Beginners’ Openings and Tactics – GM Varuzhan Akobian – 2013.01.13 24.10.2022 Chess Grandmaster Varuzhan Akobian presents a lecture for beginners at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis. Post navigation PreviousNext 190 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Questions and answers Great communications Reply It's pretty useful to add a time index. Considering how old this video is. 1.00 accepted12.00 declined Reply WHEN A KING PIECE HAS AN INCOMPETENT QUEEN – THIS IS THE RESULT …. THE KING IS EASILY CAPTURED BY EVEN THE SMALLEST FORCE ….. "THE PUBLIC" GOD'S "GIMME" …. Reply Glood Reply It's another time of the year. One need to set goals and take bold steps in achieving them. Remember success is not obtained overnight. You just have to stop procrastinating and try what you have always wanted, to improve your life and wellbeing Investments will take you closer to that your dreams. Reply I loved to play chess. When I watched this I really appreciated. But… you don't know what the opponent moves. You have good tactic, but the opponent try to distroy that. If I'm there in his class. I have plenty questions? But I really appreciated this❤️ Reply This remembers me of my old chess sessions… Reply An excellent teacher, quiet and thorough. A .Iively presentation with students present, adressed by tbe teacher, but not seen, keeping the focus simple with just teacher and board. The action on the board is clearly demonstrated by the moving pieces. Constant action, simple to follow. Questions and answers throughout the presentation. A joy to watch and follow. Reply Good teacher but my son won me in the first 3mins with out watching the video Reply vaxhukai alobian Reply Thank you!!! Reply Good Reply Being a dude in his Late 30s and Watching this Video. 🤭 Reply You can follow for chess traps and more. Reply Why the rook goes to D1 instead of E1 behind the Queen Reply Which software is he using? Reply I love this content and shared it with my nephews- thank you for posting it! Reply 17:00 Reply Sad to hear this generation of some desperate learners some of it they dont need to hear some explaination of human analogy skeptical move, because of database explain and computer suggestion that serves them as talent and memory. Computer this days resolved conflict. Reply Yelek HayerWell done axper Reply I hate children Reply Teaching with heart❤️💐💯 Reply I am a beginner, and i want to learn how to play chess … anyone suggest me something i.e. any particular courses/coah/ or something like that may help me …Thanks a ton in advance … Reply Good teacher Reply On 13:12 why black pawn not put forward to attack bishop? If opponent do this what will be the good move to do? Reply ❤🇳🇵 Reply ❤🇳🇵❤🇳🇵❤🇳🇵 Reply 30:00 if black is not careful… he could get check mated, or worse, lose a pawn… Reply Mashallah! Very good teacher! Reply Wow amazing lesson thank you so much ❤️😊 Reply I was looking for this video again and I found it. It's never bad to brush up on the basics Reply This teacher is so good. I'm learning how to play chess as a 36yr old! Reply Why is that you did not let the BLACK STUDENT answer when the BLACK STUDENT RAISED HIS HAND? Reply I started 8 years old Reply Play chess ♟ hahaha 😝 Reply Any video on rook vs queen end game by GM Akobian ? Reply 10 years gap Reply My respects to GM Akobian. His teachings are quite good if we consider that he is just a human being. He is not at my same level in chess (3600 rated), but he is very clear to teach mere mortals. Reply QA-4 check, forces pawn take take check, forces black knight to block, (queens gambit accepted from white) Reply Nc3 Reply why did autoplay curse me here? Reply Most of the students there are children. Reply little Hans Niemann was at this class. Reply Excelent class Reply queen xf7 check is ckeckmate in the last puzzle Reply Where is the Hans Niemann gambit? Reply PIE. Reply JESUS. Reply EXPOSURE. Reply I am 65 years old and learning. Great teacher. Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.