13 - Top 12 Chess Principles | Chess

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1:29 | 01: Move With Purpose
2:30 | 02: Play for the Center
3:50 | 03: Advance Both Center Pawns
4:45 | 04: Develop All the Pieces
5:30 | 05: Castle Early
6:18 | 06: Answer All Threats
7:14 | 07: Look for Double Attacks
8:56 | 08: Work With a Plan
10:10 | 09: Take the Initiative
11:00 | 10: Control Open Lines
12:13 | 11: Simplify When Ahead
13:29 | 12: Play for Mate
14:44 | Practice Practice Practice

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