Westfield round 3


  • 3 years ago


    More comments:

    9. d4 - you are castled and reasonably developed. You can go ahead and pick off the pawn on e5. Alternatively, Bg5 would be decent to finish development

    16. f3 - don't weaken your king area. Look how e4 makes a great home for his knight.

    18. Bd7 - You spend several moves to trade your active bishop for his knight stranded on a5. While generally knight = bishop, you have to consider how effective each piece is in a given position. Here, I'd prefer the queen retreat to c2, following by pressure the knight on e4, to push e4 and e5.

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