Bishops Aimed at the King
For most of my games, if I play white, my developments involve a lot of placing both of my bishops on the longest diagonals aiming at the kingside. This is so that it already makes a potential attack on the kingside a lot easier, and it can help create an attack. Sometimes, I will have to reposition my bishops, depending on the situation. For the most part, however, those bishops are a great defensive tool to my queenside, and an amazing offensive tool on the kingside as well. This game I recently played illustrates the power of the bishops aiming for the kingside, and since most people castle kingside, it will end up as an important aspect in a lot of games.
Note: I am a terrible chess player, so don't expect these annotations to be from a professional. They are only from my perspective, and I'm only a chess player who is still currently gaining experience.
Now, as we see, the power of doubled bishops!
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