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0:51 Q1: Plans with Openings
4:30 Q2: Plans with Imbalances
11:35 Q3: Opponents Mistakes
15:17 Q4: Positional Chess
19:45 Q5: How To Attack
26:13 Q6 and 7: Passive Play
32:34 Q8: Closed Position
37:32 Q9: Learning Openings
39:48 FINAL QUESTION: OPENINGS
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Levy, when you are at the gym, actually start lifting weights instead of playing chess.
Remember Levy, Zyzz was a chess player too, you do have a gym future before you.
you look like youd pop out of a box
thanks for helping levy!
That got me better at chess thank you
Life is similar to chess its hard
“Your family should probably disown you “
"8 pieces of exodia"
TF kind of cheating are you doing
wtf i watched the full video without even realising it's a 46 minute video, god damn i was so invested and i love it! thank you gotham helped a ton!
You should wear them more often your the hottest chess guy 😉
Just stumbled upon this video. Very informative. Was worth every second. Good job bro!!!
Actually there is nothing like a plan or a perfect plan we have to adjust while playing
This is so beautiful!
I’m really trying to understand this😔
What's Leon Trotsky doing on a chess site in 2022?
i watch all of this and learned 2 new things
Loved the video. Not a ranked played, but this one video answered a lot of questions I’ve had now that I’ve started picking up the game again.
I'm in your walls GothamChess. Run,Run,Run,Run.
Whats the scicalian defence
the guy in Queen's Gambit said that if you want to get good at chess first get in shape
this video helped thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just got back into chess after being 8-9 years removed. I'm 18 right now and just finished my mock A-levels so might aswell revise in another area. I'll be honest though I am RUSTYYYYYYY
OMG i am so stuck in the middle game and I think this video, the part of Positional chess, kicked in a whole new way of thinking 😍
Thank you gotham
17:02 ill take that on notes too
I'm trying to beat my dad in chess
How do I determine the best move?
I have 600 points and this burns my brain but it's still very intresting 😀
Love ur content bro! keep it up Levy
"Your family show probably disown you" got me dying
Thank you so much
Keep it up bro excellent content 😁😁
You talked about "learning plans that discern from each opening", maybe we can say there are thematic plans in each opening? If yes where can I learn them?
i think you are awesome
Beginners watching this be like:
Levy really loves his community doesn't he…..
Looking for advice on the first part.
My plan generally revolves around how my opponent Plays. So I usually start by trying to control center/ or have my pieces in versatile spots that have multiple options.. then it depends on opponent, do I seize a weak point for mate, or defend/chip away pieces if they're aggressive or if I can I try to push them into my plan or if they're doing that to me I'll try to derail their plans,weather storm and counter
Please make a video on london system .
How to win with london against anyone ?
Wow 46 min didn’t notice
Hi, Levy! I'm coming up on 40, and I've always struggled with chess—I learned the very basics when I was young, but not how to make sense of any of it. As such the best I've ever been able to manage up until now is winning the first game against a new player, only to start losing by game 2 or 3, never to win against them again.
Stumbled across your videos in YT's recommendations about a week or two ago, and it's really inspired me to try and learn to play the game properly, beyond simple mechanics. Thanks for the awesome resources and engaging commentary!
Wanted to let you know that you are the reason i started playing chess.
Tried multiple times and got tilted-uninstalled and a couple of days ago your video randomly popped up on my YT and i've never watched a single chess video and gave it a go and it's going great.
Your videos are helpful, interesting and great overall.
Sadly, i am currently in some debt and cannot donate or buy courses to support you, but as soon as i get a chance i'll spare some money to show you my gratitude.
Keep up the great videos, love it!
I'm a beginner do none of this helped
It was, thank you.
In some way or another this video has gone under the radar for me, and I missed out on the fact I got featured, not just once, but twice. Thank you Levy we really appreciate your content.
And here I'm just doing the 3 step checkmate from the opening or else just taking the rooks out