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Colingohmann98

this is a drill interestingly enough. You start in this position as white and black is in the starting position. Stockfish is on its highest level. Its pretty tricky to win actually because you need to attack before stockfish equalizes

 

Prashant_1947

I've reached this position Many times when my opponant tries double fianchetto , but idk what to do next

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Prashant_1947

Smositional wrote:

Prashant_1947 wrote:

I've reached this position Many times when my opponant tries double fianchetto , but idk what to do next

I feel ya. Against the double fianchetto I play the pawnstorm with g4, h4-h5, Bh6.

But in the position above white has an advantage but the plan isn't so clear to me. 

Planning is something i want to learn... I try to learn from live games on chess.com but they're too damn fast for me to understand. Grandmasters games are useless for me as they keep changing their plans. when i try to watch videos online , they play sicilian and QGD which is much different than my equilibrium games....

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Colingohmann98

yeah that's true. I sometimes struggle with long time controls because it takes a lot more mental endurance than blitz and bullet.

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chessbased

/this is basically attacking position,you should try to checkmate the opponent king.

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Colingohmann98

 If black's king is already castled, then checkmating is not straightforward with the position above. However, you can gain a huge spatial advantage and should be able to win that way. If blacks king is in the center, then you want to do everything in your power to open up the center to attack black's king before he castles. this may even involve sacrificing a minor piecee if the position calls for it

 

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jonathanpiano13
Well, it depends on the position of the black pieces and their pawn structure.
Colingohmann98

here's a game that I was way ahead in develop because my opponent misplayed to opening. I ending up getting a draw but as you can see by move 22 I was crippling black's position
 

Prashant_1947

Smositional wrote:

Prashant_1947 wrote:
Smositional wrote:
Prashant_1947 wrote:

I've reached this position Many times when my opponant tries double fianchetto , but idk what to do next

I feel ya. Against the double fianchetto I play the pawnstorm with g4, h4-h5, Bh6.

But in the position above white has an advantage but the plan isn't so clear to me. 

Planning is something i want to learn... I try to learn from live games on chess.com but they're too damn fast for me to understand. Grandmasters games are useless for me as they keep changing their plans. when i try to watch videos online , they play sicilian and QGD which is much different than my equilibrium games....

Do you go to a chess club. I play standard time controls there. Playing long time controls is important because you have more time to apply the things you've learnt in the books for example candidate moves, evaluation of a position etc.

I've never been to chess clubs. I dont even know what happens in chess clubs.I heard theres a chess club in my city but never thought about joining it. I play with my dad or sister who just play for fun...

GoPikachu

that is just a goal to try and get, most players will almost never get to it and as you get better you find yourself doing other openings..

 

I think when you get to something like this you try to control the center

BatTransylvania

Once the queen is taken away, there isn't no way to survive the chess game!

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