Attacking Pawn Chains

Attacking Pawn Chains

TigerChess
May 28, 2016, 12:00 AM |
0 | Strategy

Have you ever wondered how grandmasters know when and how to attack?  The key is pawn structure! Pawn chains are some of the most important attacking structures. In this series, learn the core concepts of furious pawn chain assaults in some classic pwn chains!

Attacking Pawn Chains: King's Indian Defense! Do you know one of the most flexible openings against 1.d4? GM Eugene Perelshteyn introduces the theme of powerful attacking pawn chains with a lesson on the King’s Indian Defense. The King's Indian is often the preferred system for aggressive players against the queen’s pawn opening. Perelshteyn shows you all the relevant lines to attack with the signature central pawn chain.

Attacking Pawn Chains: Sicilian Grand Prix! The Sicilian Grand Prix is always good for some crazy pawn action. Perelshteyn shows you the very best ways to attack with one of the most powerful pawn chains in the game. Learn the optimal plans for both sides in this exciting opening which often turns into a race on opposing flanks.

Attacking Pawn Chains: Torre Attack! One of the most exciting and dangerous formations in chess is an attacking pawn chain. Perelshteyn demonstrates how to accomplish a menacing setup in a very common opening, the Torre Attack! Even if you’re an e4-player, you can often achieve this exact pawn chain in your openings as well.

Attacking Through The Center The center is the most important part of the chessboard — the crossroads through which attacks are often launched and defense comes to the rescue. GM Dejan Bojkov demonstrates how to use this vital area of the board to succeed in your own attacks by analyzing an instructive game. Learn how to control, occupy, and exploit the game’s most critical territory.

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