Chess Puzzles to Practice. Themes: Endgame, Short puzzle, Rook endgame. Learn Chess

Chess puzzles to help you practice and improve at chess. Enhance your chess strategy and sharpen your tactical skills with this chess puzzle video! Perfect for beginners and advanced players alike, this video features a series of challenging chess puzzles designed to improve your game. Watch through each puzzle step-by-step, providing insightful tips and techniques to help you think like a grandmaster. Whether you’re preparing for a tournament or just love the game, our chess puzzle video is the ultimate tool to elevate your chess abilities. Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more high-quality chess content!
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Puzzle 1
• Endgame: A tactic during the last phase of the game.
• Short puzzle: Two moves to win.
• Rook endgame: An endgame with only rooks and pawns.
Puzzle 2
• Promotion: Promote one of your pawns to a queen or minor piece.
• Rook endgame: An endgame with only rooks and pawns.
• Endgame: A tactic during the last phase of the game.
Puzzle 3
• Advantage: Seize your chance to get a decisive advantage. (200cp ≤ eval ≤ 600cp)
• Middlegame: A tactic during the second phase of the game.
• Long puzzle: Three moves to win.
Puzzle 4
• Long puzzle: Three moves to win.
• Sacrifice: A tactic involving giving up material in the short-term, to gain an advantage again after a forced sequence of moves.
• Fork: A move where the moved piece attacks two opponent pieces at once.
Puzzle 5
• Very long puzzle: Four moves or more to win.
• Advantage: Seize your chance to get a decisive advantage. (200cp ≤ eval ≤ 600cp)
• Middlegame: A tactic during the second phase of the game.
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✅ ABOUT
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• Chess puzzles at different levels of difficulty (500 – 2500 elo) from Lichess.org.
• A chess puzzle is a chess-related problem that can be solved using the knowledge of the pieces and rules of chess. The goal is to find a series of best moves in a specific chess position.
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