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Monday, January 21, 2019
What\'s the best approach of play in chess?
I think it's a good question because of it's amount of multiple answers. What I think is that good amateurs prefer to play in a positionnal approach, because it's more easy to get into it, and the more better you are, the more chances you'll play tactical chess, at least I know more GM which plays like Kasparov than GM which plays like Karpov. Maybe I am wrong, but that's my point : I want to see if it's a general rule that can give you indications on your opponent.
1. PDJMDS says: Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Sacrifice all your pieces for no good reason. Then run around the table singing hallelujah (this doesn't work for internet chess). This will confuse you opponent so much they will resign and leave the room in tears.
2. PDJMDS says: Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Don't tell anyone though. This has been winning me games for years. I don't want my secret to get out.
3. ajlilv says: Thursday, May 20, 2010
I think basic is tactics, but when your are playing with an equal opponent tactics is not enought and is just risky, that's why in time you try playing more solid and get a better position at first and then to attack. I am pretty sure that every GM is much stronger than an average master also in a positional game, but tactics is what you can see always in a party and it is harder to understand the positional part of the game. You need much more time to get into positional game and there are no much players like Kapablanca or Karpov who can overplay their opponents in that style, because it requests very deep analysis of a position (why is it the weakest side of chess programms?). Style is not what you choose but it depends on your abilities. But anyway it is the best when all skills are balanced on example of Alekhine, Fisher (I think either Kasparov) and lastly Anand!
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