Share Your Best Chess Moves Here
What chess moves get you on the front foot right from the gun? Do you like to rip into the enemy right from the start? Or do you prefer to get your own house in order first before slowly grinding your opponent down, strangling the life out of his position? Are you a python or a cobra?
Let's hear about your tactical tricks in the middlegame. How you scheme towards winning exchanges. How do you maneuver your pieces onto the best squares?Share your best tips
for pushing home an advantage in the endgame. How do you close the deal? You know the rules now, how to move the King
and all the rest. Let's get you starting to think about strategy.
Chess Moves: Tal - Averkin (Moscow, 1973); The Magician from Riga was in a long absorbing tussle here with tactical threats from both players lurking beneath the surface all the way through. The game is decided in White's favor by 70.Nd5. Black can't escape # without material loss.
Some of our fondest wins are the ones where we are in a tough, even contest against a determined opponent. It's hard to see how to create an advantage, a winning advantage.
Then we put it together. A cleverly disguised tactical maneuver. We manage to set the trap without raising the suspicions of our opponent. Finally we spring the trap.
A three to four move combination. We may even sacrifice a piece in it's duration. At the end is a checkmate. Or a big material gain. Or a winning positional edge. Have you ever put together a killer combination?
Know Some Terrifying Chess Move Combinations?
Know some chess moves and combinations to get the initiative in the game? Little tips and tricks that win a piece from an unsuspecting opponent? Share a game you played where you hatched a clever tactical plan and won material. Or a decisive positional edge. If you prefer you can share a game played by a master containing good tactical tricks. Share your Terrifying Chess Move Combinations.
Chess Moves that Rock by other Lapocites
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You can share tips and tricks, you can pick some up. Chess is about recognizing familiar patterns that come up time and again. Get a feel for what chess moves work and which ones don't. What's on, what's not.
It's also quite useful to learn these little combos because when you start out in chess your opponents will try them on you. And when you've learned them you can try them out on your opponents.
If you're still just learning how to play, how to move the pieces, don't worry. You're right where you need to be. First things first. Get to grips with the basic chess rules