In this episode, we cover a few common questions you might be asking when you’re wondering how to decide whether chess or computer games are right for you.
If you have any questions, leave a comment below.
Chess vs. Computer – Episode 1 (3:04:00) Introduction To chess, we use the basic rules of chess.
We start with a single piece and move it into the board and then go on to play some moves.
For example, if you want to move your king into a square, you would do the following: Place your king in the square and then, with your queen at the square, move the king to the square with the queen.
Then, with the king in square, place your queen in the same square and move the queen to the same position.
If the king moves into the square you can also move it in a different direction, which we will discuss in a second.
But the basics of chess are simple.
We move the pieces on the board, we take turns to move the piece, and we stop the game when the piece stops moving.
If a piece stops working, we stop playing the game.
It’s a pretty basic, but basic, concept.
Chess vs Computer – Part 1 (1:58:00).
Introduction In this show, we will cover the basic concepts of chess, starting with the basics.
We will learn about the rules of the game, the game board, and how we decide whether or not to play chess or not.
Next, we learn how to think about and choose the best move to make in order to win the game and, hopefully, move on to more complicated games like the King’s Indian and the King James.
We’ll discuss the basics in this show before going on to learn how you can play chess and move on from there.
Next time we will look at the rules, and then we’ll look at some of the other variations of the chess game.
We hope you enjoy this show!
Chess for Beginners (3, 6:21:00)!
If you’re looking for some simple, easy, and fun chess lessons to help you improve your skills, or just to learn some basic tactics for the game you love, this is the show for you!
It’s packed with great lessons that cover everything from simple tactics to more complex strategies and tactics.
The topics covered in this lesson include: How to choose the right move to win a game Chess basics and basics of the board game How to move an individual piece to an adjacent square What is a pawn and how does it work How to play with pawns in the board Game theory basics How to think strategically about your moves How to evaluate your opponent’s tactics and play tactics for yourself How to deal with a poor position, and the best way to get there.
You can check out the rest of the lessons on the chessboard.com site or at the chessgames.com website.
Chess for beginners – Part 2 (4:35:00), Part 3 (5:11:00)…
This is a continuation of the show.
We take a deeper look at basic concepts like the king, pawns, and pieces, and try to teach you the best ways to move a chess piece around the board.
We also cover the variations of chess and their strategies.
Learn the basic fundamentals of chess in this episode of Chess for kids.
Chess in Schools (4, 13:42:00)- This is our second installment of the Chess for Kids series.
In this special episode, you’ll learn about how chess works in school, what you can do to improve your chess skills, and where you can find free and easy chess programs for your kids.
We cover the basics, from how to find chess programs online, how to play the game on your computer, and even how to learn basic tactics.
And, finally, we look at how to use chess to help kids learn math, science, and other important subjects.
Chess to the Future (7:20:00)— This is the second episode in the series.
We discuss how chess can be a valuable tool for helping students achieve the goals they set for themselves.
This is an advanced lesson, so the information is not as detailed as the first, but it’s still useful for students of all levels.
We’re giving you the basics with a fun and engaging lesson.
Learn how to teach chess to your kids from the most basic rules to more advanced chess rules.
You will learn: How and why to play a game Learn how a game should look and play Learn how the different kinds of chess rules work Learn how you should play your game Learn the different types of chess players You can learn chess from the basics up to the advanced game, or you can learn the basics from the advanced level to learn the new moves.
This show is for everyone who wants to learn chess, whether it’s a new player or someone who’s been playing for a while.
Enjoy the show!
Episode 1 – Chess for All (3