Wednesday, September 24, 2014

At a chess website a question was asked: How Do YOU Choose a Move?

When in doubt I grap a pawn. However I have learned the hard way, if there is a pawn to grab, there might be a reason for it and that reason could kill me.

Also, when in doubt, I choose a move that would increase the mobility of one of my pieces.

I like to look for ways to get an advantage in the ending, for example getting two bishops against one bishop and one knight, or damaging my opponent's pawn structure. I love endgames by the way. The opening and the middle game are just something I have to endure to get to the endgame.


The History Of Chess Pieces!

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