Learn How to Play Chess for Beginners in Less Than 8 Minutes

Rules of Chess.
Timestamps OR Chapters:
0:00 How to Play Chess?
0:22 Setting Up a Chessboard
0:57 Chess Moves
3:11 Pawn Promotion in Chess
3:35 En Passant Move in Chess
4:29 Castling Move in Chess
5:08 How to Start The Chess Game?
5:29 How to Capture Your Opponent’s Pieces in Chess?
5:46 What is Checkmate in Chess?
6:10 How to Win The Chess Game?

How to Play Chess?
Chess Basic Rules and Setup for Kids & Beginners.
Chess game complete playing guide with rules & instructions.
Learn Chess moves like how King can move?
How does the Queen move?
How Does Rook move?
How does Bishop move?
How does Knight move?
And in the end how Pawns can move?
Learn how to capture your opponent’s pieces?
What are checkmate and Stalemate?
You will also learn all the details about CHESS special moves like Pawn Promotion, En passant and Castling.
Learn how to set up the Chessboard?
For example, Your queen should be at the same colored square as the color of your queen.
White queen on white or Lighter Square and black queen on black or Darker Square.
The king across from the king & from the queen across the queen.
when you are setting up the chessboard make sure each piece should be facing each other.
Chess rules,

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134 Comments

  1. I don’t want to play chess I just want to play understand the queens gambit lol

  2. That was a lot to take in at once…WOW. But that was good information,thank you!

  3. You forgot about the 'Petunk' move, its a common variation of the game It goes like this: If a player has not moved his Rook with 8 moves the opposing player then has the power of Petunk. This only lasts for a further 8 moves before being cancelled. At any time during those 8 moves the player with the power of Petunk can throw HIS or her Rook AT the opposing player. The purpose is to strike your opponent in the head scoring 3 'Petunk points' Cruically they must also shout 'PETUNK !' loudly or the move is invalidated Since it is done without warning there is a good chance of scoring HOWEVER, if the player on the receiving end of the Petunk can deflect the piece using his hands then he scores a single point AND the power of Petunk is handed to that player and their opponent becomes 'Un-Petunked '

  4. long castling is wrong, the king should go to c1 and the rook should go to d1.
    time: 1:11 of the video

  5. Queens gambit inspired many it seems hahaha

  6. I know how to move pieces. I don’t know how to win.

  7. Came here to learn chess after watching the Queens Gambit

  8. I started to play after watching the Queen's Gambit 😀

  9. Why on earth do you have to have background music? Most annoying! If I wanted to hear music, I'd listen to a music channel, not hear it while learning chess! 🙁

  10. I should start making and selling chess kits lol

  11. en passant…. such a tricky move,i`ve always got a pawn next to me and i didn´t even know this move. So I want to thank this video for letting me know also every move in chess. Thankyou so much🙂

  12. Terrible explanation and diagram of En passant… You don't make any sense. Stop teaching

  13. Pawn is not the weakest they are front line like Infantry and crucial and very important for the infrastructure! And the only piece that have the potential to be greater than all the pieces except the King!!

  14. 1:08 i dont think queenside castling moves the king 3 steps.

  15. The king castling to left(queenside) is wrong. The king only move 2 spaces, not three as shown in video.

  16. i know how to play but i think after watching this i wil learn something new

  17. I am learning how to play chess Any tips

  18. 3:32 you say that you have to change the piece what if you’re playing and your opponent hasn’t taken any of your pieces can you still pretend that the pawn is Queen knight Bishop etc? Or are you only allowed to change into a piece that has been taken?

  19. I haven't played chess since high school and came to refresh my memory because now my son (9 years old), wants to learn after reading Harry Potter 🤓🤓🖤🖤

  20. was trying to code up a chess game, this video is kinda making me regret it

  21. Nowhere in Netflix it says chess originated in India. Netflix is so racist.

  22. Thx for this video. Watching this two days before a chess tornement when I have no idea how to play chess lol.

  23. My last chess match was unbelievable. I have this classmate–let's call him Anthony–who has a learning disability. While I don't know what it's officially called, it limits his general ability to understand things. I can't tell you how many times he needed clarification in school. He's slow, Mr. "I don't get it." He always needed help in setting up the equipment for biology class (while we all could do it easily) and he had to switch out of our chemistry class to take his own individual (and simpler) assignments to Special Ed. Not to mention, he's an 18-year-old junior in high school. Well, he should've graduated by now. Apparently his learning disability and childhood speech delay kept him back two years, between preschool and middle school overall, so he's gonna graduate at age 20 (oh, man, that's sad). But what's even sadder is this: he beat me at chess. Chess is an intellectual game, requiring brains and strategy. I've always been good at it. I mean, it's no big deal if I lose a match to just any-ol-body, but if it's Anthony, that's just… wrong. Totally ridiculous. So I gotta ask…am I stupid?

  24. You think this is confusing. You should learn the science of Bowling.

  25. Moving the king: A king can not move within one square of the opposing king?

  26. Well that explanation wasn't very well, as it was mainly about edge cases. Who ever wants to play this beautiful game, play it without these edge cases in the begining. Just remember:
    Rock – move in straight lines.
    Bishop – move in diagnols.
    Knight – 2 squares straight and one sqare aside.
    Queen – straight and diagnols.
    King – like queen but only one sqare.
    Pawn – moves only forward one swaure each time, and can move 2 squares at the first time it moves. It eats in diagnol (one sqare in diagnol).
    If pawn reaches the last line, he can becomes what ever you chose.
    The goal: threat the king of the other side, and that king has nothing to do. Check mate.

  27. Well that explanation wasn't very well, as it was mainly about edge cases. Who ever wants to play this beautiful game, play it without these edge cases in the begining. Just remember:
    Rock – move in straight lines.
    Bishop – move in diagnols.
    Knight – 2 squares straight and one sqare aside.
    Queen – straight and diagnols.
    King – like queen but only one sqare.
    Pawn – moves only forward one swaure each time, and can move 2 squares at the first time it moves. It eats in diagnol (one sqare in diagnol).
    If pawn reaches the last line, he can becomes what ever you chose.
    The goal: threat the king of the other side, and that king has nothing to do. Check mate.

  28. This Really Helped Me Learn About Chess!

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