Q. Which of the central squares are more important – d4, d5, e4 or e5? As a point of reference, let’s say the player is playing White. Can you explain why? A. That depends if you playing so-called light squared game or dark squared game – which basically means what squares you are trying to […]
The main idea of pretty much any chess opening is to develop pieces as quickly and effectively as possible. Here are some basic principles for white which can be applied to most opening situations in the world.
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