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Some Helpful Tips for Young #Chess Players

December 3, 2018

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It’s always a fun occasion to play with a handicap against my students. The game below was played at time odds(5 mintues – 1 minute) and I also spotted my opponent a rook. I present the game below with some practical advice for young attacking chess players.

[Event “blitz at rook and time odds”]
[Site “Fremont, California (USA)”]
[Date “2018.1.30”]
[Round “”]
[White “Torres, Chris”]
[Black “Student”]
[Result “1-0”]
[Eco “”]
[Annotator “Chris Torres”]
[SetUp “1”]
[FEN “rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/1NBQKBNR w Kkq – 0 1”]

1.e4

PracticalAdvice1

Open with a center pawn.

1… c5

2.Nf3

PracticalAdvice2

Knights before bishops.

2… Nc6

3.d4

PracticalAdvice3

Play open games by avoiding locked pawn centers.

3… cxd4

4.c3

PracticalAdvice4

Play chess rather than openings.

4… dxc3

5.Nxc3

PracticalAdvice5

Strive to control the center and lead in development.

5… d6

6.Bc4

PracticalAdvice6

Develop with threats against under-protected pieces/pawns and critical squares.

6… g6

7.e5

PracticalAdvice7

Remember that tactics usually favor the player with the better pieces.

7… dxe5

8.Qxd8+

PracticalAdvice8

Always analyze the checks, captures and threats.

8… Nxd8

9.Nb5

PracticalAdvice9

Seek threats that maintain the initiative.

9.. Kd7 {?}

10.Nxe5+ {!}

PracticalAdvice10

Punish mistakes severely.

10… Ke8

11.Nc7#

PracticalAdvice11

Most Important! Always shake hands and offer to help your opponent realize why he/she lost.

 

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