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Know Your Chess Pieces’ Value to Triumph
Know Your Chess Pieces’ Value to Triumph
Take up the Powerful Closed Sicilian
Take up the Powerful Closed Sicilian
Quickly Learn How the Chess Pieces Move
Quickly Learn How the Chess Pieces Move
Setting up a Chessboard Made Real Easy
Setting up a Chessboard Made Real Easy
Play the Ruy Lopez and Become a Better Player
Play the Ruy Lopez and Become a Better Player
Play the Ruy Lopez and Become a Better Player
June 23, 2022
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Play the Ruy Lopez and Become a Better Player

The Ruy Lopez chess opening has long been seen as white's best chance for an advantage after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6. Many top players and coaches believe your improvement as a chess player depends on your understanding of the Ruy Lopez chess opening. The Ruy Lopez teaches you a lot about the classical principles of the chess opening, and the Closed Variation, with 9 h3, will deepen your understanding of chess. No matter which side of the Ruy Lopez you find yourself on, you will learn much about chess. Of course, an opening with as much history as the Ruy Lopez will have acquired a large amount of theory. Do not let this stop you from playing one of the most respected chess openings, but take your time and enjoy every small step towards mastering the opening.
Know Your Chess Pieces’ Value to Triumph
June 23, 2022
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Know Your Chess Pieces’ Value to Triumph

Every chess player learns their chess pieces' value early. This value system is one of the fundamentals we must know if we are to avoid losing material. When you know that a rook is worth five points and a bishop three points, you won’t exchange a rook for a bishop without considering other factors. The chess pieces’ value is the foundation of our play as beginners. In light of this, getting a firm grasp on the chess pieces’ value is essential. More important is getting a genuine value for the chess pieces. There are times when their value increases and, at other times, diminishes. The knowledge of your chess pieces’ value must get used wisely.
Quickly Learn How the Chess Pieces Move
June 16, 2022
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Quickly Learn How the Chess Pieces Move

How Each of the Chess Piece Moves When learning how the chess pieces move, we will continue working through the pieces from the outside in - rooks, knights, bishops, queen, and king. Every piece in chess has a unique way of moving. The king and pawn also have special moves only they can perform. Pawn - except for its first move, the pawn moves one square forward. On its first move, the pawn can move two squares forward. Be careful when advancing your pawn two squares because it can become a victim of the en passant rule. The en passant rule states that if a pawn advances two squares past an opponent’s pawn on the fifth rank, the opponent may capture it as if it had moved one square.
Take up the Powerful Closed Sicilian
June 16, 2022
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Take up the Powerful Closed Sicilian

Take up the Powerful Closed Sicilian Are you looking for a way around the swamp of theory making up the Open Sicilian? The Closed Sicilian allows you to bypass razor-sharp lines of theory without sacrificing your winning chances. Finally, you can learn a system to take down the powerful Sicilian Defense that won’t give you a headache or stress you out.
Setting up a Chessboard Made Real Easy
June 2, 2022
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Setting up a Chessboard Made Real Easy

The two most important things to remember when you set up a chessboard are to first set the board with the light square in the right-hand corner. Then you begin setting the pieces on the board from the outside in, starting with the three pieces that you get two of - rooks, bishops, and knights. The only other thing to remember is to place the queen on a square of her color. That means the white queen goes on the light square and the black queen on a dark square. Now that you have learned how to set up the chessboard, the next step is to learn how the pieces move. Like setting up a chessboard, this is easier than it looks.