Push Only Pawns And Win A Chess Game

  • Опубликовано: Год назад

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    In this historic chess game Emil Joseph Diemer played as white and he broke every single chess opening principle. He completely abandoned development of his pieces and just pushed pawns until the18th move.
    He still managed to win this chess game by suffocating black's position. This game is one of the reasons why we love chess.
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@yellowtapes +118
@yellowtapes

This was exactly why I said the pawn is the most powerful piece on the board, their disposable, promotable and very easy to use for both offence and defense at the same time. This guy maximized the potential of the pawns showing their overlooked advantages at its finest 👏👏

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@castlequeenside +3
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment my man. Spot on.

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@adenshaw5273 +6
@adenshaw5273

They aren't the most powerful piece on the board I'd rather have 10 queens than 10 pawns

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@xxxx-sc6bu +7
@xxxx-sc6bu

@@adenshaw5273 But you dont have 10 queens thats the point

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@aniketsingh6616 +2
@aniketsingh6616

​@@adenshaw527310 queens on board means check nd mate 😊

7 месяцев назад
@blaiseuchechi8254
@blaiseuchechi8254

​@@aniketsingh6616lol... or stalemate

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@virgodem +3313
@virgodem

I feel like this guy made it a life goal to win a game by going against every opening principle possible.

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@castlequeenside +106
@castlequeenside

Yeah, it seems so.

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@jasonc0065 +122
@jasonc0065

@@castlequeenside there was once a game where black violated every principle by creating holes and not developing any piece other than the bishop at g7.. After white grabbed space with e5 and castled long, black played ...Bf8, counterattacked and checkmated him.

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@castlequeenside +61
@castlequeenside

@@jasonc0065 Please send me that game or just the names of the players if you have. Thank you for the comment.

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@jasonc0065 +65
@jasonc0065

@@castlequeenside Klyavin - Zhdanov, 1961

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@castlequeenside +33
@castlequeenside

@@jasonc0065 Thank you. I will have a look at it.

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@jairo8190 +32
@jairo8190

only moves pawns, develops queen first, castles long, sacs 3 exchanges, wins by resignation. LEGEND!!!

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@Synystr7 +810
@Synystr7

Is it weird that I think that a pawn only game fits the look of Emil Diemer? He looks like an ancient chess master who lives in the mountains who is approached by an ambitious young chess prodigy and is like "Son, you are not ready yet." and beats him with only pawns.

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +42
@castlequeenside

10 месяцев назад
@fredflint3998 +7
@fredflint3998

Haha that is awesome 😂

10 месяцев назад
@medexamtoolsdotcom
@medexamtoolsdotcom

Actually, I was thinking he looked like a perfect person to play a chess bishop's anthropomorphization in a live acted movie, and this would be perfect, if you imagine a bishop controlling the whole game, saying "yes, pawns, you all go do everything, go to your deaths...." unfortunately it doesn't quite work as a theory since he ultimately loses both bishops in the game though.

8 месяцев назад
@tislafl +12
@tislafl

Diemer was a very attacking player and lived for these kind of tactical battles. He is also known for the Blackmar-Diemer gambit that is unsound but leads to the same kind of fireworks against an unwary opponent.

8 месяцев назад
@goddiegod8445
@goddiegod8445

lmao

8 месяцев назад
@debasishraychawdhuri +373
@debasishraychawdhuri

The issue is that because everyone generally follow the opening principles, we rarely practice what to do if our opponent does not.

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +40
@castlequeenside

Exactly.

11 месяцев назад
@oz_jones +45
@oz_jones

You clearly havent seen my games then 😅

11 месяцев назад
@yourmum69_420 +15
@yourmum69_420

I tried this and it was so fun. The guy was clearly at a loss what to do so I ended up winning on time. I can try to link the game if you want

7 месяцев назад
@pandajrmarvellous7959 +3
@pandajrmarvellous7959

@@yourmum69_420Hey man, show me how to play, let me practice with you, I am new to the game of Chess

7 месяцев назад
@yourmum69_420 +2
@yourmum69_420

@@pandajrmarvellous7959 I'm new too tbh. I was playing against another noob and I guess I got lucky that it worked. You'd be better off learning from someone who knows what they're doing, like watching more of these youtube videos

7 месяцев назад
@superAweber +657
@superAweber

The reason this was such a good breakdown is that you showed why certain moves weren't played. You played out what would happen if they were. That was good for seeing what was really happening - in the mental arena. You uncovered the mental battle ground. Your commentary on the chess computer's opinion at each point was great too. It built anticipation fantastically while educating on the facts. I came back again to comment because I loved this.

