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Fight for the center

Keep your best pieces on the board

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  • 18 months ago

    Ronliv

    In the first game 11.cxd4 better to control the center. Also by taking with the bishop it gets traded and I lose a good attacking piece. whenever you can have two pawns in the center together that is desirable to launch the attack. In the Second game, the theme is, if you are attacking keep the Queens on the board because it is easier to construct an attack to checkmate...on the other hand if your opponent is on the attack, try and trade Queens to stop the attack in its tracks. Look for pawn moves that open diagonals, files and ranks.

    third game, too aggressive with the knights before completing development and e6 was necessary early to defend. 14...Nc5 to defend e6 before moving the Bishop to e7. Missed last chance to kick the knight back with e6. don't allow enemy pieces to get comfortable in your territory.

  • 18 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

  • 18 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

  • 18 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

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