The lesson even included handouts to be used for a similar type study – that can be done at home.
It is just as important to also learn 'how to learn' chess.
Ok, back to our blog lesson. Go back one article to the diagram posted there. Set that up on your board. It is White’s move. Have we studied this position? If not, take a look for a few minutes, then read the notes from last time.
Also consider that if White does plan on attacking down the center, maybe he should be thinking of ways of preventing Black’s king from fleeing the center – probably with a maneuver of g6, Bg7 and then O-O. How does White prevent that? Can White prevent it?
- Ba3 !?
- …… Rc8?
|White to move. Find the best move!|