Top 18 Attacking Principles/Concepts In Chess – How To Attack Correctly – How To Sacrifice Pieces!

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro
0:44 – #1 – Lead in development
2:13 – #2 – Control of center
2:57 – #3 – Exposed enemy king
4:15 – #4 – Basic tactics required
5:20 – #5 – Opposite side castling
7:05 – #6 – Need advantages
8:23 – #7 – Attack specific weaknesses
10:02 – #8 – Have/create open lines
11:41 – #9 – Remove key defenders
13:32 – #10 – Momentum is important
14:45 – #11 – Certain openings are better
15:38 – #12 – Easier to attack than defend
16:48 – #13 – Have enough pieces
18:50 – #14 – Use ALL your pieces
19:09 – #15 – Sacrifice multiple pieces
21:32 – #16 – Doesn’t have to end in checkmate
22:55 – #17 – Have courage
24:20 – #18 – Know common checkmate patterns
24:56 – Example Game

60 Comments

  1. Excellent analysis but do carlenson games more

  2. Every video you should have a different known opening on that chess board behind you

  3. Every video you should have a different known opening on that chess board behind you

  4. I am now 1450 from 1200 coz of his tactics. Love u nelson

  5. I am now 1450 from 1200 coz of his tactics. Love u nelson

  6. This is absolutely fantastic I've been playing since 1996 and have read about bobby Fischer
    Garry Kasparov and read so many notations studied many developments read books of chess. This video is magic it's explanation of all the things a chess player needs information from learners, intermediate and strong players I would catergorize myself as a intermediate level , learning manuevers developing strategies, hidden attacks, pins, skewers, discovery attacks and many more and I'm still learning thankyou sooo much πŸ™

  7. This is absolutely fantastic I've been playing since 1996 and have read about bobby Fischer
    Garry Kasparov and read so many notations studied many developments read books of chess. This video is magic it's explanation of all the things a chess player needs information from learners, intermediate and strong players I would catergorize myself as a intermediate level , learning manuevers developing strategies, hidden attacks, pins, skewers, discovery attacks and many more and I'm still learning thankyou sooo much πŸ™

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