BLACK = LOSS?
Even if you have 8% less chance of remi with black (the "scholars" have found out that you have a 54% chance of at least remi with white pieces-tempo-gaining on them, andthat "you can control the game" since you are a move in front of the black). 8% is nothing comes to mind. ... but! Converts the value of the pieces (9 + 5 + 5 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 39-do you put 4% to 39 points, you see that it amounts to 1.5 pawn!!! How is it possible, you've only the King and 15 pieces?
It is the only theoretically you have 1.5 pawn more, but you can-with a littlecleverness-to force the two double-pawns in black (on the C-and F-row row), the twodouble-pawns are very bad and required a lot of to take care of them. even thoughboth have 7 pawns again as are 2 of the black their useless except to look
after his twofields of ...Theoretically, it is now more than 1.5 white pawns in front of the black sincehe himself only has a double-pawns (probably on the D-row); and it will go along with the double-black's pawn on the C-row. That is, the white pawns on A2, B2, D3,D4, F2, G2, H2, and Black's pawns on
A7, C6, C7, E7. F6, F7, H7. This was a lot ofnumbers,
let me show you with a Board:
But how can one manage to force the two double-pawns? Cunning and wits. Whiteopens the E2-4, black E7-5, springer G1-F3 B8-C6, white bishop F1-B5, G8-F6, whiteD2-3, bishop F8 B4. Let's take a look on the Board a second time:
Who is the best catch on now? Has a white even 1.5 pawns head start? But such aposition is by now had I preferred and played on with white. How can black get out ofthis mess?
Can You put the black checkmark within 15 move?