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In part one of this topic we covered some of the theory of the Piece Exchange Technique. The right piece...
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Everybody likes beautiful combinations and sacrifices, but it is also possible to win the game just with the right piece...
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Development is the process of bringing pieces into the game from their initial positions. It is very important to develop...
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The rook is a very powerful piece with as large a range as the bishop, but it is even stronger...
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A pawn is isolated if it does not have friendly pawns on the adjacent files. Strategically, an isolated pawn is...
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This discussion applies to weak pawns in the middle game just as much as weak pawns in the endgame. A...
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There are many types of centers: closed, semi open, and open. These can be either dynamic or static. The closed...
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Rook and knight versus two rooks is probably one of the most difficult endgames players have to face over the...
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The quickest route to win in chess is checkmate. Amateurs commit the mistake of attacking the king in every single...
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One of the most difficult positions for amateur players to take advantage of is the weak square complex. A weak...
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This is one of the most important principles of chess strategy, and it has been successfully used by all the...
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Passed pawns are pawns that do not have opposing pawns in front of them on adjacent files. A passed pawn...
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