Tag: good Bishop

Good Bishop, Bad Bishop

A bishop is bad if its movement is severely restricted, usually by one's own pawns blocking the color of squares on which it can move. Conversely, a bishop is good if a player's own pawns are on the other color of squares from the bishop. A player with only one bishop should generally place his...
Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only
Search in content
Filter by Categories
Strategy & Game Review
Chess Openings
Blitz/Bullet Chess
Beginner's Corner
iChess Club
General Chess Articles
×
×