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Principles of Attacking & Defending | Chess

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okay guys we're gonna talk about

attacking defense but in the most

rudimentary way possible because this is

really what chess is all about volumes

have been written about attack and

defense but we're gonna deal with this

like I said in the most straightforward

way let's say white does efore maybe the

most common opening move in chess black

goes 'if I've now the most logical and

probably the most expected continuation

is Knight to f3 why because we need to

develop our pieces our bishops and our

Knights immediately so why not develop

the knight that attacks black central

pawn now this could be defended in a few

ways we could go for example Bishop d6

but that's not something that you're

likely to see a strong player do because

you're blocking your Queens pawn and

therefore your Queens Bishop and it's