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Lesson Posted on 19 Apr Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Why play Chess?

Saurabh B.

I have represented India, won prizes in over 10 countries & defeated many chess grandmasters. I have...

Why play Chess? Benefits of playing Chess, how chess is a miniature version of life, how Chess teaches lessons in life to citizens, businesspeople, army, politicians, etc. & how chess teaches to stop terrorism. Chess is a game of intellect, logic & rationalism, a good exercise for the... read more

Why play Chess?

 

Benefits of playing Chess, how chess is a miniature version of life, how Chess teaches lessons in life to citizens, businesspeople, army, politicians, etc. & how chess teaches to stop terrorism.

 

Chess is a game of intellect, logic & rationalism, a good exercise for the essential organ of our body, brain which controls our body. Chess is nothing but handling an organisation. Chess is all about coordination of your resources (chess pieces) & teamwork.

 

Chess teaches to form a strategy to fight & defeat your enemy. Chess teaches us guerrilla warfare like how Shivaji defeated the powerful Mughals with a small army. It teaches unity among yourself to remain powerful.

Most crucial thing taught by chess is strategic planning. You have to make a plan to attack your opponent & then execute it. Chess teaches that a small, powerless pawn becomes a powerful queen when it reaches the last rank. In real life, you must never consider any person as inferior because he can become great tomorrow. Modi, Ambani, Obama, etc. were all ordinary during their youth but became legends by proper planning of their resources & implementation.

 

Three greatest things taught by Chess to our army & politicians are:

 

Without killing enemy’s army in retaliation or without sacrificing your army, you can never defeat him.

Non-violent methods like hunger strikes can never stop terrorism but will lead to your death

The only way to stop terrorism is to counter-attack in self-defence because if you keep defending all time, you are most likely to either lose or at the maximum, draw(tie) & stop enemy but will never be able to defeat him.

 

Chess teaches us priorities. The most important pieces in chess like King & queen must be guarded first, even at the cost of other small pieces. Same way, your priorities in life must be clear. Your work must be directed towards your goals. You must first define your priorities in life like what’s the most important among whether you want to become a good person & help the society, you want to earn money, you want to pursue your hobbies, your family life, your friends, etc.

 

Chess teaches sacrifice. We have to give away small pieces like pawns to kill opponent’s queen. Same way, in life, we have to sacrifice small pleasures & greed to achieve long-term goals.

 

Chess teaches us logical thinking & reasoning. Today, people are brainwashed by religious superstitions & believe in miracles & magic. They have stopped rational thinking. Chess teaches that there is no magic. What you sow, so shall you reap. If you execute a plan perfectly, you will win the game. Same way, if you work smart & hard, nobody can stop you from succeeding in life but if you go behind superstitions in the name of God without asking for the reason behind it, you are diverting away from your goals & your failure is certain.

 

Chess teaches innovative thinking & creativity. Education systems today are focussed on marks leading to the rat race. Chess teaches you to think differently & uniquely out of the box which improves your lateral thinking skills developing your brain.

 

Chess improves focus, concentration & visualisation which help in studies, in your job & every field.

 

Chess teaches to punish enemy’s weaknesses. You must perfectly know your strength’s & your enemy’s weakness. Only then, can you exploit your enemy & defeat him.

 

Another important tactic taught by chess is to give apology & save yourself to avoid danger. If your powerful queen is attacked by a small pawn in chess, the best way is to come back to save the queen. Similarly, in life, don’t waste your time, energy & money in small fights but get over it & focus on big ambitions. When Shivaji was imprisoned in Agra by Aurangzeb, he apologised & ran away & further strengthened himself because he knew Aurangzeb was too strong to fight at that time. Even freedom fighter Savarkar apologised to British after fighting against them & got released instead of being in jail for whole life & strengthened the nation after getting out from prison.

 

Chess is a game full of concepts & principles like double attack, discovered check, forks, etc. & what to do & what not. Even our life should be full of beliefs & values. Humanity, truth, self-esteem, pride, etc. have to be followed at any cost. Same way, it’s our duty to contribute to the society & fight against superstitions, terrorism, slave mentality, corruption, etc

 

Scientific reason why to play chess:

 

Chess is an exercise of infinite possibilities for the mind, one which develops mental abilities used throughout life: Chess stimulate the growth of dendrites, the bodies that send out signals from the brain’s neuron cells. With more dendrites, neural communication within the brain improves & becomes faster. Think of your brain like a computer processor. The tree-like branches of dendrites fire signals that communicate to other neurons, which makes that computer processor operate at a fast, optimal state.

