Techniques of Positional Play: Technique No. 9

TheAdvocate
TheAdvocate
Sep 8, 2014, 8:54 AM |
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From the book of the same name, these are puzzle-formatted games made with the purpose of helping me to replay through positions "Guess-the-move" style.

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Techniques of Positonal Play
Technique No. 9
The "simulated" pawn exchange

"Here we are describing the following: supported by a neighbouring pawn, a pawn advances, allowsitself to be captured by an opposing infantryman—and what about the neighbouring pawn? It does not recapture—it quite suddenly pushes forward!"