Tactics is a probably single and most important element at chess. Oftentimes, it is something that decides if one wins or loses the game. Chess players spend a lot of time working on tactics by solving chess studies, puzzles, etc. That, however, doesn’t address one very common issues that club players are having. They are simply not aware of certain types of tactics. The only way to learn it, is by actually seeing it in game. In today’s article you will see some of the “sophisticated” grandmaster tactics, that you can apply in your own games. Let’s get started.
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