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Use pawn majority

activate pieces more aggressively

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  • 13 months ago

    Ronliv

    First game, 12...a5 to undermine his pawn structure and open avenues for the king was the way to go...I had 5 pawns on kingside to his 3...advance the majority pawns to create a passed pawn for the endgame. I should have kept the Bishop on d7 to protect the weak pawn c6. 34...should not have traded pawns as it undoubles his pawns...Kc7 better to keep the pawns blocked...in the second game,10.Ne1 is too passive, Ng5 better...capitalize on the weak f7 pawn...don't be overly cautious without reason...in the third game 20.e5 to open the position was warranted. 24.f4 not a good plan...better was f3 with the idea of Rc1 to attack the queenside pawns...f3, besides solidifying the pawn chain blocks his bishop...

  • 13 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

  • 13 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

  • 13 months ago

    IM attilaturzo

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