging Pieces
13:33 Trapping a Piece
14:05 Support Mate
14:23 Smothered Mate
15:02 Back-rank Mate
15:26 Chess Puzzle

At the end of this video is an interesting chess puzzle to test your understanding of these tactics. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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205 Comments

  1. Queen takes bishop then black takes with pawn and knight delivers a fork and white takes queen

  2. The answer of puzzle: Qxf6 if he takes the queen Ne7+ and fork queen and king

  3. the answer of the puzzle Queen captures bisop pawn captures queen Ne7+and knight captures the queen

  4. Fork as knight will fork after sacrifice, Queen sacrifice to allow a fork, overloading as the black bishop is protecting important squares and pieces, decoy as we are trapping the queen with the fork after sacrificing and at last undermining as we are capturing the bishop an important defender for black.

  5. queen to f6 and knight to e7 what a fork……my first clever move

  6. In perpetual checks tactic knight to g6 was a fork to the king and the rook

  7. Queen takes bishop, after pawn capture, knight check is fork

  8. Solution =
    QxBf6 gxQf6
    Ne7 [ forking the king and queen]

  9. Queen sacrifice takes bishop g7 pawn takes knight e7 fork

    Edit:-
    Fork,sacrifice(queen)

  10. politics, you go left I go right… you are "the plan".

  11. puzzle:- Ne7 is a fork on queen and king

  12. 10:36
    White is winning after knight to g6
    If the king stays on 8th rank, then, knight X e7

  13. The move combination is 1.Qxf6 1.gxf6 and then 2.Ne7+ forks the king and queen and white gets a Knight up.

    Tactics used- Decoy and Fork

  14. Great video indeed and i like how you are organized and direct to the point

  15. Why would you record yourself inside an echo chamber? Do you not want me to understand your talk?

  16. Hallo I'm 11 year old thank you for your help sir I have a tournament tomorrow in my school thank very much

  17. Did someone else discover the better move for white in perpetual check example

  18. Last puzzle : First take the bishop by sacrificing the queen then after black takes with the pawn then knight e7 is a royal fork

  19. Queen takes f6 pawn takes f6 knight e7 check the tactic is a fork and queen sacrifice this is a nice puzzle and i liked this video ❤

  20. Nice puzzle at the end… but I got it!

    Q takes B
    G7 takes
    N fork on E7

  21. Best move for white is queen to f6 and when black’s bishop take our queen we give a fork by placing our knight to e7 to win material

  22. Qxf6,gxf6, Ne7+ and after king moves knight takes queen

  23. In perpetual checks knight to g7 check the only legal move is king g8 and then knight takes on e7 bishop it will fork the king and queen😮😮

  24. Answer is. Q xf6. GX f6. And in E7

  25. Queen takes bishop on f6 then g takes queen then ne7check king moves then n takes queen

  26. White queen take the bishop
    (QUEEN SACRIFICE ) TACTIC
    knight to e7
    ( FORK ) TACTIC

    WE WON THE BISHOP HOHO

  27. Puzzle solution:- sac the 👑queen by taking bishop to f6, pawn takes queen and then knight to e7 by forking the queen and the king.

  28. Sir didn’t understand “Forcing a slatemate” move..why black will not capture white & then come down to checkmate..?

  29. Chess Tactics Timestamps:
    0:04 Chess Strategy vs Tactics

    0:32 Fork

    1:16 Pins

    1:39 Absolute pins

    1:52 Relative pins

    2:14 Skewer

    2:47 Discovered Attack

    3:13 Discovered check

    3:31 Discovered double check

    4:00 Windmill

    4:30 Interference

    4:58 Overloading

    5:35 Deflecting

    6:08 Decoy

    7:13 X-Ray Attack

    8:07 Zugzwang

    8:39 Zwischenzug or Desperado

    9:13 Undermining

    9:38 Forcing a Stalemate

    10:14 Perpetual Checks

    10:56 Underpromoting

    11:36 Queen Sacrifice

    12:04 Exchange Sacrifice

    12:25 Clearance Sacrifice

    13:06 Exposing Hanging Pieces

    13:33 Trapping a Piece

    14:05 Support Mate

    14:23 Smothered Mate

    15:02 Back-rank Mate

    15:26 Chess Puzzle
    Don't forget to share the tactics in the puzzle 🙂

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