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Chess is the oldest, and almost certainly the most widely played, board game in the world. 1000’s of books, videos,. The most famous of all checkmates is played by Kasparov and Chessbase calls it “a beautiful combination” and “a tour-de-force”.
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In this topic, you will find a tutorial explaining how to play GM Wesley So for the first time in the Oniceland Game. To begin the game, you will need to move the pieces on the chessboard by clicking the respective piece.
So, giving rise to a defensive opening that threatens checkmate. If White can force Black to have to attack in the centre, Black must play the king side in order to come out better in the end of the game. For this purpose, Black can choose between the Nimzo-Larsen Opening and the Catalan Opening. At the board, though, that creates a dangerous way out for the black king. Due to this, the latter opening is one of the most dangerous opening lines for White in the opening!
A quiet beginning to the opening, the major dangers for White are:
If Black sees this opening, he will have to start thinking along the lines of developing his own kingside very aggressively. A central plan in the opening is to manoeuvre the black king to the edge of the board, in order to utilize the White’s superior central structure. With the help of an attack from the king side, White can neutralize the black central pawn structure, which is very strong in chess. The white pawns are very useful for such a task, because they can threaten the black king on the light squares.
In the following games, we’ll see how an opening move in the Catalan will create a very potent attack for White.
This move is a variation of the key concept of Black’s opening. As a reminder, a move is called a Â…”Sacrificial” when, instead of developing its own pawn structure, it creates a very weak position on the board with the aim to get some points.
An important point is, that for the attack to work out, White must try to establish a central structure, a structure with a lot of weaknesses and possibilities for the black king to attack. The central structure that we are speaking of, should contain an active bishop that can take effect on the queenside or the kingside. This structure is created by 3 files of pawns.
Checkmate Exercises from the book “1000 Checkmate Combinations”. Used with permission by The Chess Library.Categories:
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