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PostSubject: 4 Tips To Guide Your Chess Moves   Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:06 am

When playing any game, there has to be a reason why you decide on making a certain move. It could be to improve your position, corner your opponent and head for a win. Either way if you don’t know which move is the best you will eventually lose. I will give you 4 tips that will guide you on which move to make.

In chess the center part of the board is a position of power. It allow you to easily get on you opponents side and corner his valuable pieces at the same time you can control movements of all minor pieces. Your opponent will want get his Knight and bishop at the center and therefore you should not give him this chance.

As you play the game, watch out how often you move your pawns. Although they are the safest pieces to move, remember they only move in one direction and that is forward. If you rush and go all the way you will not have any guard for your king and queen. Therefore when it comes to the pawns, experts say develop these weak pieces. Meaning that you should move them, only when you are sure that the move is developing or advancing the overall game. This advancement will end with you attacking your opponents’ king.

When playing chess, there are times when you notice your king may be attacked any moment, to keep it safe you will need to castle, meaning that you will put your rook in action. This will include the horse and bishop and the queen if she is not at the back of the rank. If the queen is at the back and you castle this will be a waste of a move, instead use your pawns as first line defense before rushing to castle.

The queen who is very valuable serves many purposes in chess. As you make any move as I said before develop your pawns first. Put the pawn as the guards by placing them closer to the center because losing a pawn is not as serious as a queen. Experts say develop the rooks earlier in the game before heading for the queen. After lining up the rook which include bishop, pawns and knights you can now place the queen behind them all. This way you are sure that she is safe from your opponents’ attacks.

These four moves should be carried out slowly to avoid being attacked prematurely. Keep in mind the queen comes last in the line of defense, use pawns before rushing and castling, develop your pawns as you advance in the game and always maintain the center position of the board. These tips have helped chess beginners get a head in a game and if you follow them you will have an edge. Chess is basically a game of careful analysis and strategy to make it to the end. Go ahead and show others that you also have what it takes to ace chess.





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PostSubject: Re: 4 Tips To Guide Your Chess Moves   Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:18 pm

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PostSubject: Re: 4 Tips To Guide Your Chess Moves   Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:05 pm

mrthought wrote:
When playing any game, there has to be a reason why you decide on making a certain move. It could be to improve your position, corner your opponent and head for a win. Either way if you don’t know which move is the best you will eventually lose. I will give you 4 tips that will guide you on which move to make.

In chess the center part of the board is a position of power. It allow you to easily get on you opponents side and corner his valuable pieces at the same time you can control movements of all minor pieces. Your opponent will want get his Knight and bishop at the center and therefore you should not give him this chance.

As you play the game, watch out how often you move your pawns. Although they are the safest pieces to move, remember they only move in one direction and that is forward. If you rush and go all the way you will not have any guard for your king and queen. Therefore when it comes to the pawns, experts say develop these weak pieces. Meaning that you should move them, only when you are sure that the move is developing or advancing the overall game. This advancement will end with you attacking your opponents’ king.

When playing chess, there are times when you notice your king may be attacked any moment, to keep it safe you will need to castle, meaning that you will put your rook in action. This will include the horse and bishop and the queen if she is not at the back of the rank. If the queen is at the back and you castle this will be a waste of a move, instead use your pawns as first line defense before rushing to castle.

The queen who is very valuable serves many purposes in chess. As you make any move as I said before develop your pawns first. Put the pawn as the guards by placing them closer to the center because losing a pawn is not as serious as a queen. Experts say develop the rooks earlier in the game before heading for the queen. After lining up the rook which include bishop, pawns and knights you can now place the queen behind them all. This way you are sure that she is safe from your opponents’ attacks.

These four moves should be carried out slowly to avoid being attacked prematurely. Keep in mind the queen comes last in the line of defense, use pawns before rushing and castling, develop your pawns as you advance in the game and always maintain the center position of the board. These tips have helped chess beginners get a head in a game and if you follow them you will have an edge. Chess is basically a game of careful analysis and strategy to make it to the end. Go ahead and show others that you also have what it takes to ace chess.




Thank for share !
I thinks This is the best tip for chess






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PostSubject: Re: 4 Tips To Guide Your Chess Moves   Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:29 am

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