Dragging Down The Central Enemy King - Deepstash

Dragging Down The Central Enemy King

  • Active play at the center against the uncastled king is required.
  • Don't allow it to castle safely.
  • Bring more pieces to the battle area and penetrate.
  • Rip open more lines.

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For chess players, winning a game is everything. To win, one must checkmate the opponent king. But there are not always the opportunity to checkmate the king, instead there are positions whose intricate details can help him conquer the opponent. This book talks about those details that a beginner chess player can understand and an intermediate to expert level player can improve his ratings.

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