1 ) How to avoid checkmate threat

2 ) Creating passed pawn and blocking Queens's & bishop's diagonal line

3 ) Must exchange Knight to avoid checkmate threats

4 ) Try to avoid defend from Knight. Why because of this tricks

5 ) King will escape quickly to safe square from Pin threats

6 ) How to push back to opponent's Queen? first move is Rh3, if Queen don't go back , after white's move on Bf3, then opponent's Queen trapped by moving Bf4

7 ) Way of pushing back from opponent's Qg3 (later you can capture black's pawn on c5), if opponent's Queen exchanges our Queen , then h file will be fully open and we can double our Rooks at h file, which leads to the threats of quickly checkmate.

If opponent's Queen come to Qf2 then Rd2 and queen trapped

8 ) Black's center pawn is under danger , so develop pawn in a better square on d5

9 ) Sometimes , your leading piece should come backside to defend your castle or counterattack.

Now Queen has to move back ot Qe1 to defend important center pawn e5.

When you ansure that your king side area safe then you can start attacking on your opponent's King area

10 ) Hide your King , this is not a time to come out

11) Controlling b4 square to avoid attack from knight

12 ) Of course its losing position for white. But we have to fight till end of the game.

Defending Checkmate Threat from our Knight, but White lose his Rook

13 ) Improve your weak squares so that your enemy should not come to your territory by moving your h6 pawn.

14 ) Center control -

if you move d4 directly , then e5 and c5 will not be a weak square , because his Knight is not on Nf3 and b6 controlling c5 square.

15 ) d6 pawn attacking looks strong to break at center

16 ) Black have better position here. Because , now it's black to move, when Knight captures free pawn on Ne5 then knight is defending f7 so black controls everything. White can only gives check twice on Qh7+, Kf8 and then Qh8+ Ke7. So White's King escaped safely. Black have extra piece. So black have better position.

17 ) Don't take Knight and open b file. This will help your opponent to attack quickly to your king

18 ) Don't take this free dangerous pawn. This will help your opponent to develop his Rook quickly

19 ) Defensive move - Attack on Knight , so that Opponent's Knight can move back. That too on weak square

20 ) Capturing Knight leads to undouble the pawns and also avoiding strong attack from black Knight and our white Knight forcefully go to a3 to protect c2 square and avoiding Knight fork attack.

After this move black is busy to save his Bishop and our Pawn on c6 is ready to capture on b7 and attacking to Rook on a8.

21 ) Defending pawn as well as development of Knight is a way to do rapid development

22 ) Bishop helped to save Knight and Knight helped to save Rook. This is called as effective piece coordination

23 ) Knight came to e1 to defend Pawn as well as to push f pawn to f3 to attack on Bishop

24 ) Idea behind moving b3 pawn is to escaping our King to other side of the board

25 ) Defending exact central pawn from our Queen and as well as developing our Queen. After this move White's Knight cant capture pawn, becasue our Queen is defended.

26 ) How to defend White's Queen?

By sacrificing White's Knight

27 ) Idea of defending our Knight on d2 which is in pin

28 ) Pawn attacked to knight and double attack on our another Knight. How to defend our pieces? Just moving a smart move Nd5.

29 ) Nh5 is best move to defend black's King and as well as attacking to Queen and our Pawn is also attacking to Knight. If White Queen captures our Knight then pawn will also ready to capture to Bishop.

30 ) Even you can capture piece freely ,after moving and protecting our pawn

31 ) To keep your position in better way then Try to keep your 2 exact center pawn.

32 ) Bishop unblocked his Queen way to protect pawn

33 ) Do castling as quickly as possible to keep your king safe

34 ) Don't castle your King where your opponent have open file

35 ) Knight's beautiful move to control important squares of a3 and c3. so that black Queen dont have square to entry to do checkmate

36 ) Trying to do exchange which is leading or inside your territory

37 ) 3 pieces are attacking on the Knight. So how we will defend and balance the position?

Here the first move is to do castling. If black takes our Knight then hw will lose his Rook

38 ) Bf8 is a good defense to black king

39 ) Don't defend from your Rook. If you do so then Rook stuck there only. Then he only do watchman job

40 ) How to defend and equalise , after fork attacked by white ... incredible move is Qe5

41 ) Re8 is to protect e4 pawn

42 ) White's Knight is under attack which is defending exact center pawn. That pawn need defense from other piece.

43 ) Any of your opponent's pieces comes to your territory then try to push them back from your pieces

44 ) Move f4 leads to not only defending Bishop , but also you can move your pieces quickly in front of your opponent King.

