07/02/2017 (Sun) 09:36:42
Also if you're really a beginner here are some tips:
As a beginner your most important asset is the Queen for her versatility. You have to be careful because if you lose it, you're done.
An advanced beginner will realize however taht with risking the Queen he'll get greater/faster rewards.
So learn how to play the Queen well.
Next step for an expert beginner will be the learning to play with your officers because they are even greater assets then the Queen if you can coordinate their moves. Most of the time you should thrive to move them out of their places and concentrate on one side or the other to overpower the opponent and gain some advantage. It's like warfare: numerical superiority gives you an edge over the opponent.
Oslo that's been said keep in mind that capturing (is this how it's called in English? we call it "hitting down") the opponent's pieces isn't always the best course of action. The purpose of the game is not capturing pieces but give checkmate to the King. So maybe there's a better move which gives you tactical advantage you can exploit for greater rewards (like a checkmate, or capturing a more valued piece like the Queen). Or maybe a seemingly unguarded piece could be a trap, which could lead you losing a more valued piece or the opponent could gain a tactical advantage. And so on.>>8643>I was around 1600,>below 1000 >below 1300
I don't even know what's that mean.