GM DanielNaroditsky |
As beginners, we learn myriad principles that guide our chess development and steer us away from common positional vices:
Develop knights before bishops.
Do not move a piece twice in the opening unless strictly necessary.
Knights on the rim are grim.
Rooks go behind passed pawns.
However, what defines a player's strength is not so much his ability to obey these precepts, but his... Read More