35 Vital Chess Principles | Opening, Middlegame, and Endgame Principles – Chess Strategy and Ideas

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Clear and easy to follow, WITH EXAMPLES – the top 35 chess principles that EVERY chess player needs to know. These chess principles cover the opening, middlegame and endgame. Chess opening principles are crucial to help you get off to a good start. Chess middlegame principles are vital throughout the game. Chess endgame principles are important to finish off the game properly. These chess principles will take your chess strategy to the next level. These chess concepts and ideas are crucial to how to improve at chess. One of the best ways to improve your chess strategy, is to learn these important chess principles. These chess strategies will help your chess rating grow very rapidly. These chess principles are beneficial to beginners, intermediate chess players and advanced chess players as well. There are some beginner chess principles, some intermediate chess principles, and some advanced chess principles.


  1. Jail produces some of the best chess players. I've seen OGs win games without losing any peices. While other OGs use their peices as if everyone is a pawn. That's bad logic. Everyone on the team is useful and vital to the team winning. Even the pawns, and pawns are the best. They have the ability to cross the board and become royalty. You're playing chess wrong if you believe in sacrificing pieces to win. Thinking like that will result in major defeat. I'll rather take my time and secure every peice and dominate collectively. I got a mind, I feel bad for my opponents.

  2. Thank goodness you printed the list at the end. I kept trying to find no. 29 on the video and it wasn't there. Since this was done a while ago, I suppose it was addressed back then. Since I'm writing each one down, it probably was more noticeable to me. Now….to put these in practice!

  3. I have watched and re-watched this several times. . What a great and helpful overview for those of us who are still learning! THANK YOU!

  4. These are some fantastic tips…thank you!

  5. in rule 29 there is a move with the horse, you could jump in front of the the horses, its not covered an you threaten the queen. given this option i would not start trading off, as i dont need to cut my options like that. If that was not possible, i agree with your option.

  6. If you are doing another video like this, please callout the principle again at the end of the explanation. The principle makes more sense after seeing the explanation, good time to hear it again. Even better, overlay the principle where some space is available through out the duration of principle getting explained. BTW Great Video. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Brooo excelente video! Thx for the tips! I am new in chess and really need this ahahah

  8. So basically don't move at all πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜†

  9. 16:03 The worst feeling is when you actually hope for the best move. They play a garbage one that doesn't allow you to initiate your plan and sometimes even throws you off to the point where you start throwing away your advantage in a couple of moves because your mindset was hammered into dust even though you caught the mistake they made straight away. Still, you couldn't continue playing the game as you imagined.

  10. Actually casting before move 10 is not that good of advice. You should castle to: 1. Get your king behind a wall of pawns 2. Connect your rooks

  11. I am learning so much from your video. Thanks man.

  12. Great video and great speed you move at thru the 35. Good job!

  13. A comment on the principle of not moving the same piece twice in the opening. If you develop a knight and your opponent hangs a queen then that is an exception

  14. I almost developed all of these principles by myself within 1 month of my chess

  15. Have just starting playing again after a very long time and am loving your vids. Thank you!

  16. I enjoyed every bit of this❀. With this, i have seen solutions to my problems in chess. Thanks for sharing

  17. I try to read mind of my opponent and most of the times I saw they get nervous while I initiate swift exchange of materials ruining their build up plans ending with one pawn on my side and nothing left for the other except the king. Guess who wins.

  18. I dont play hope chess i play dead chess

    Means i dont focus at the boardπŸ’€πŸ’€ and just make a move without even calculating πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€

  19. Principle 33 – you didn't have to be personal πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  20. My master give me 3 rules to follow always

    1.never come back
    2.if one have problem to bring other solve this problem first.
    3.Never give free.

  21. How is it checkmate in #34 if the pawn can take the knight?

  22. win material hog the middle pawns guard the castled king knights before bishops backup your rooks!


    thank for the help

  24. Yes. Tell people that double pawns are bad. That way they will blunder their way into letting me create the Tartakower PAWNCUBE.

    Then I just watch them slowly die.

  25. For principal number 35, knight to D6 is not a β€œbeautiful smother checkmate”. Black can simply move the pawn to D6 to eliminate the Knight.

  26. I can not thank you enough for this youtube. I was so rusty and struggling. Following your suggestions i was finally able to beat my PC normal mode! I realized I have been doing so many mistakes. I am finally organized. Very condensed information, everything is important.

  27. Your not the old man in the thumbnail. I wanted his wisdom

  28. If you love Chess please like my comment πŸ˜„

  29. Something we already calculated after losing many gamesπŸ˜‚ learn from failures 😎

  30. see the opposite 7 rank carefully. Bishop waiting for check mateπŸ˜‚

  31. There is no way a bishop is better than a knight, all you have to do to avoid a bishop is to move to the oposite color and he will never reach you, a knight can reach anywere in the board.

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