Capablanca Uses the EASIEST Chess Strategy Ever!

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    Did Capablanca really do nothing in his chess games? Well, sometimes he might have come close. This might be one of those games. Let me know what you think about this game from the legendary Cuban World Champion!
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@johnpender358 +63
@johnpender358

Capablanca wasnt called "The Invincible Chess Machine" for nothing. My favorite chess player.

2 месяца назад
@unrealnews +4
@unrealnews

Dude understood pawns.

2 месяца назад
@Unchessable_ +1
@Unchessable_

If he's invincible then why can I still see him

Месяц назад
@AngelGonzalez-pd4cn +6
@AngelGonzalez-pd4cn

I am Cuban I am a chess player Capablanca was a Cuban man too, he invented a chess thing called POSITION, he said that a player can have material advantage, space advantage, time advantage and still lose the game because he has no good POSITION. POSITION is the backbone of the chess game.

Месяц назад
@bestosensei +48
@bestosensei

Great analysis. There is something to be said about a superior player just exchanging pieces knowing he'll win the endgame. It would great a very easy tournament style.

2 месяца назад
@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mr +2
@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mr

But it’s super boring and also seems unfair to me don’t know why.I like wins when there arr lots of materials on the board..tactical plays or positional maneuvering.. not just directly going to the endgame,,that doesn’t seem like chess.

2 месяца назад
@Supunay +1
@Supunay

@@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mr not unfair winning is winning

2 месяца назад
@gm2407 +3
@gm2407

​@@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mrYou know there is something satisfying being able to spot a winning endgame and using a series of objectives set plan to get there as the pieces come off the boars. Once you have that advantage and can liquidate into such a position there is nothing like it. The other player is blundering checkmate in 30 moves just from trades and they do not even know it. You don't have to calculate each position, it is just known that the weaknesses are to much to cover if they are targeted in a systemic way, then a final simple endgame win ensues. King and pawn vs king, or king and major piece vs king.

Месяц назад
@jimscheurtz8224 +1
@jimscheurtz8224

@@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mrIf you play Go, you’re definitely not gonna be a fan of Lee Changho😂.

Месяц назад
@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mr
@RedwanurRahaman-cv9mr

@@jimscheurtz8224 I dont get it

Месяц назад
@patrickfinley4387 +31
@patrickfinley4387

Alfred Kreymborg was among the top dozen or so chess players in the US around 1910, and was also a leading figure in the imagist and modernist movements in poetry/literature. A lifelong friend of Carl Sandburg, Kreymborg was a leading American intellectual and cultural figure for the next couple of decades. Among his close friends and associates were Alfred Stieglitz the photographer, Man Ray, the Dadaist/Surreealist painter, and another Dadaist, Marcel Duchamps (Nude Descending a Staircase) who was a very fine chess player in his own right, and played on some French chess Olympiad teams in the 1920's and 1930's. Kreymborg gave up chess completely a couple of years after this game was played, following a crushing and heartbreaking defeat by Oscar Chajes, who was one of the very few players anywhere to have scored a tournament victory against Capa. A K did return to the game about twenty years later, during the depression. He never regained the full strength he had in his glory days, but was once again bewitched by the spell of the game that had so possessed him in his youth. He wrote a wonderful short memoir, "Chess Reclaims a Devotee," which I read as a young boy in the marvelous anthology "The Fireside Book of Chess" in the late 1950's or early 60's. Highly recommended. Chajes, incidentally was the last player to beat Capa, in 1916 before the great man embarked on his 8-year undefeated streak which was ended by Reti at New York, 1924.

2 месяца назад
@johnod203
@johnod203

Thank you!

24 дня назад
@shadeburst +20
@shadeburst

The good players seem to have a knack of, well not exactly seeing ten moves ahead, but placing pieces on good squares so that when the trading feeding frenzy is over those pieces are ready to get down to business.

2 месяца назад
@davidc5191 +9
@davidc5191

Yes, pre-FIDE, the Grandmaster title 1:00 was first conferred on players by Tsar Nicholas in 1914.

2 месяца назад
@johnjordan7379 +2
@johnjordan7379

Just started this was great .don't be scared to trade off Iff u know what u doin love this one subbed

Месяц назад
@fbushphone
@fbushphone

Thank you for sharing this. Hope you can create more videos like this on Capa's earlier games, I think they illustrate lots of chess knowledge

Месяц назад
@MrPhilsmithson +3
@MrPhilsmithson

Loved this thank you. A good lesson in how simple good chess can be.

2 месяца назад
@MrPhilsmithson +2
@MrPhilsmithson

This has really been an epiphany for me. In the few games I’ve played since watching, I’m consciously not trying to find the “tricky” move that I saw in a YouTube video but can’t quite remember fully and instead just playing what I think I now understand as “solid chess”: just focusing on keeping a strong structure and small incremental improvements to my position. Thanks again!

2 месяца назад
@SPLIFFZPUFFZ
@SPLIFFZPUFFZ

really enjoyed this breakdown and exploration!