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@castlequeenside +10
@castlequeenside

Thank you Super Aweber. Nice to see you again :).

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@sashimi879
@sashimi879

Dork

10 месяцев назад
@externity9569
@externity9569

​@@sashimi879 weeb

10 месяцев назад
@patrickgabriel6479
@patrickgabriel6479

ñ ❤kk

10 месяцев назад
@LoversChess
@LoversChess

https://youtube.com/shorts/aqjAdpbSL2g?feature=share

6 месяцев назад
@maxwellndlovu4461 +979
@maxwellndlovu4461

It's amazing how the pawns sent the knights to retreat and ended up locking the knights and their Bishops from moving forward.

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@castlequeenside +53
@castlequeenside

Yes, the black was completely locked down.

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@smithmichael8144 +10
@smithmichael8144

Moving your pawn to that 6th rank is absolutely BRUTAL for knights, they have to make an exchange with another piece or put their knight in an uncomfortable position you can later leverage with a pin or a fork. I'd say a1, h1, and e6,d6 as white are top priority moves if they bring out their knights and queens without the pawn walls.

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@artiomgera6686
@artiomgera6686

You have to sac a knight or Bishop at some point, so it white don't has 100℅ control

11 месяцев назад
@hatefulcrab8515
@hatefulcrab8515

All he had to do was attack the center back, instead he just kept devloping his minor pieces and neglecting the ever moving center pawns.

5 месяцев назад
@momchilandonov
@momchilandonov

I wonder what the black did wrong and it seems to be that he didn't properly developed his own pawns...

4 месяца назад
@ModernDayRenaissanceMan +452
@ModernDayRenaissanceMan

I feel like there is a backstory to this game. They probably knew each other & Diemer know Thomas would be passive. He used that to his advantage.

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@castlequeenside +46
@castlequeenside

I am not sure to be honest. Thank you for the comment.

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@shantavetyan4053 +23
@shantavetyan4053

Yeah black started so slow....

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@goldschmidtcompany431 +3
@goldschmidtcompany431

Excellent point a behaviorists game

11 месяцев назад
@MrWeAllAreOne +190
@MrWeAllAreOne

I just won 3 out of 5 games by pushing only pawns....seemed like it really threw people a curve ball.

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@castlequeenside +18
@castlequeenside

Wow, nice to hear that.

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@martk647 +37
@martk647

When they think i am gonna take, but no, i decided to push forward even more! It's choking your opponent slowly.

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@ashwing2713 +6
@ashwing2713

Send me your id let’s play I am gonna punish you for that 😅

5 месяцев назад
@shadaabqureshi6342 +587
@shadaabqureshi6342

When your main line experienced members are on a LUNCH BREAK & you have to manage the war with NEW JOINEE INTERNS!

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@castlequeenside +14
@castlequeenside

Lmao. I have to pin your comment.

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@gibranalif3247 +4
@gibranalif3247

And after they come back from the break, the supervisor (Queen) strikes in like "Ayoo, wth is going on here?", then proceeds to rock in

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@AdmiralCorkington +18
@AdmiralCorkington

I love that the B2 pawn never moved the whole game

4 месяца назад
@t.r.3808 +151
@t.r.3808

That was an incredible game! Thank you for sharing this. I was utterly kind blown and on the edge of my seat watching it unfold

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@castlequeenside +4
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment. I am really glad you enjoyed it.

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@michaelmassaro4375
@michaelmassaro4375

It was quite a game wonderful to see these pawns advancing and infiltrating with such effectiveness Hell yes

11 месяцев назад
@slayer8actual +149
@slayer8actual

Very interesting game using a strategy I might have used after too many drinks, but hell, it worked! I guess it threw Heiling off his game trying to figure out what in the hell Diemer was doing. Enjoyed your breakdown. Subbed.

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@castlequeenside +5
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the kind words.

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@jakemccoy +8
@jakemccoy

Except you would have lost all your pawns.

