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Avoid trading a developed piece for a not developed one

Avoid trading a developed piece for a not developed one

Generally it’s a bad deal to trade a well-positioned piece for a bad-positioned one.

When you trade one of your developed pieces for one of your opponent’s not developed ones, you waste time. The same is true if you trade a piece that has moved a lot for one that your opponent moved only once.

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Place the Queen behind the line of friendly pawns during opening

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Since the Queen is a very powerful piece, it is also very vulnerable to the opponent’s constant attacks.

Therefore, it’s convenient to place it behind a pawn, preferably on the second rank so that the first one is free for Rook development.

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Castle as quickly as possible

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The King in the center will always be very vulnerable to the opponent’s attacks, especially in open positions.

Castling means placing your King comfortably behind a pawn blockade and all...

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