25 Chess Principles For Beginners (with examples)

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Timestamps
0:00 – Principle 1 – Protected Passed Pawns
0:54 – Principle 2 – Too Many Pawn Moves
2:02 – Principle 3 – Develop To Most Active Squares
2:49 – Principle 4 – Develop + Attack At The Same Time
3:25 – Principle 5 – Greek Gift Sacrifice Idea
4:12 – Principle 6 – Positional Pawn Sacrifice
5:37 – Principle 7 – Don’t Untangle Opponent’s Pieces
6:40 – Principle 8 – Don’t Block Your Own Pieces
7:42 – Principle 9 – Develop All Pieces Before Pawn Moves
8:19 – Principle 10 – Rooks On Open Files
9:10 – Principle 11 – Develop and Castle First
11:09 – Principle 12 – Attack Weakest Squares
11:31 – Principle 13 – Don’t Forget En Passant
11:57 – Principle 14 – Make Worst Piece Best
13:11 – Principle 15 – When Attacking, Don’t Trade Queens
13:54 – Principle 16 – Rooks On 2nd/7th Ranks
14:23 – Principle 17 and 18 – Pawn Decoys and Active King
17:00 – Principle 19 – Don’t Block e and d Pawns
18:22 – Principle 20 – Careful Opening h5-e8 Diagonal
19:04 – Principle 21 – Delay Castling
19:48 – Principle 22 – Counterattack The Center
20:10 – Principle 23 – Knights Better In Closed Positions
20:46 – Principle 24 – Keep Files Closed When Defending
21:44 – Principle 25 – Don’t Underestimate Passed Pawns
22:27 – How To Reach 1500 ASAP

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