Chess Masterclass: How GMs find the Best Moves? Best Tips & Ideas to Improve your Game, Play Better

Here’s a Masterclass on how Chess Grandmasters think & find the best moves in any position. In this video, I will reveal all the secret tips and techniques that grandmasters use to improve their chess game. These secret chess tips will help you get better at chess & improve your game very fast. These ideas will help you in understanding the basics of chess thinking, which will ultimately teach you how to win in chess games. This will help you in training for middlegames & master chess calculations. You will learn the best ways to find good moves quickly & also discuss the concept of candidate moves. I also have an interesting Chess Puzzle for you at the end of this video. Let’s see if you can solve that.

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0:00 : Average Chess Players vs Grandmasters
0:54 : Concept of Candidate Moves
1:57 : Forcing Moves & Tactics. Watch this as well:
2:36 : General Principles
3:39 : Resolving Piece Problems
4:18 : Chess Analysis with DecodeChess
5:33 : Intuition in Chess
5:47 : Magnus Carlsen Reveals a Secret
6:32 : Move Consistency
7:17 : Analyzing your opponent’s last move. Watch This as well:
7:32 : Reality Check
8:04 : Chess Puzzle

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125 Comments

  1. I hope this the right answer :v
    (I know this is longer than some other answer, but well this is what I found)
    White: Qd8
    Black: Bc8
    White: Rc1
    Black: Qc5
    White: Rc5
    Black: Pc5
    White: Qc8
    Checkmate

  2. Knight B7 to take Black Bishop the Queen D7 to

  3. Qc7, rg7, Rd8,bc8, Rxc8, qxc8,Qxqc8, checkmate

  4. Rook to d5 could also be an option.
    Neither of the Queen or Bishop will work if it somehow takes.

  5. Thank you so much. I am still a beginner, but I know with your help I will get better. Thanks again.👍

  6. I only came here to beat my smart class mate

  7. Thanks because of you I played 11 matches in a day and won ten of them

  8. Qd8+
    Case1:Qc8 Nxb7 if Qxd8 then Nxd8 and also if kxb7 then Rd7 winning a queen
    Case2: Bc8 Rc1 if Kb8 then Qb7+ Ka8 Qxc8+ Qxc8 Rxc8#

  9. In this puzzle white move queen to backrang with check and if black block with the bishop just take it with check mate

  10. Your videos are really helpful I am 1400 rated player and I started playing chess on march 2022.

  11. White:c6
    Black:bxc6
    White: Rd8

    And checkmate the next move

    If black doesn't take the queen. You take the bishop then it's checkmate

  12. queen to c7 and then rook to d8 checkmate

  13. For the puzzle, queen to d8 is simply checkmate…

  14. Knight c6 is threatening mate so bishop has to take. the queen take bishop with check. king moves to b8 and rook to d8 is checkmate

  15. 1)Qc6 bxa5
    2)Rd8+ Qc8
    3)Rxc8 checkmate
    😇😇😇

  16. In the puzzle my move was Qc7, Qe4 defending the mate then Rd8 then Bc8 then Rxc8# Am i wrong? please correct me if i am

  17. Rook e1 and then opponent will move any discrete move and then e8 rook we will win the game by check mate

  18. QxC6 , BxQc6 , Rd8 , QxC8 , RxQc8 checkmate!

  19. Explanation of my chosen moves:
    QxC6 will sacrifice the queen to threaten force checkmate with the next deadly move Rd8.

    BxQc6 will capture vulnerable queen.

    Rd8 will check the king.

    QxC8 is forced.

    RxQc8 is the beautiful checkmate without any further threats.

  20. Grandmasters uses there subconscious mind to predict perfect 1or 2 candidate moves then they analyse that moves ,subconscious mind only work if you developed your brain by doing more and more practice when our subconscious mind almost accurately predicts the perfect move this is called gun it works almost instantly in archery many professional players sometimes totally become dependent on there subconscious mind they don't even focuses on there target 🎯 it's so amazing practice is the only key

  21. queen d8 check blocks with bishop kill bishop checkmate

  22. Bhaiya hindi bana do ye video

  23. Queen to D8, Forced move, bishop to C8, queen captures, thus leading to check mate

  24. move the queen to d8 the black bishop moves c8 to defend queen then eat the bishop checkmate

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