8 Shocking Facts About the Bishop You Were Never Taught in Chess

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VIDEO DESCRIPTION:

The bishop has no distance constraints for each move but can only move diagonally. It cannot jump over other pieces. Due to its diagonal movement, each bishop always stays on one square color. In this video, I’ll share eight little-known facts about the Bishops. I think that knowing these facts will improve your chess understanding and the effective use of a Bishop.

Study PGN:
CHAPTERS:
00:00 – Intro
00:26 – Fact 1
03:49 – Fact 2
06:35 – Fact 3
09:28 – Fact 4
12:34 – Fact 5
13:08 – Fact 6
13:57 – Fact 7
15:02 – Fact 8

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10 Comments

  1. KaspaChess often says "e.g." when he should say "i.e.":"e.g." is an abbreviated Latin term for β€œexempli gratia”, meaning "for example"; & "i.e." is an abbreviated Latin term "id est", meaning "that is"

  2. Hey guys πŸ‘‹, There's a puzzle to solve at 11:00, let me know what you think. I will shout out your names in my next video. Thank you for your support.

  3. Thanks a lot for this video Kaspa Sir. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ Now I have learnt how to use bishop properly in game… ☺

  4. If I only have 1 move to take the Rook I don't see any move that captures the Rook on white's next move. I don't even see how white can capture the Rook in white's next 2 moves. I am a very literal person so I would have to ask if "win the Rook in 1 move" means the same thing as "capture the Rook in 1 move".

  5. Kg5 traps the Rook. After Rc6 or Rf3 simply Bd5 wins the Rook

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