This is a series of posts in which I will discuss some of the best chess tactics for beginners to master. The best chess tactics for beginners to master at the very beginning include forks, pins, skewers and sacrifices.
Other chess tactics for beginners to be aware of are different ways of checking the king. These include discovered check, double check and cross check.
Beginners should also make sure they fully understand the en passant rule.
One of the best chess tactics for beginners using chess clocks is time-management. Aim to play your early moves as fast as possible. That way, you will build up a time advantage over your opponent. It will also give you a nice cushion during the middle game. That is when you will probably need to spend more time on crucial moves.
The best chess tactics for beginners who are approaching intermediate level will be dealt with in blog posts and listed here:
- Training Tip 1: The Art of Distraction
- Training Tip 2: Don’t Forget En Passant!
- Training Tip 3: Masked Bishops and Discovered Attacks