45 ) First defend from checkmate threat , later you can capture your opponent's Rook

46 ) Defending your Bishop from Knight

47 ) When knight attacks to your Bishop and you don't get any benefit from exchange then save your Bishop

48 ) Knight moved back to d6 to defend important squares of f5, so that to counter attack , if opponent's Knight enters to f5 square

49 ) Don't bring your pieces backside to defend your King. Just move your King to f1 . Your king is safe and your Rook on h1 is already developed and standing on a opening file

50 ) Move d4 pawn blocks Rook Line, So that a pawn can safely move ahead to promote as a Queen.

51 ) Escape from pawn attack , because that pawn is alone. So we can attack and capture this pawn freely.

52 ) Don't move your Knight which is saving your game to avoid checkmate threats

53 ) Blocking the Bishop line

54 ) Kf6 is good move to attack on e6 pawn, if Rook comes to h6 then move your King to attack on Rook.

55 ) If we move pawn then obviously weakens King's defense , but if you don't move castled pawn during emergency time then you will be checkmated so quickly, so act according to position.

56 ) Here, white played very good move Bc4 to undouble his pawns.

57 ) See this position, Both pawn attacking on g5 pawn. How to handle this situation?

First move is Knight d4 to control important squares so that Queen should not come there , then start attacking to Queen by moving Bishop when Queen moves to g4 then again attack on Queen by moving h pawn when Queen moves to g3 then move our g pawn safely to g4. This is how we saved our castled pawn from dangerous position.

58 ) If opponent takes our Knight then d3 square uncontrol, so bring Bishop for fully protection to avoid Pin on our Rook.

59 ) At present e6 pawn targeting by Queen and followed by Rook. How to handle this situation? Just move e4 , because after liquidation blacks wins and our minor piece on exact center squares

60 ) Knight came to f6 to protect our important pawn

61 ) Pawn a3 moved to attack on knight so that to push him back, later on Rook came to open file to attack on Bishop, now again Knight goes back to its starting position Nb1, because if RXBc6 then bXRc6 , now Knight undefended which will take by BXNa6 freely.

62 ) Move h5 or f5 leads to Pushing Knight backside

63 ) How to defend our Bishop? if Bd4 then Rook attacks and create Pin because another Bishop on same d file. Bg5 is also not good , Knight attacks and destroying our Castled pawn structure. Defensive move is Nf5, if RXf5 then eXf5 and ready to attack on another.

64 ) Move Bd7, Now Rook cant take our Bishop, because of Rf1 checkmate .This is how we saved our Bishops and captured its Pawn freely.

65 ) Move d4 pawn blocks Rook Line, So that a pawn can safely move ahead to promote as a Queen

66 ) Moving e pawn to exact center - e4 leads to pushing black Knight to backside and our both d and e pawn are exact center square.

67 ) Pushing Queen backside from our Knight attack Na3

68 ) Move h4 pawn prevent the Queen to g5 which is double attack on e3 pawn which is Pin.

69 ) Don't give unnecessary checks, if you give then you are wasting your chance or time by moving same piece twice.

70 ) If hXg6 then one move mate , so how to defend? if white is ready to sacrifice , then why not we ? Bg4 is sacrificial move , if QXg4 then hXg6 QXg6+ then King have a square to escape to Kd7.

71 ) If you want to stop opponent' Queen promotion then Keep your Rook behind the opponent's passed pawn , Now Rook cant leave file, if it leaves then our rook will capture passed pawn.

72 ) If white don't find defensive move then it will be checkmated soon - Qh3 followed by Qg2#. so defensive move is h4, now Queen stuck on h6 , no other safe place , yes Queen can move to Qh5 but it loses Knight which is on f4.

73 ) If white neglect opponent move then white wil lose game immediately which leads to 2 move checkmate, so we have to think opponent's each move to understand your opponent's plan. So here good move is Qe2 to control 2 important square e4 and f3.

74 ) Don't take Poisson pawn from your Rook which creates threat of Discovered attack from Queen, so Here defensive move is Ke2 which allows Queen defend its Rook.

75 ) Move a3 pawn to avoid fork attack

76 ) 2 ways of escaping from 1 move mate threat

77 ) After white's move , Black must move Ne7 immediately to control d4 square just in time and also trying to undoubling c pawns structure. Later on capturing on BXd6.

Controlling exact center squares are most important.

78 ) Here, Black's skewer attack fails because Queen have a way to defend f7 by moving on f4 square.

79 ) Move h3 is very important to save Bishop , because Bishop is better than Knight.

80 ) Battery attack will come soon , if Black dont play defensive move a6.


1 ) How to save our Knight