Learning chess made easy | Benjamin Corcoran | Skillshare
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17 Lessons (1h 45m)
    • 1. Introtolearningchess2 15 19

      1:04
    • 2. GetToKnowTheInstructor

      4:35
    • 3. Pawn video

      4:34
    • 4. Rook Video

      2:33
    • 5. Bishop Video

      3:03
    • 6. Queen Video

      3:07
    • 7. Castling

      7:22
    • 8. Pawn Promotion

      3:53
    • 9. En Passant

      6:22
    • 10. Chess Notation, the intro

      8:45
    • 11. Minor, Major, and King notation

      7:41
    • 12. Advance chess notation

      8:28
    • 13. Game of the centry

      8:06
    • 14. Avoiding bad opening play

      7:16
    • 15. Opening, normal openingl

      6:52
    • 16. Opening, total control

      10:09
    • 17. Scholarsmate

      11:03

About This Class

In this course, you'll learn the value of all the chess pieces, how they all move, and some special moves in the chess game. Video's of both over the board demonstrations and 2D on the computer screen will be presented. Also quizzes to test your knowledge. You will also learn how to properly play the chess opening. The ability to read and write chess notation is key to future chess learning.

Learning objective:

*Movement of Pawns, Knights, Bishops, Rooks, Queen and King.
*Special moves
*The value of Pawns, Knights, Bishops, Rooks, Queen and King.
*Best ways of playing the Opening
*A quick opening surprise.
*Defending the 4 move checkmate opening
*Avoiding bad opening play
*Ability to read and write chess notation.