Post Tue Sep 06, 2016 9:47 pm

Breaking chess rules – defying chess strategy

Being a good chess player is not only about following every single chess rule and guideline: it is about understanding that everything in chess is relative.

When we first start learning chess, we are taught that a knight and a bishop are each worth three points. As our knowledge of the game increases, we realize that sometimes bishops are stronger and sometimes knights are stronger.
Even though they both possess the same absolute value, their real value changes depending on the position.

When can we break chess rules? :doh: :doh:

Watch the instructive game played by Alexander Alekhine breaks opening principles to obtain the upper hand.

GO TO THE GAME AND LEARN! :dance: :clap:
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