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que hacer para comer piezas? tengo una tablet sin raton y no puedo comer piezas aunque toque el cuadro de la pieza comedora promera y despues la de la comida.
Excellent...ya...You missed to mention that you cannot castle when king is under attack (check) which is a condition to be able to castle the king.
game board set up...white on right should be mentioned.
hola me queda una duda muy grande con respecto a las tablas por material insufisiente.en una partida de ajedrez rapido o blitz a 5 minutos.
si por ejemplo mi oponente tiene las blancas y solamente el rey, y yo poseo solamente un alfil o un caballo acompanado por el rey y a mi oponente se le acaba el tiempo, tengo entendido que el puede reclamar tablas por material insuficiente.
pero que sucede si yo poseo mi rey y un alfil,o el rey y un caballo, y el posee varias piezas, y a el se le termina el tiempo, si el tuviese solo el rey seria imposible dar mate con solo el caballo o solo el alfil, pero al poseer mas piezas existen varias posiciones atiipicas en las que se puede da mate,y mas aun si el tiempo se le termina a el y no a mi.piens que no podria reclamr tablas, basandome en mi concepto, agradezco cualquier ayuda a disipar esta duda, mii correo es firstname.lastname@example.org.
You missed to mention that you cannot castle when king is under attack (check) which is a condition to be able to castle the king.
Other than that, pretty good explanation. Thank you.
thanks a lot this really helped me
These video was a great introduction to the basics of chess for someone who is just learning. Thank you for the video.
This was great video! You had everything set out and ready! It was very clear. Good Job! Do more videos.
Please, explain the meaning of the time setting, e.g.,15/10 min.
I like your presentation style. Quick and to the point.
That was helpful; thanks
Thank you Daniel!
Pawn promotion is only possible to a piece of the same color! In the video this isn't clearly described. Anyway thanks for the good video!
thx alot you help me alot!
This was so helpdul for me to understand Chess basics
Thanks for all, very clear and precious
by IM Daniel Rensch
The first video in the "Everything You Need to Know" video series is designed for complete newcomers to the game of chess! Learn how the pieces move, the values of each chessman, the goal of the game, and even enjoy a brief history lesson in this video lecture -- all in roughly 20 minutes! Your journey towards mastering the Game of Kings starts right here!
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