One move can make a difference. It looks obvious, but I have two different meanings of it. The first is that a move in a game can change the winning side, and the second is, when there is a race situation (for example, a race for promotion at end ... | Read More
After I wrote my first blog entry about "Power of pinning" at http://blog.chess.com/minashokry/power-of-pinning, again, I speak about another common mistake that even some experienced players may make which is weak squares.
A weak square is defin... | Read More
Pinning is one of the most powerful skills of mid-game. Some players don't realize power of pinning. They can easily leave their pieces to be pinned or don't make use of chances to pin opponent's pieces.To players who undervalue pinning, I present... | Read More