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

@@jakemccoy Maybe :)

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@kryptos_bg +13
@kryptos_bg

Diemer was a chess fanatic and open tournament nomad. This game was played in the 80s at an Open in Nürnberg. Because he missed the price money (there were several GM and IM playing, and the tournament was short) he couldn't pay his hotel bill - so there was a "fundraiser" among the players in the end :D. Heiling was about Oberliga strength (below 2nd Bundesliga). Diemer's agressive and unconventional play made him very dangerous against weaker players. Especially young players often derive a lot of their strength from theory knowledge. Leaving these paths early diminished these players' strength, and reduced them to their own thinking and tactical prowess. Also imagine the psychological burden of being at the receiving end of such a line. Very uncomfortable. It was not the only unconventional game he played in this tournament, but the most spectacular. His entertainment value was definitely high, so the fundraiser was successful.

7 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Wow. Thank you for this thorough information.

7 месяцев назад
@cbmobile1797 +37
@cbmobile1797

New to chess, this is definitely the best breakdown of a game I've ever watched

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@castlequeenside +3
@castlequeenside

Wow. Thank you so much for the kind words.

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@factandsuspicionpodcast2727 +48
@factandsuspicionpodcast2727

Very interesting game. I'm surprised I've never seen it analyzed before. I really appreciate you sharing this.

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@castlequeenside +4
@castlequeenside

You are welcome. I am glad you liked it. Thank you for the comment.

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@AnodyneHipsterInfluencer +10
@AnodyneHipsterInfluencer

Well done. Clear, concise, informative. Subscribed.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you so much.

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@Enigmaprince +16
@Enigmaprince

This probably one of the weirdest games ive seen but then became one of the more complex one with beautiful complicated moves by white. That was very impressive play by both but specially Heiling. Thx for sharing this :)

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@billybizar +1
@billybizar

You mean Diemer probably....

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@Enigmaprince
@Enigmaprince

@@billybizar Yes you are totally correct. I totally mixed them up meant the dude playing in white :D which u correctly pointed out is Diemer :)

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@khylera883 +37
@khylera883

Is it just me or does anyone get a brain cramp when watching players make super quick moves? This content is perfect for me. Great video

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

I don't know the time control in this game and how much time black had when he started making "mistakes". Thank you for the comment.

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@jestfullgremblim8002 +2
@jestfullgremblim8002

In other games? Well it depends. But on this specific game we do not know of the speed in which the players made their moves

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@binks3371 +93
@binks3371

when i first started playing i would do something like this, advancing pawns like a madman and i got to 650. Then I started to learn a bit of theory and "properly" develop. This is when I started to lose games and i got quickly to 400s.

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +15
@castlequeenside

You have to have some idea when you advance pawns. Pushing pawns without any idea is not good. Thank you for the comment.

11 месяцев назад
@yooneunhyesarang9245 +6
@yooneunhyesarang9245

Really suspense story with a shock ending. Good job! 🤣🤣

10 месяцев назад
@ollooduk3211
@ollooduk3211

😂😂😂😂😂

8 месяцев назад
@joshwanker
@joshwanker

same except I got to 800 and I am still around 800 after learning what is developing.

8 месяцев назад
@vidyeshranade8849
@vidyeshranade8849

pawns don't have reverse gear. so need to be very careful. pawn's sacrifice is similar to soilder loosing in border tussle. and is quite painful.

7 месяцев назад
@FiverWereRabbit +10
@FiverWereRabbit

Happy to find your channel, was looking for videos on pushing/passing pawns even though I shouldn't I have been having fun opening with pushing and developing as little as possible for a while, just to focus on pawns for a bit. It has been Really Fun, and caused some fun games. Great Video, thanks for sharing it. I just subbed and shared it with a buddy. cheers.

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Wow. Thank you for the kind comment and encouraging words. I agree, if people underestimate pawns and they don't respond properly in the opening - dangerous stuff can happen 😃

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@worlddnd +194
@worlddnd

Really different game played here, a lesson for those who think pawns are worthless

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@castlequeenside +7
@castlequeenside

Absolutely. Thank you for the comment.

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@sashimi879 +3
@sashimi879

So you aren't worthless after all

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@microitos9754 +12
@microitos9754

Not at all. This is a good lesson for people _receiving_ such a pawn storm at them. White played objectively bad moves, but it is psychologically menacing if you don’t know how to respond. Black made key errors in terms of pawn breaks and development. They should, for instance, have developed their pieces and happily give away a pawn or two and absolutely crush white for their not developing and completely compromising their position. Materialism and poor intuition leads to such poor positions for black.

