By M. M. Botvinnik
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Each participant has heard the announcing, "Chess is ninety nine percentage strategies. " it's not. it really is ninety nine percentage calculation. yet earlier there hasn't ever been a booklet dedicated solely to this so much mysterious and crucial chess approach. This e-book examines either the technical and useful points of ways to imagine forward -- the choice of candidate strikes, the review of finish positions, discovering the right kind circulation order, and so on.
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The best way to defend such positions is to assume the initiative and keep the opponent on the defensive. 37 pawns, where it will be seen that the Rook at times is used in the same way as in the endings already given. b7-b6, White replies b3-b4. It is on this fact that White builds his plans. He will stop Black's Queenside pawns from advancing, and will then bring his own King to e3. Then in due time he will play d3-d4, and finally e4-e5, or g2-g4-g5, thus forcing an exchange of pawns and obtaining in that way a clear passed pawn on the e-file.
A good example of positional play is shown in the following game. 26 23. Relinquishing the Initiative In the third case, there is nothing to do, once the material advantage is obtained, but to submit to the opponent's attack for a while, and once it has been repulsed to act quickly with all your forces and win on material. A good example of this type of games is given below. 27 I have passed over the game lightly because of its difficult nature, and because we are at present concerned more with the opening and the middle-game than we are with the endings, which will be treated separately.
27 I have passed over the game lightly because of its difficult nature, and because we are at present concerned more with the opening and the middle-game than we are with the endings, which will be treated separately. 24. Cutting Off Pieces from the Scene of Action Very often in a game a master only plays to cut off, so to speak, one of the pieces from the scene of actual conflict. Often a Bishop or a Knight is completely out of action. In such cases we might say that from that moment the game is won, because for all practical purposes there will be one more piece on one side than on the other.