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By Sam Collins

Avid gamers who are looking to move at the assault will locate the following a whole, competitive repertoire in line with 1e4. Fifty-one version games-all fresh and not prior to annotated in chess literature-form the guide's middle, and express the best way to deal with the huge variety of attacking positions bobbing up from the instructed traces. With the underlying idea so sincerely defined, chess experts will comprehend precisely why to put the items on sure squares within the given constitution.

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D5!? An interesting pawn sacrifice based on the theme of the unprotected bishop on b7. ¤c3 is safer but offers less winning opportunities. ¤f5 ¤c7 An improvement. ¥c5? ¤g7! b4! ¤g5! Having amassed so many attackers near black's king Kasparov has no intention of concerning himself with the meaningless threats to his rook. Kasparov plays brutally and sacrifices! In order to defeat strong players it is often necessary to engage in spirited and uncompromising hand to hand combat. ¤h7! ¥g5 mate. A vicious and unrelenting attack by Kasparov!

The opposition refers to two kings facing each other with only one square between them in any given direction. The king who does not have the move has the opposition. Whichever king is compelled to move has lost the opposition. This principle is very important. Very often the player with the move will lose the game because he has lost the opposition and cannot prevent the opposing king from penetrating his position. We study more about the opposition and the theory of related squares in our weekly tutorials.

F5 ¤c7 An improvement. ¥c5? ¤g7! b4! ¤g5! Having amassed so many attackers near black's king Kasparov has no intention of concerning himself with the meaningless threats to his rook. Kasparov plays brutally and sacrifices! In order to defeat strong players it is often necessary to engage in spirited and uncompromising hand to hand combat. ¤h7! ¥g5 mate. A vicious and unrelenting attack by Kasparov! [1:0] You Must Attack to Win! Chess, most certainly, is not for the fearful. You must not be afraid of your own shadow.

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