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chessheuristics [2019/03/27 13:47]
yassine chaouche
chessheuristics [2019/11/06 17:31] (current)
yassine chaouche
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 == All pieces == == All pieces ==
  
- - In the opening, don't play the same piece more than once+  ​- In the opening, don't play the same piece more than once
  
  
 == Rooks == == Rooks ==
  
- - Connect rooks +  ​- Connect rooks 
- - Get your rooks on 7th rank +  - Get your rooks on 7th rank 
- - Nothing can stop two rooks on a column +  - Nothing can stop two rooks on a column 
- - Support your passed pawn with a rook below+  - Support your passed pawn with a rook below
  
 == Queen == == Queen ==
    
- - Don't get your queen too early in the game. Develop your pieces first+  ​- Don't get your queen too early in the game. Develop your pieces first
  
 == Bishops == == Bishops ==
  
- - Always play Bf1 (as black) f8 (as white)+  ​- Always play Bf1 (as black) f8 (as white) 
 +  - Bishop pair is stronger than knights pair
  
 == King == == King ==
  
- - Always play king b2 (when castling queen side) +  ​- Always play king b2 (when castling queen side) 
- - Get your king to the center in the endgame, it serves no purpose on the 1st rank.+  - Get your king to the center in the endgame, it serves no purpose on the 1st rank.
  
 == Pawns == == Pawns ==
- - Never play f3 (as white) f6(as black) +  ​- Never play f3 (as white) f6(as black) 
- - Open up the column for your rook, even at the cost of a pawn sacrifice +  - Never play b3 (as white) if you don't fiancheto 
- - Support your knight on d5 by playing e4 +  ​- Open up the column for your rook, even at the cost of a pawn sacrifice 
- - Try go get to e6 (very annoying)+  - Support your knight on d5 by playing e4 
 +  - Try go get to e6 (very annoying) 
    
 == Knights ==  == Knights == 
- - Your Knight belongs to d5 (as white), supported by a pawn+  ​- Your Knight belongs to d5 (as white), supported by a pawn 
  
  

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