Strategies in Chess: Opening, Middlegame, and Endgame Tactics

The chess game is on strategies and tactics. There are three steps in a chess game, and each of them is critical.

The first step is the opening, a sequence of movements in which players put their pieces. The opening sequence makes a player overall results. The opening is often designed to support the board of directors, develop the songs, protect the king, and a solid structure Pion. The overall objective is to create a strong position to prepare for the middlegame.

The second step is the middlegame. In the middlegame, players maneuver for position and carry out attacks and counterattacks. The goal is to remove as many pieces as possible opponents and consolidate his own position.

The third stage is known as the final phase. Usually, there are very few pieces left on the table. This is the stage which is considered safe enough for the king to join the fight. When disposing of the pieces, "Chess Piece Item Values' become important. A set of points is assigned to each type of coin. A queen is usually worth 9 points, Rooks five bishops and knights three points each, and pawns. however, the real value and importance of a piece varies according to its position and the stage of the game.

Chess combinations and pitfalls exist in the form of the position of weaknesses in the opponent's pieces. Successful implementation of a strategy of failure depends in part on the position recognizing these weaknesses and exploit them using different methods tactics. Chess combinations usually cover a number of types of tactical methods that many students and give middlegame classify as typical examples of strategic Thursday. These tactics go through exotic names such as pins, forks, skewers, controls have discovered, zwischenzugs, embezzlement, lures, sacrifices, forcing moves, undermining, overweight, and interference.

In the tactical called pin, the opponent's pieces are pinned down. From this it is clear that a song stuck indicates a specific type of the weakness of the opponent positional play that can be used for other benefits.

Another tactic, the fork has a piece being moved so that enemy attack two pieces simultaneously. Such an approach, it is almost impossible for the enemy to protect both pieces under attack and forced to sacrifice a piece if others can be saved. Kebabs are a kind of reverse pin in a piece which is most precious is located in front of a lesser value.

The attack is the discovery of a tactic in which a piece moves and reveals an opponent's piece in a line so that another part could attack.

In the final phase, pawns and kings become important as both sides seek to promote their pawns. Players with more pieces on the left side have an advantage. Controlling the time used by each movement becomes less important than the play remain. Sometimes a player may seem to have a tactical advantage, but not enough pieces left to force a result. When that happens the game is considered a tie because of inadequate equipment.

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