IM Silman |
In part one, I discussed a game that I feel is extremely instructive. There were opening nuances, tactics, and the usual highs and lows. But the main thing that fueled the game’s soul was the existence of two potentially weak squares on e5 and f4.
Though neither side paid much attention to it, the truth of the matter is that whomeve took control of those squares was going to win the gam... Read More