When You Go Totally Wrong In Chess

When You Go Totally Wrong In Chess

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  1. Once you know how knights work you can kind of know to look for this kind of stuff. But in the heat of a game it takes cool to actually stop and do it. But you should look backwards. Where will the pawn promote, how many moves does it take to get there and where would the pony need to be to protect that square. Then where would the pony need to be before that to protect the square and so on. But you only have so much time so you can probably only do it so some depth. And then factoring in king moves and other order variations means you have to be very careful. Or just default to blundering the end game, that’s what I do.

  2. I don't think I've ever had an end game where there's still pawns in e and f file 😂

  3. I feel like this guy's going to teach us how to win with every possible position

  4. Actually my first thought was to sack my knight

  5. knight can go g2 and if promote fork and if king comes closer just go to a postionn where knight is defended and the pawn promotion is in your hands

  6. what about NG2? threatening the fork if promotes

  7. Yeah but black should go kf4 and kf3 threatening to promote your pawn and take theirs if white king isn't defending it

  8. How am I ever supposed to find this in a real game if I tried this I'll just lose every endgame I ever play

  9. Kne1, kg4, knd3

    In this one if the pawn moves to f3 you take the other stopped pawn and check the king and then take the other pawn. And you can promote you pawn that way

  10. what if the knight didnt control our pawn

  11. Don’t think it works if black doesn’t play into this position.

  12. If black king defend e5 pawn. Can he draw then?

  13. Bro really said think backwards, Mad respect

  14. Bold of you to assume I can win with a pawn up

  15. What if the king attacked the knight instead of defending pawn

  16. It's still a draw my friend😊

  17. After f2, you could actually go Kc2, and black can't promote, cause there is a threat of forking with Ke3 (i think that position leads to a draw)

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  19. "we want to win with white🤓"
    Not everone in the comments:ayo racist

  20. Also, black king takes 3 moves to capture the white pawn, while white king only need 2 moves to protect it. So black has no chance to sacrifice a pawn to capture the white pawn

  21. Your graphics are the best dude. I enjoy the timers you do for moves. One of these, when I correctly guessed that it was the queen that needed to move, I felt accomplished. Thanks for your efforts.

  22. @chessscape I found a draw for black here can you reply to me so that I can tell you

  23. they always said don’t put your knight in the corner 💀

  24. I dont know what one is a king or queen

  25. Bro in the first position when the pawn attacks your N you can move you knight into c2 so if they queen you can fork

  26. What if king goes to kill knight and than promote?

  27. What if king goes to kill knight and than promote?

  28. HOW THE HELL PAWN ENDGAME IS A DRAW??

  29. HOW THE HELL PAWN ENDGAME IS A DRAW??

  30. After this push the pawn, turn into a bishop and guarantee the draw

  31. After this push the pawn, turn into a bishop and guarantee the draw

  32. I don't think anyone have enough time to think that.

  33. I don't think anyone have enough time to think that.

  34. Unfindable in a real game with time pressure tbh

  35. Unfindable in a real game with time pressure tbh

  36. I can’t wait for the comments saying the move knight a1 was an easy move to find 😅😅😅

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