Crucial Rook Endgame Principle To Win faster

Crucial Rook Endgame Principle To Win faster

10% of your chess games end with a rook endgame. Rook endgames are one of the most fundamental and important concepts in chess. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, understanding the basic principles of rook endgames can greatly improve your overall game. In this video, we’ll cover some key strategies and tactics you need to know to effectively navigate these endgame scenarios. We’ll also delve into the most common mistakes players make in rook endgames and how you can avoid them. With clear explanations and practical examples, this video will give you the tools you need to confidently handle this type of endgame situation. So whether you’re looking to improve your endgame skills or simply learn more about this fascinating aspect of the game of chess, be sure to check out this video!

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218 Comments

  1. I had to watch it twice just to understand him🤣💀

  2. Just take the pawn in the beginning white can't do anything about it

  3. Works even with king f6 guys. If he goes behind the pawn, you can take the other pawn and his last pawn will be pinned. And so he can’t promote. And king needs to step to the 7th rank to cover the promoting square, otherwise it will be draw by repetition or if he pushes a pawn without the king, he will just lose it.

  4. Brilliant moves goes brrr when white didn't accept the draw

  5. Me: moves pawn to 8 g
    World: YOU ARE THE BEST CHESS PLAYER!

  6. White wraps third king around the outside of the pod, then white wins. This guy is so stupid and his channel is just full of lies

  7. Or couldn't you go for the win and take on b7 and then take on g7?

  8. Couldnt you win as black here just by taking the pawn after you swapped over to the other side?

  9. Абдурахмон Абдиллахатов says:

    what if white king goes to c6, not c7?

  10. So what if king doesnt pin itself to the pawn and goes behind it instead? So after king moves rook goes to the other pawn. Then ur king goes behind the pawn. Then rook does a random move. Cant take the pawn because promote. After that king moves rook cant do anything but lose a rook. no?

  11. What if king C6 and then walk around to the other side of the pawn

  12. There is a easy counter for that so that white wins

  13. But King In The Middle Of Those 2 Pawns So He Is Protecting Both

  14. second position is a win for white because after white king goes to c7 rook goes to f8 we promote the c pawn to queen and after enemy rook takes the c pawn f pawn is unstoppable

  15. did you mix up the colors to increase engagement on your video? if so, that’s pretty smart.

  16. White is black black is white why😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😅😅😅😅😅

  17. BuT iN tHis PosITiOn YoU CaN LoNg CasTlE 😂

  18. how abt black takes the pawn in the second one and then takes the second pawn and wins 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

  19. Just let you rook be in the 8th lane. And capture the other pawn with you king.

  20. bascially all my endgames because queen trading

  21. Nooo broo actually black can win by rook g7 and then take the pawn other pawn because the king can't go to the other side because rook is attacking that way

  22. What is wrong with going the king to h7 and promoting after that?

  23. It feels like accidental mistakes are getting more and more common on YouTube. Seems like a disgusting strat to get extra views.

    Or it is accidental, of course.

  24. White king just don’t go on the 7end rank for win

  25. 3 squares apart is winning because of king c7

  26. What about after Rg8 instead of Ke6 we play Kc6 and try to go around the pawn?

  27. Couldn't I just take the pawn with the rook on b7

  28. Why can’t the other pawn move that’s not attack move and what if they don’t move there king

  29. İf he plays 7 b rook and gets the pawn I paly to g 8 pawn and promote to quenn and win

  30. But what if the king defends the pawn i'm not attacking from below, and then goes behind the pawn to get it promoted? If at any point during that process I take the pawn i'm attacking, the other promotes

  31. The king can walk his was to a7 or h7 though? And then you lose right?

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