Месяц назад
@oneman49instruments
@oneman49instruments

Nice to learn from this channel!

Месяц назад
@alwaysinout
@alwaysinout

Great analysis .. simple and clear ..thanks

Месяц назад
@usgamechamp2323
@usgamechamp2323

Learn a lot from this channel, TY

2 месяца назад
@rg7535 +1
@rg7535

Good video. Subscribed.

2 месяца назад
@fethikhalfallah8658 +9
@fethikhalfallah8658

Capablanca was the early 1900s stockfish.

2 месяца назад
@ripvangu +1
@ripvangu

can you slightly grey the screen when making alternative plays,so its easier to different between alternative game plays and the actual game

Месяц назад
@cobeferraro3464 +1
@cobeferraro3464

Such a typical Capa game. Positional mastermind

2 месяца назад
@JaredBrewerAerospace +1
@JaredBrewerAerospace

@6:09 I heard "exchange deez knights" in my head.

Месяц назад
@patatota
@patatota

You know how good is a player seeing his endgames.

2 месяца назад
@funnyperson4016 +1
@funnyperson4016

“Doing nothing” is prophylactic moves. Waiting for opponent to compromise his position or blunder somehow

2 месяца назад
@lakeembryant4290
@lakeembryant4290

thank you for this coverage of the old games , i am not interested in modern computerized prepared lines to move 45

Месяц назад
@steveharding8965 +3
@steveharding8965

I hate players that swap everything.

2 месяца назад
@thomasallein1521 +3
@thomasallein1521

Nice.

2 месяца назад
@kingsgambit7098 +51
@kingsgambit7098

It's not really surprising, to be honest. Most lower leveled players rely on their tactical capabilities. Trading off pieces eliminates complicated positions. Reaching the endgame is an unfamiliar territory for them.

2 месяца назад
@mmik9683
@mmik9683

End game is unfamiliar for me because the zoomers i play at work quit if they start losing. 😨

Месяц назад
@jimmymitchell1514
@jimmymitchell1514

A good strategic game by capablanca

2 месяца назад
@weeooh1
@weeooh1

The funny thing is, the end game consisted of many simple moves that ppl with ELO of 1600-1800 might have played. So not really sure this is a good demonstration of Capas abilties.

Месяц назад
@thebellcurve3437
@thebellcurve3437

How embarrassing for this opponent Kreymborg: "I am so bad at chess that I was defeated by a guy who basically did nothing the whole game."

5 дней назад
@bengrange
@bengrange

at 6:44, what was black's plan with the f4 square?

Месяц назад
@miguelparada5283 +1
@miguelparada5283

Instead of exchanging knights, maybe ... Nd3 was a powerful square.

2 месяца назад
@diamondhyena5631
@diamondhyena5631

Finally a strategy for me

2 месяца назад
@miloszforman6270 +2
@miloszforman6270

It looks like rook to e7 at 11:45 was the real blunder of black, giving up the g line, so the white rook can intrude. Why did he do this?

2 месяца назад
@chessdawg +4
@chessdawg

Black is actually already lost at that point. White's threat of Ra6 and b5 is going to be decisive if black stays on the g-line.

2 месяца назад
@miloszforman6270
@miloszforman6270

@@chessdawg True. Very bad pawn structure of black indeed.

2 месяца назад
@mauricesaavedra
@mauricesaavedra

You are correct, that opened up the lane and multiplied Capablanca's options, great insight !♟

2 месяца назад
@deadlypandaghost
@deadlypandaghost

Capablanca didn't do nothing, he was just lazy. He knew he was the better endgame player so he regularly simplified so he wouldn't need to think to hard about it. Just look at his game against the first Marshal attack if you think he couldn't play complicated positions. Refuted that over the board.

Месяц назад
@gabrielrekt +13
@gabrielrekt

bro scared to play f4 lol

2 месяца назад
@animalntelligence3170 +1
@animalntelligence3170

There is a scene in Boardwalk Empire where Arnold Rothstein is giving wise counsel to Nucky Thompson who is being assailed on all sides. The hyper-intelligent character tells Nucky to "Do nothing...".

2 месяца назад
@bengrange
@bengrange

can somebody explain why it would have been so bad for black to let white get his rook on the 7th? i.e. why black shouldn't take with the queen? around 4:20. Thanks!

Месяц назад
@walterbrownstone8017 +2
@walterbrownstone8017

Good game for it's era but I would smack Capablanca if he played the London against me... and I'm a 1400 level player.

2 месяца назад
@travis3382 +1
@travis3382

Wow you’re so strong

2 месяца назад
@walterbrownstone8017
@walterbrownstone8017

@@travis3382 I'm not talking about the other nine games but you know what I mean. London come on everybody knows something about the London. Bad things can happen to you when you play with a 1400 that specializes in the London System. I'd definitely smack him. And then he'd figure me out.

