Best Opening For Beginners VS 15 Chess Bots

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We already agreed on the Best Chess Opening for beginners based on the feedback from you and my private students. Now, we put it into practice VS 15 Beginners Bots on Chess.com! Enjoy.

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00:00 INTRO
00:27 Chess game VS Martin bot
04:21 Chess game VS Wayne bot
06:59 Chess game VS Fabian bot
08:07 Chess game VS Juan bot (400)
10:57 Chess game VS Filip bot
15:00 Chess game VS Elani bot
18:40 Chess game VS Noel bot (550)
21:38 Chess game VS Oliver bot
24:48 Chess game VS Milica bot
27:14 Chess game VS Janjay bot
29:29 Chess game VS Aron bot
30:58 Chess game VS Mina bot
34:04 Chess game VS Zara bot (850)
36:47 Chess game VS Santiago bot
38:52 Chess game VS Karim bot

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35 Comments

  1. Hi Robert, do you have a lesson on piece placement? if not, please do!

  2. So, what bot is giving you a hard time? Let me know and don't forget to like and subscribe 💪😎

  3. Hello Robert,do u think that playing the Benoni against the samisch variation of the KID will be a good choice?…. . personally ur secret weapon that is Nfd7 and e5 and Bh6,the opponents are not exchanging the bishops and retreating to F2…So that's kinda annoying and i am left with no plan.

  4. Best coach on youtube in my opinion, highly underrated for sure

  5. Part of me doesn't want people to watch this since this is my opening all the way up to 1600 now 😆😅

  6. Waiting for the second part cuz I'm struggling against Isabel bot

  7. I love it! Not only does it work at my level but I also had some really different and fun games with it!

  8. Thank you; even if this episode is more about openings and my struggle at present is with middle-game tactics, you explained the opening mechanics very well that I got to learn more about its aspects. Previously, I just memorized openings without fully grasping why the pawns and pieces moved to the squares the way they do. Now, the progression and the reasons why is so much clearer. Thanks again!

  9. What's the name of this opening?

  10. It's great video And helped me a lot as I am a beginner but that is only for the white pieces
    Can we get video in same concept for the black pieces???
    Thank you

  11. This system has got me excited! I went through the beginners and only lost to Karim. I beat him on repeat and then beat Emir 1000. My endgame is good, my problem has been not having a plan, the same as you mention about one of your students in this video. This gets me through the opening with strong defence and opportunities. It's a total game changer for me, thank you so much, I'm looking forward to the next vid where you play the Intermediates.

  12. As a graphic designer I believe that putting your face in the thumbnails would be much more effective 🙂 (Btw, you already did a great job with the branding of your channel!)
    I almost didn't click on the video because i did not recognize the girl with pink hair!

    I also think you could do a series where you go up the rating using a specific opening for white and black. This would help all of your followers with different ratings 🙂

  13. 10:27 our queen could also goo h5 right i dont see any problem with that correct me if i am wrong @NM Robert Ramirez

  14. I normally show the 'ideal opening' which has two pawns in the centre both bishops & knights out leaving just the queen to move to have a choice between kingside or queenside castling. I tell junior players to play about 100 games like this with 1.e4 e5 varying the sequence of pieces moved and they will encounter some of the most famous games of chess ever played (even if they dont know what they are called). But it also builds up their experience & tactical awareness. This opening provides a really sound alternative and with different playing patterns for the novice player to explore. Thank you very much.

  15. I really like your channel! I learn more stuff that actually works for me than I can find on most of the other chess streamers. I do visit a lot of different streamers, but I come back here to learn :).

  16. Loving your videos as I re-engage with chess – the Czech Pirc system has been great and now I’m diving into your Vienna content. Question: @ 4:28 , you mentioned that you discussed the F4 plan previously. In what video did you discuss what to do after the initial opening? Thanks and keep it up – your content is super helpful!

  17. This video is SUPER HELPFUL! For those of us new to the opening, seeing the repetition and slight variations is gold. (Looking for the same thing on the Czech Pirc…)

  18. This is undoubtedly the best demonstration of Vienna opening on YouTube. Have been following your videos since the beginning and my game has improved a lot! 🙂
    Hoping to see similar videos on Pirc, KID, KIA and London system too. 😀
    Thanks for the great tutorials!

  19. These types of videos are extremely helpful, thank you very much! Although I can beat all of these bots myself (my highest win is against a 1500 bot, I started playing chess for the first time last August), I still watch every game of this video, pause the video after every move and try to guess the next one before you make it. And I still often miss important tactics: even though my puzzle rating is 1800, it is different to quickly recognize these tactics in real games. This video is also very helpful in learning all the midgame plans for this opening, which I will be playing from now on. Thanks again coach!

  20. I enjoy your coaching coach. You have a gift 💯👌

  21. Maybe I'm a bit late, but thanks a lot for your content!
    I would very much appreciate a video like this nut with the black pieces (so maybe Pirc or KID?)
    Keep up your great work!

  22. I am currently rating 1000 so it maybe because im not good enough yet, but I found this opening quite bad as I found my king continuely exposed.

  23. Can you follow up with the Vienna against all of the Intermediate bots? Thanks.

  24. Is it possible to delay O-O and to develop the Q & B before deciding which way to castle based on which side Black castles on?

  25. Thanks for an excellent lesson. Its so useful to hear how you think through the games. It really helps me to understand this opening.

  26. Thank you so much for these videos. This improved my game tremendously

  27. Now we need a "Best Defense For Beginners VS 15 Chess Bots"🙏 Playing as black is so hard

  28. Bots rankings are not realistic. I beat a 1100 bot and i am 400..

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