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Secret chess strategies that will change your game forever

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By Temoor DarPublished 4 months ago 3 min read

Chess — is a game that captures the minds of millions of people around the world. But what if I tell you that there are secret strategies that can completely change your game and help you become an invincible chess player? In this exciting article, we will reveal to you some amazing and powerful strategies that will not only improve your level of understanding of chess, but also increase your playing power to unprecedented heights.

"Phantom Plan": The secret to success in chess is the ability to make long-term plans and deceive your opponent. "The Phantom Plan — is a tactic in which you consciously create the illusion of a certain direction of your game, while your real plan is deployed in another part of the board. This strategy allows you to get the enemy to respond to your fake plan and creates the opportunity for successful combinations and counterattacks.

"Temporary sacrifice": Sometimes, in order to achieve more, you must temporarily sacrifice a figure or pawn. "Temporary Victim" — is a tactic in which you consciously donate material to create pressure and strengthen your position. This strategy allows you to open lines for your figures, as well as create offensive opportunities that will lead to compensation for the victim and even to win the game.

"Chess Jedi": In addition to the technical aspects of chess, it is important to be able to read the thoughts of your opponent and predict his intentions. "Chess Jedi — is a strategy based on an understanding of psychology and intuition. Learn your opponent, pay attention to his preferences and weaknesses in order to apply the necessary tactics and manage the progress of the party.

"Superposition of pawns": Pawns — are the most numerous pieces on the board, and skillful management of them can give you an advantage. "Superposition of pawns" — is a strategy based on the creation of connected and strong pedestrian chains on the board. Such chains are highly mobile and control key positions, which creates threats and pressure on the enemy.

"Deep compositions": Finally, great chess players always think a few moves forward and see the interaction of figures on the board. "Deep compositions" — is a strategy that consists in anticipating the effects of moves and creating complex combinations. Learn to think deeper and analyze many options to create positions that will lead you to victory.

Conclusion: Mastering these secret chess strategies can completely change your game and help you become an advanced player of chess. Remember that practice, learning classical parties and analyzing mistakes are also important components of your efforts. Discover the new horizons of the chess world and reach incredible heights in your game using these amazing strategies!

In chess, all moves are known. That is, how the figures walk, how the pawns walk - all this is available in the rules for playing chess. There are no specific secrets here, and there can be none. But in a particular position there are such moves that not every person can handle. There are such difficult positions where it is not clear what to do or where to go. This is where the power of the chess player affects. The better the chess player understands the position, the stronger the moves he makes, and, accordingly, the stronger he plays. That's the whole secret and art of playing chess.

Some interesting notes to take from chess history

Gambit with candles and talk at the board

The tricks in chess have been known for a long time. Back in the 15th century, the Spanish grandmaster Juan Ramirez Lusen advised to seat his partner in a way so that the candle light interfered with him. According to him, this will ensure a quick victory.

Another technique directly prohibited FIDE, – talking at the board. However, even in modern history there are examples where chess players could not keep their mouths shut. In 1967, Eduard Guffeld in a party with Nikolai Krogius constantly reminded him to consider the moves. Such tactics brought Gufeld victory.

You can shoot down an opponent in other, completely legal ways, for example, constantly offer an aggressive opponent a draw. Often you can interfere with your competitor completely unintentionally. So, many chess players, for example Tigran Petrosyan, in moments of excitement sorted their feet under the table. This habit at one of the tournaments freaked out the famous « evil chess player » – four-time champion of the USSR Viktor Korky. He asked the judge to intervene, but he ignored his request. Then Korkhoe had to put things in order under the « table with his own feet ».

What strategies or things from history you did not know from here, share your opinion in the comments, it will be interesting to read your comments.

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Temoor Dar

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