11 месяцев назад
@sashimi879 +1
@sashimi879

@@microitos9754 and that's why you're a grandmaster

11 месяцев назад
@microitos9754 +2
@microitos9754

@@sashimi879 Don't know if that's a sarcasting insult or a compliment, but I'll go with the latter ;)

11 месяцев назад
@hesleyt +8
@hesleyt

Thank you very much for your explanations of the what ifs. That was really great!

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

You are welcome, glad you enjoyed it.

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@jakemccoy +6
@jakemccoy

In hindsight, black should have slaughtered some of those pawns earlier instead of playing footsies.

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Yes, but then we wouldn't have this historic position.

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@PavltheRobot +3
@PavltheRobot

Great video, really like the fact that you showed how certain scenarios would play out in case of a specific move.

6 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the watching and commenting Pavle. Glad you liked it.

6 месяцев назад
@Mr512austintexas +2
@Mr512austintexas

Thank you for posting this! I've run into this strategy a couple of times, and it's been tricky as hell to figure out how to respond. Having this game to study will be a big help. 🙂👍

2 месяца назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment my man.

2 месяца назад
@jeffreyzinn973 +3
@jeffreyzinn973

Great video, comprehensive explanation of game and alternative moves. One of the best I've seen.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment Jeffrey.

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@senecaryan4155 +39
@senecaryan4155

Man Thomas missed some incredible simple pawn steals

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@castlequeenside +3
@castlequeenside

Yes, he started a bit too late. Thank you for the comment.

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@brent4674 +1
@brent4674

when exactly? the b 5 pawn wasn't takeable at 1:59 because of the move qa5 for black after taking with the bishop

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

@@brent4674 True, he probably means it in the later stages.

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@jestfullgremblim8002
@jestfullgremblim8002

When?

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@Z1VA
@Z1VA

​@@jestfullgremblim80023:18 a4

11 месяцев назад
@judemorales4U +2
@judemorales4U

Subbed. This was the first vid I've seen from your channel and I really enjoyed the game, your delivery and pace!

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you so much. It really means a lot to me.

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@tobij3014 +4
@tobij3014

Fun game :D I wanna mention, that 4:14 c4 stops black playing c4 and giving him Nc5 ideas to solve the queenside developement.

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Yes. Thank you for the comment.

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@86tangonovember56 +3
@86tangonovember56

Now I'm opening with only pawns every game.

7 месяцев назад
@skilz8098 +214
@skilz8098

Pawns are more powerful than people give credit. Yeah they move vertical unless when capturing, but the thing that makes them powerful is that anyone of them can be promoted to either a bishop, castle or queen.

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@castlequeenside +20
@castlequeenside

Yes, agree. That is really showcased in top tier games. Also, people who underestimate the unusual play or opening and don't try to evaluate the position usually end up like black here. Thank you for the comment.

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@skilz8098 +6
@skilz8098

@@castlequeenside I tried to edit it... it should have said, "move vertical". And I forgot to mention the knight. YouTube just kept giving me the "return error" message...

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

@@skilz8098 No problem I understood you.

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@PreservationEnthusiast +5
@PreservationEnthusiast

@@castlequeenside Don't say "The white" and "The black" ... it is just White and Black without the definite article.

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@brandonwu8353 +4
@brandonwu8353

Thats why an entire pawn file is worth almost as much as queen due to positional power

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@Arcturian1111 +1
@Arcturian1111

I really enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing.

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@itsrob2321 +10
@itsrob2321

That was a great game! I like the play that tests the limits of strategy!

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

👌

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@keithspurgin8039 +4
@keithspurgin8039

A great game with an excellent commentary, thank you and good luck with your YouTube chess site.,

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the kind words.

11 месяцев назад
@the-lenny-dood7502 +3
@the-lenny-dood7502

Truly a pushing P moment

5 месяцев назад
@dahoop5933 +4
@dahoop5933

Power of the wee guys, united we stand, divided we fall :) Brilliantly unusual game, thanks!

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Hehe. Thank you for comment

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@eminkurtovic5477 +2
@eminkurtovic5477

This is a great strategy in bullet games. Your baffled opponents will waste time trying to figure out what to do since mostly all they see is book openings.

7 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

I agree.

