A breakthrough of my mind

thinking tactics
Today I got a really nice chess puzzle that makes me review all of my knowledge, or even more important - the way I should think strategically. 🤔 via chess.com The puzzle starts with black makes Na5, white to move. To this day, what I have learned about chess strategies could be shortened into: seek to prevail. There are many shapes of prevail, that is: checkmate the opposite king gain the advantage in trading pieces (sacrifice) take the advantage of space (suppress, narrow the opponent’s scope of activity) promotion Apply to the current situation, white wins one piece (a pawn which means 1 point but it’s just a gambit), a little bit advantage of space (a pawn in d5 followed by Bishop at c4), a bad move of black pawn f7. Read more...

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