 

Both the left & right hemispheres of the brain become highly active. Chess increases your IQ, memory & helps old people to remain mentally fit after retiring from their jobs. Chess increases problem-solving skills, abstract reasoning, pattern recognition, analysis, synthesis, evaluation & critical thinking. Chess develops prefrontal cortex, the area responsible for judgment, planning & self-control improving decision making. Chess develops exceptional motor skills in individuals who have the disability or have suffered a stroke or other physically debilitating accident. This form of rehabilitation requires the motion of chess pieces in different directions (forward, backward, diagonally forward motion, diagonally retrograde motion), which can help develop & fine-tune a patient’s motor skills, while the mental effort required to play the game can improve cognitive & communication skills. Playing can also stimulate deep concentration and calm, helping to centre and relax patients who are experiencing different degrees of anxiety.

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Lesson Posted on 05 Apr Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Follow these 10 golden rules to start a chess game

Deepak Batra

I have over four years experience of teaching chess to beginners and intermediate players. I have been...

Follow these ten golden rules to start a chess game Open with a centre pawn. Develop with threats. KNIGHTS before BISHOPS. DON'T move the same piece twice. Make as FEW PAWN MOVES as possible in the opening. DON'T bring out your QUEEN too early. CASTLE at the earliest, preferably on the KING... read more

Follow these ten golden rules to start a chess game

  • Open with a centre pawn.
  • Develop with threats.
  • KNIGHTS before BISHOPS.
  • DON'T move the same piece twice.
  • Make as FEW PAWN MOVES as possible in the opening.
  • DON'T bring out your QUEEN too early.
  • CASTLE at the earliest, preferably on the KING SIDE.
  • Always play to gain control of the centre.
  • Try to maintain at least ONE PAWN in the centre.
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Lesson Posted on 05 Apr Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

First Lesson in Foundation Course.

Abhijit Chutia

I am an International Fide Rated Chess Player with highest ELO rating of 2044.I provide coaching for...

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Lesson Posted on 27 Feb Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Bishop Knight Checkmate

Prince Kumar

One of most difficult checkmates for players on the board. However, if you understand the concept it is not that complicated. This video of mine explains how it is done with most simple explanation. read more

 

 

One of most difficult checkmates for players on the board. However, if you understand the concept it is not that complicated. This video of mine explains how it is done with most simple explanation.

 

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Lesson Posted on 11 Jan Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Attacking The King, Learn The classics

Kavitha Je

My Achivements are : *Appointed as Offical Indian Coach by for Asian Youth Championship held at Thailand...

Endeavor: 1 (Attempt to Achieve) Sacrifice on h6 Memorize the below games: 1. Mazuchowski - Drumm 09.08.2017 e4 e6 2.d3 d5 3.Nd2 Nf6 4.Ngf3 c5 5.g3 Nc6 6.Bg2 dxe4 7.dxe4 Bd6 8.0–0 Bb8 9.Re1 0–0 10.c3 b6 11.e5 Nd5 12.Nc4 b5 13.Ne3 Nde7 14.Qe2 Qb6 15.Ng4 b4 16.Ng5 h6 17.Ne4 bxc3 18.Nxh6+... read more

Endeavor: 1

(Attempt to Achieve)

Sacrifice on h6

Memorize the below games:

1. Mazuchowski - Drumm [C00]

09.08.2017

  1. e4 e6 2.d3 d5 3.Nd2 Nf6 4.Ngf3 c5 5.g3 Nc6 6.Bg2 dxe4 7.dxe4 Bd6 8.0–0 Bb8 9.Re1 0–0 10.c3 b6 11.e5 Nd5 12.Nc4 b5 13.Ne3 Nde7 14.Qe2 Qb6 15.Ng4 b4 16.Ng5 h6 17.Ne4 bxc3 18.Nxh6+ gxh6 19.Nf6+ Kh8 [19...Kg7 20.Bxh6++–]20.Qh5 1–0

2.  Wilke - Priwonitz [C00]

09.08.2017

  1. e4 e6 2.c4 d5 3.cxd5 exd5 4.exd5 Nf6 5.Bb5+ Bd7 6.Bc4 Be7 7.Nc3 0–0 8.Nge2 Bd6 9.0–0 Bxh2+ 10.Kxh2 Ng4+ 11.Kg1 Qh4 12.Re1 Qxf2+ 13.Kh1 Re8 14.d4 Re3 15.Bd2 Rh3+ 16.gxh3 Qh2# 0–1

3. Classical Game:

Students please write your ideas for each move.

White: Alexander Alekhine Black: Richard Reti.

  1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. g3 Bg7 4. Bg2 O-O 5. Nc3 d6 6. Nf3 Nc6
  2. d5 Nb8 8. O-O Bg4 9. h3 Bxf3 10. exf3 e6 11. f4 exd5
  3. cxd5 c5 13. dxc6 Nxc6 14. Be3 Qd7 15. Qa4 Rac8 16. Rad1 b6
  4. b3 Rfd8 18. Rd3 Ne7 19. Nb5 d5 20. Nxa7 Ra8 21. Bxb6 Qxa4
  5. bxa4 Rd7 23. Nb5 Rxa4 24. Nc3 Ra6 25. Rb1 Rb7 26. Bc5