7 месяцев назад
@lothropstoddardiii6231 +2
@lothropstoddardiii6231

Legendary match! Great video, thanks for posting!

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you my man. Glad you enjoyed it.

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@fingerfeller +2
@fingerfeller

thank you for the lesson, i had never heard of these two players, very instructive

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

You are welcome, I am glad you enjoyed the game.

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@superAweber +4
@superAweber

I was cheering like it was a UFC match. Thanks for making such an enjoyable and suspenseful video

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Hahahaha. Thank you for the amazing comment.

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@Edge15555 +3
@Edge15555

Thank you for going through this game

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

You are welcome.

11 месяцев назад
@bluejjay +7
@bluejjay

In Starcraft, this would be like Zealot rushing early so hard that you prevent your opponent's natural expansion.

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@castlequeenside +3
@castlequeenside

Haven't played Starcraft so I'm gonna have to take your word :D.

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@earldriskill3505 +6
@earldriskill3505

Using only pawns will eventually get you in trouble with a skilled chess player.

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

True.

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@Francisco-bu9ew +2
@Francisco-bu9ew

Might as well call this "bishop is manager, horse is general manager; queen, king and castle are general executives"

4 месяца назад
@piratecat990 +1
@piratecat990

Thank you for the detailed explanation and strageies. It was really helpful.

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

You are welcome Pirate Cat. I appreciate the comment. Have a nice day.

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@chrisxyztv2417 +2
@chrisxyztv2417

You did a very good job explaining.

8 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you.

8 месяцев назад
@domdouse3575 +1
@domdouse3575

Fascinating game. Great video

21 день назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for watching.

21 день назад
@childrensglow +18
@childrensglow

Wow! He mastered him. Simplicity is so powerful. Like drops of water.

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@castlequeenside +3
@castlequeenside

Exactly.

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@AndySalinger33 +1
@AndySalinger33

clear and concise. Cheers!

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you.

10 месяцев назад
@EarthSurferUSA +8
@EarthSurferUSA

7:39 Bishop to f4 also traps the black knight on h1. It can be snagged later.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

True, but you would have to bring the king which would waste a couple of moves, since rook is covering g file and you would loose initiative. White was going for total victory and checkmate.

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@jack-o_lantern
@jack-o_lantern

There is already a bishop on f4. Am I missing something?

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@wa1ufo +3
@wa1ufo

Really unique! Thanks!

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Glad you loved it.

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@mobydick3895 +8
@mobydick3895

Sometimes I think it is the play of the pawns that is the sleeper way to win in this game.

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

True, it kind of leaves the opponent confused.

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@grayson1946 +3
@grayson1946

@@castlequeenside Philidor said pawns are the soul of Chess. However, I doubt he would take it to this extreme! 😂😂😂 interesting though!

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@bradylackey8482 +1
@bradylackey8482

Thank you very much that was informative clear concise to the point not a lot of wasting my time so I appreciate that.

2 месяца назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

You are welcome.

2 месяца назад
@kitrichardson2165 +22
@kitrichardson2165

What a great way to see what would happen if he just pushed all your pawns— without actually having to play the game.

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@castlequeenside +4
@castlequeenside

I think moving only pawns would not be enough. Thank you for the comment.

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@georgewashingtoniv8745 +2
@georgewashingtoniv8745

I actually had a beginner player so this against me except he didn't know how to make it work as well as didn't understand opening theory or how to move his minor pieces at all.

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

@@georgewashingtoniv8745 For this to work, you really need to have an idea not just randomly pushing your pawns.

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@DevilMarshawLaw +1
@DevilMarshawLaw

Fantastic commentary and an amazing game. Subscribed

2 месяца назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for watching.

2 месяца назад
@ravichandranmarimuthu2076 +1
@ravichandranmarimuthu2076

Nice presentation with a clear explanation. ❤

5 дней назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you Ravichandran.

5 дней назад
@r.mcdonnell8614 +2
@r.mcdonnell8614

I did a Google search for the simple phrase "pushing pawns" and this video came up as the first result. THAT'S what you call an immortal game

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Wow cool.

10 месяцев назад
@CharlieHoffbower +2
@CharlieHoffbower

This felt like watching a snake slowly squeezing the life out of its victim.

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Lol, that is a great description.

Год назад
@_fightknight +2
@_fightknight

Wonderful Explanation!

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you.

