If you liked Piercing Pins, then you'll love the Scintillating Skewer! Skewers are very similar to pins, but they are their own kind of exotic animal. Tune in to find out just what a Skewer is, and start making them in your own games!
Now that we're Pin Professors it's time to once again apply the knowledge that we've gained to our favorite Giuoco Piano opening and once again crush the black castle through long term pressure and most importantly precise use of our piercing pin!
Sometimes quick results aren't the only way to benefit from a Piercing Pin. Pins are also super useful for putting on "long term pressure." Not sure what that means? Well, tune in to see how white uses a single pin to slowly rip open the black castle and then deliver checkmate!
What happens when both sides try to pin each other to death? Many of you may have wondered what happens when pin meets pin on the battlefield. Wonder no longer and tune in to see a game with pins everywhere!
Now that we've learned the ins and outs of pins and how to use them, it's time to look at an amazing game where a series of painful pins crushes Black's game and leavings him wondering where it all went wrong. Tune in to see the pin in action, and to learn just how devastating a pin can be in the hands of a master!
This whole time we've been talking about one thing that we've called a pin, but it turns out that there are TWO different types of pins in chess: absolute and relative pins. Watch as David explains the difference between the two, and why you have to be very careful to keep track of which type of pin you are making.
Last time we learned how to "break pins" to defend ourselves from their paralyzing beams. However, there are some other techniques for wriggling out of pesky pins. Are you ready to "escape the pin"? Yes? So what are you waiting for?? Tune in to expand your defensive repertoire, and increase your knowledge of the piercing pin!
Now that we've learned all kinds of dastardly, devious and utterly devastating ways to use pins to our advantage, it's about time we learned how to defend ourselves against pins, just in case they ever happen to us! Tune in and discover the secrets to "breaking the pin"!!
Pins have all sorts of uses and it's time for you to learn how to use a pin to undermine the defenses of your opponent. Tune in to find out why "the pinned piece does not protect" and learn how to use this fact in your own games!
We're back and we're still ganging up on poor pinned pieces. This time, instead of "attacking the pinned piece", we're going to "pin the attacked piece". The ways to win pinned pieces are just piling up, aren't they?