2 месяца назад
@ManishSharma_OO7 +6
@ManishSharma_OO7

Please dont make such comments. Just have a look on his records and playing style. As per Fisher, Capablanca and Morphy is one of the top players of all time.

2 месяца назад
@walterbrownstone8017
@walterbrownstone8017

@@ManishSharma_OO7 Bro I'm just saying saying hey at 1400 every blitz game I play is 2700+ database on move 12++. This ain't that great of a game really.

2 месяца назад
@kentvanhoeven3946 +3
@kentvanhoeven3946

Walter must be trolling

2 месяца назад
@JesusChristlovesyou_friend
@JesusChristlovesyou_friend

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Месяц назад
@vinozarazzi5633 +1
@vinozarazzi5633

Who is the narrator?

2 месяца назад
@yuezhao4576
@yuezhao4576

Please advise why white did not play B6 at 11:29. Thanks!

2 месяца назад
@chessdawg +1
@chessdawg

Very good question. It turns out that Rh2+ holds the draw. White has to let the black rook to the b-file, behind the b6 pawn, or allow continued checks of his king. If Kb3 then Rh1 threatening to check from behind works for black. If white gets his king to a3, then Rh1 threatens to check from behind and win the rook.

2 месяца назад
@usmh
@usmh

Good lord, thumbnail looks like Jon Favreau.

2 месяца назад
@isseshafeeg3899
@isseshafeeg3899

Good R end game

2 месяца назад
@user-kh6xl4yg1j +4
@user-kh6xl4yg1j

Instead of bouncing around openings … study endings!

2 месяца назад
@DominikRoost
@DominikRoost

you are always seem to be refuting a point some unnamed chess entity made^^

Месяц назад
@stopover1238 +2
@stopover1238

U should reach 100000 subs soon

2 месяца назад
@miroslavdrugda9235
@miroslavdrugda9235

Better call Saul

2 месяца назад
@vladmarcu3536
@vladmarcu3536

bro whatsup with the commercials, i had more commercials than content

2 месяца назад
@timpence4850
@timpence4850

At 9:08 Rxa7 does not lead to an advantage for white. ...Rxa7 Rxa7 Rh6! Rc7 Ke5

2 месяца назад
@nkarrpumpky +2
@nkarrpumpky

😂😂

2 месяца назад
@joseantoniomendes5211 +3
@joseantoniomendes5211

Do nothing but do it very well. IM David Levy [his strategy against chess engines]

2 месяца назад
@snrao6823 +1
@snrao6823

Sorry, but even a 2000 FIDE rated player now doesn't play like black. If you want to see Capablanca's masterpieces, get 'Kings of Chess' book.

2 месяца назад
@PsychologyAcademia +6
@PsychologyAcademia

This video is pointless. Its more about a players blunders and mistakes not about skillful strategy. If you focussed on why they lost you will get more information.

2 месяца назад
@user-ek4ic2ip9e +1
@user-ek4ic2ip9e

First view!

2 месяца назад
@arthurtcherkezian356
@arthurtcherkezian356

Very little ... hm

2 месяца назад
@RyanHarris77
@RyanHarris77

Well you don't need a million dollars to do nothing, man. Just take a look at my cousin, he's broke, don't do sh*t.

Месяц назад
@zerozedzaki +2
@zerozedzaki

Second?

2 месяца назад
@frankojudoka
@frankojudoka

Today’s players are tougher.

Месяц назад
@jamesmoran7511 +2
@jamesmoran7511

Chess is pointless. Anyone who cares about this stupid game needs to consult mental health treatment.

2 месяца назад
@wolfganglaun2319
@wolfganglaun2319

So which games are not "pointless", and how do you support your point?

2 месяца назад
@jamesmoran7511
@jamesmoran7511

@@wolfganglaun2319 it's all pointless. That's my point.

2 месяца назад
@wolfganglaun2319
@wolfganglaun2319

@@jamesmoran7511 So are you.

2 месяца назад
@jamesmoran7511
@jamesmoran7511

@@wolfganglaun2319 you must be a chess player.

2 месяца назад
@wolfganglaun2319 +3
@wolfganglaun2319

@@jamesmoran7511 Define "chess player". If (according to your definition) you aren't one: why do you make snide remarks about chess? Is it envy? Is chess a sore point with you? Is there any game at all you don't consider "stupid" or "pointless"? What's your point in clicking on YT flicks about chess in the first instance?

2 месяца назад
@ArrosticiniVore +4
@ArrosticiniVore

Capablanca, the most boring world champion

2 месяца назад
@jacobfrank2164 +2
@jacobfrank2164

Boring is what losers call winners. Unfortunately, losers don't usually live long enough to have REAL fun. 😂

2 месяца назад
@independentnature295
@independentnature295

I thought Karpov held that title.

2 месяца назад
@jayrivera1532
@jayrivera1532

Chess Dawg Pretty good chest tactics by the generals of chess and thank you for your illustration much appreciated! ♟️

2 месяца назад

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