11 месяцев назад
@AZunon +7
@AZunon

I want everyone to know. This guy woke up 1 day and decided he wanted to go down in history by humiliating someone else.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Lol.

11 месяцев назад
@ceferistul05 +2
@ceferistul05

very rarely will your opponent play what black played here, in order to allow the steamroll

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@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Yeah, black did try but it was too late for him...

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@smaugm8497 +2
@smaugm8497

I loved your commentary great work my friend

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Thank you so much.

11 месяцев назад
@therealrosen +2
@therealrosen

Great video well done. Thank you

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the kind comment.

10 месяцев назад
@POVLA +2
@POVLA

Finally! A game that has never been seen before.

6 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Oh yes.

6 месяцев назад
@BluSpykz +4
@BluSpykz

And it was in this position, on move number 17, that Diemer pushed another pawn.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Hahaha. I imagine people were waiting and betting on which piece he will develop first and when. Thank you for the comment.

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@erwinb9953 +2
@erwinb9953

Totally enjoyable and done very well!

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Thank you. Glad you enjoyed it.

11 месяцев назад
@SubuNomo +1
@SubuNomo

This is the most dramatic chess match I have seen.

6 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you for watching.

6 месяцев назад
@JTMB88 +1
@JTMB88

Awesome game. Loved & Subbed!

Год назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you.

Год назад
@izzojoseph2 +1
@izzojoseph2

I love this game! I read about it once and forgot the names! Thanks for covering this!

Месяц назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

You are welcome. Glad you enjoyed it.

Месяц назад
@mouttouvignesh3165
@mouttouvignesh3165

Interesting to learn. Thanks🙏

6 часов назад
@InUteroKDC +8
@InUteroKDC

And I thought I was over committing my pawns to often 😂

8 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +2
@castlequeenside

Lmao/

8 месяцев назад
@justinwallner881 +1
@justinwallner881

Wow! Excellent game and video with a most avant-garde strategy by white. Subscribed 💯

5 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you my friend

5 месяцев назад
@justinwallner881
@justinwallner881

@@castlequeenside you're very welcome, and best wishes ✨️

5 месяцев назад
@thechessforum +1
@thechessforum

Very instructive!❤

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment.

11 месяцев назад
@HorizonTeaRzz +1
@HorizonTeaRzz

Love the commentary man

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the support man. I appreciate it.

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@Rodri_Santos_Music +2
@Rodri_Santos_Music

i sometimes get a game where the other player plays this kind of opening, hippopotamus defence has its lines, probably playable under gm level this is a variation that works well vs modern & indian defences , it is tricky to play against because there's no theory it forces you to calculate every move and probably the player playing this has more experience in this kind of games.

4 месяца назад
@ward5109 +1
@ward5109

thanks for the informational video ❣

Год назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

You are welcome. I am glad you enjoyed watching it.

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@thefunniestfarm4731 +4
@thefunniestfarm4731

I've gone nuts with my pawns, but not so crazy it's genius.

7 месяцев назад
@justpeachyrl +1
@justpeachyrl

Very interesting game. Thank you for sharing with us!

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

You are welcome. I am glad you enjoyed it :D

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@samuel.carlson +1
@samuel.carlson

I liked this video man, keep it up!

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you Samuel. Glad you loved it.

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@BeyondStrafe +1
@BeyondStrafe

Subbed. Keep up the good work!

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you so much. Really means a lot.

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@rajdas1201 +1
@rajdas1201

One of the best chess videos on the internet.

10 дней назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you my man.

10 дней назад
@randomorange6807 +2
@randomorange6807

I feel like this is a game between players of very different levels. It's like saying "I can beat you even with a trashy position while ignoring the principles of chess."

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

I don't know. Maybe, however I think white just completely shocked black.

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@christopherdavis5143 +8
@christopherdavis5143

I think this guy was just having fun. It’s also good theory to break “rules” like opening theory because it forces new positions and causes chaos. I imagine his opponent was used to playing on auto pilot and Emil took full advantage of that.

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Yes I agree. When you look at Carlsen's online games he often tends to play modern openings to avoid theory because most of these players are really eager to showcase their knowledge of lines. Thank you for the comment.

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@charlesabernathy2252 +2
@charlesabernathy2252

Astounding and informative, it is.

11 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you Charles.