Rxb1+ 27. Nxb1 Nc6 28. Nc3 Ra5 29. Bb6 Ra6 30. Bc5 Ra5 31. Be3

Nb4 32. Rd2 h6 33. a4 Ne4 34. Nxe4 dxe4 35. Rd8+ Kh7 36. Bxe4

Rxa4 37. f5 Ra6 38. h4 h5 39. g4 Ra5 40. fxg6+ fxg6 41. gxh5

Rxh5 42. Bg5 Bc3 43. Rd7+ Kg8 44. Bxg6 1-0

Term: Open File

An open file in chess is a file with no pawns of either color on it.[1] In the diagram, the e-file is an open file. An open file can provide a line of attack for a rook or queen. Having rooks or queens on open files or half-open files is considered advantageous, as it allows a player to attack more easily, since a rook or queen can move down the file to penetrate the opponent's position.

Basic Principle:

  • Control Centre. If you control more than half of the square on the board you have an advantage. Also centralize your pieces to make them powerful.
  • Develop all your pieces.
  • Develop Knights before your Bishops.
  • Castle early.
  • Do not move pawns in front of your castled king.
  • Don’t bring the queen out too early.
  • Don’t move the same piece twice in the opening.
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Answered on 17 Jan Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

I am not looking a chess coaching, Sorry I am a Chess tutor and teacher, I am looking for Chess teaching... read more
I am not looking a chess coaching, Sorry I am a Chess tutor and teacher, I am looking for Chess teaching and training job. read less

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Hi Yogesh, here from inventing you, a professional sports training company. I am glad to know that you are a chess instructor.
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Lesson Posted on 18/12/2017 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Tips And Tricks For Chess Beginners

Anmol Bajaj

I have State first Title in 2008, Selected as Captain of Regional team for Nationals 2012, Inter University...

There's so much to learn about chess I'm not going to go through the whole game, but here are a few basic tips: i. Fork: The most basic capture move, put a piece in a position to attack two of your opponent's pieces. He will have to move one, then you take the other. ii. Pin: Using a rook, bishop, or... read more

There's so much to learn about chess I'm not going to go through the whole game, but here are a few basic tips: 

i. Fork: The most basic capture move, put a piece in a position to attack two of your opponent's pieces. He will have to move one, then you take the other. 

ii. Pin: Using a rook, bishop, or queen, put yourself in a position where you are threatening a piece with a more valuable piece behind it. The piece will be "pinned" in place because if it moves, you will take the valuable piece. 

iii. Skewer: Similar to pin except that you threaten a valuable piece with a weaker piece behind it. The valuable piece (e.g. King or Queen) will have to move and you can capture the piece behind it. 

iv. Opening: Opening is the most crucial point of the game. The best strategy is to move your two center pawns forward two spaces, and then move the knights towards the center as backup. Some players even move the bishops out into the center, but it can be difficult to complete the entire strategy without your opponent attacking and forcing you to defend yourself. 

And you say you've heard taking the middle is good, this is true. Take the middle as stated above with knights, bishops, and pawns. Never attempt to hold the middle with rooks and queens because they will either be taken or forced to remain in one place to protect other pieces. The queen should be able to move independently around the entire board, and the rooks are mostly backup pieces. 

Castle with your King whenever possible. 

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Lesson Posted on 29/09/2017 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

How to open in Chess?

Shashank Kulkarni

I have been playing chess from past 10 years and have played various tournaments (state, national and...

First of all, whatever opening you are planning to play, first and foremost thing in Chess is to control the central 4 squares. Both white and black fight for those central squares. Then, try to develop the pieces esp. knights and bishops rather than attacking early followed by castling the king to safety.... read more

First of all, whatever opening you are planning to play, first and foremost thing in Chess is to control the central 4 squares. Both white and black fight for those central squares. Then, try to develop the pieces esp. knights and bishops rather than attacking early followed by castling the king to safety. Opening always act as a foundation for middle game and end game. If you do any blunders in opening, there are more chances of losing the game easily , unlike blundering in middle game and end game. There are lot of openings like Kings pawn, Queens pawn, English etc. Openings play a vital role in the result of win and loss of a player. So, it goes rightly, like this " Open,execute,succeed "

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Answered on 09/05/2017 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching Tuition Fee

Abhijit Chutia

International Chess Player

Fee for 1-1 chess home tutor depends on the following factors: 1) Type of coach that is an Unrated Coach, a FIDE rated Coach or a Titled Player like FM, IM, GM, WGM, etc. 2) The number of hours per class. Generally, it is from 1 to 1 and half hour duration. 3) The distance that a coach needs to trave... read more

Fee for 1-1 chess home tutor depends on the following factors:
1) Type of coach that is an Unrated Coach, a FIDE rated Coach or a Titled Player like FM, IM, GM, WGM, etc.
2) The number of hours per class. Generally, it is from 1 to 1 and half hour duration.
3) The distance that a coach needs to travel.

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Answered on 27/11/2015 Sports Coaching/Chess Coaching

Akash G.

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You can start playing it at any age and that is the beauty of this game.
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