Chess Endgame Fundamentals: Philidor Position 02.12.2023 Practice the Lucena Position and other important rook endings on Chessable! Follow me on Twitter: Post navigation PreviousNext 105 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments What if the white rook goes to H4 to prevent the check on F1? Reply Hi John! Have you ever done a video on how to force a mating pattern with Queen vs Rook? Reply Thank you so much sir for the good ideas , information Reply I want this chess board.. do u get this online ??? I've the mat one but I want to play on this Reply U fuck Reply I had this position with black and luckily after seeing this video..!! 😎😎 Reply Big fan of this format. Great videos Reply Very nice explaination Reply very well explained! Reply It's becoming my post work routine to do watch some chess videos! Gonna really surprise my brother next time play hahahaha Reply very nice video, make more from end game💜 Reply Thank you! Reply This is amazing Reply Wow I studied this against a computer only, and memorized the technique with moving the king. This is so much easier! Reply Where can I buy this board and pieces? They are so beautiful! Reply How much is that kind of chess set? Reply Thankyou 😁 Reply Because of this video I subscribed 😂 Reply Thanks, John Reply u could do white players prespactive too Reply I get that it's mechanically correct, but what a vulgar technique to deny a worthy opponent a victory. Reply Can you do some middlegame class Like this? Reply we're in the endgame now Reply What if instead of the king F6 move. You move the rook H4 and use it to defend the king like after F1 black rook youll do F4 white rook.EDIT:Nevermind I figured it out 😂😂 Thanks it was a great help Reply Why was this recommended to me tho Reply I want to buy exactly this chess board plz provide me link to buy online Reply Subbed immediately. 10/10. Thanks. Reply What if white moves to G5? Reply We're in the Endgame now. Reply Moving White's rook to h1 would stop this no? Reply very instructive. thank you. Reply nice video Reply eric rosen brought me here Reply Bravo! Veoma jasno i kratko! Reply This video and your Lucena Position video are very well explained and filmed. Thank you so much. Reply Nice Reply How big is your board???? Reply this is the best explanation I have ever received on the phlidor position. Reply JB is just an angel. A sweet killer, like Jerry from ChessNetwork. Thanks for the lesson. Reply Kf6 Reply Can black still hold if its white to move? Or are there a lot more complexity in that condition? Reply John, I have a great question for you: Which Rook+Pawn vs. Rook ending do you think is the most important to study? Reply It's not john don't believe him Reply Hey John this is Guys. Reply Thank you John. Reply Thanks. What is the original Philidor game this comes from? Reply What if the white rook is defended by the king and he offers a rook trade? Reply Thanks for the video. It was very clear. Reply really good Reply What if king advances first? Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.