11 месяцев назад
@ilyassali9828 +1
@ilyassali9828

I've just used the same strategy and completely controlled the game and won with a lot more points. Thanks for the video.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment Ali :). I am glad it worked out.

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@nathanlambardi2551 +1
@nathanlambardi2551

You did a great job. Fun game . always an option in chess .ty

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you.

10 месяцев назад
@jeremygonzalez2230 +2
@jeremygonzalez2230

Nice breakdown my man

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the kind words.

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@AntiquatedApe +1
@AntiquatedApe

I was just suggested your channel. Already you've won me over with your name. I've always favored castling queenside

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Hahaha. My man. Thank you for the comment.

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@Chris.4345 +5
@Chris.4345

As far as formatting goes, you should position the portraits of the player in relation to their position on the board. Or otherwise color code them. Emil’s portrait should be on the white side of the board or otherwise marked White

4 месяца назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

You are right Chris, it was one of my older videos and I forgot to double check that :).

4 месяца назад
@noahfeazell3336
@noahfeazell3336

His name is literally white and thomas is black. emil's name is highlighted to show it's white. i think you're trolling

3 месяца назад
@Chris.4345 +1
@Chris.4345

⁠@@noahfeazell3336 Using the color of the font is not sufficient or good design. Hence why all professional chess orgs use portrait position and consistent coloring. For example, in this video, one of the players is a white box with black text, which, in isolation, is not sufficient to deduce what pieces he has as its ambiguous. A viewer would have to look at the others player’s portrait and deduce who has what pieces from the white text in a blue field. Do you see the asymmetry there? If you looked at Emil’s portrait first you could (1) assume he’s white since the font is white, or (2) assume he’s black because of the universally adopted broadcasting convention of portrait position correlating with board position. I would need to look at the 2nd portrait to deduce the truth and the video maker’s convention. This is not good design. And the video maker agreed, so there’s that.

3 месяца назад
@lucasgroves137
@lucasgroves137

@@Chris.4345 It's usually a waste of time arguing with someone addicted to the moronic abuse of the word _literally._ 🙄

3 месяца назад
@viraxor1903
@viraxor1903

@@lucasgroves137 yeah like literally

2 месяца назад
@merogic +2
@merogic

Diemer just needed that "Play only pawns for 15 turns and win the game" achievement

4 месяца назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Lol :D

4 месяца назад
@OriginalAimbot +2
@OriginalAimbot

I think the algorithm likes him because of the way he says the white and the black.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Lol, I don't think so. One guy told me it is grammatically incorrect, I will try to change that in future analysis.

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@quilisma9102 +1
@quilisma9102

@@castlequeenside no don’t, it’s such a cool quirk, I reckon if u did a poll a fair few viewers would like it.

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

@@quilisma9102 Lol now I am in a dillema.

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@corey7458 +1
@corey7458

Very cool game thanks for showing

9 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Glad you enjoyed it.

9 месяцев назад
@Philantrope +1
@Philantrope

I once witnessed Diemer in a big store when I was a student in Freiburg. He was planning to buy a chess computer and was talking to the promotion guy.

2 месяца назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Wow cool.

2 месяца назад
@ysoserious2846 +1
@ysoserious2846

Just subscribed. Go do not stop. Great game.

Год назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Wow. Thank you so much for kind words. It really means a lot.

Год назад
@bomberbg1249 +4
@bomberbg1249

And he sacrifices HIS PIECES DEVELOPMENT!!!!!!!

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@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Levi 🤣🤣

Год назад
@Free.Speech. +1
@Free.Speech.

Brilliant game and fantastic analysis.

10 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment.

10 месяцев назад
@Venkat635 +2
@Venkat635

Good game, thanks for sharing

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@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Thank you my man.

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@Elev8_UrMind +1
@Elev8_UrMind

This crazy that I never seen this video until now and this is how I set up my board. Pawns are so underrated because everyone wants to use the queen for everything. I use my pawns to trap power pieces

29 дней назад
@castlequeenside +1
@castlequeenside

Thank you for the comment. :) Glad you are using the same tactics.

28 дней назад
@spmack78 +1
@spmack78

This is how chess was played in the classical era. They tried to advance their whole army taking possession of squares like land in a war. I see a lot of very old games similar to this. But usually the back line assist the pawns forward push

7 месяцев назад
@castlequeenside
@castlequeenside

Yes.

7 месяцев назад

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