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Some tactics in chess

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Strike double and draw

Double strike: The tactic of attacking two targets simultaneously with one piece. Including catch double, call will take catch, call kill with catch, etc., hit double is the most commonly used tactical means in actual combat, because the other side can not take into account both, inevitably lose the force, generally combined with other tactics such as introduction, elimination protection and so on.

The double attack tactic is also called the double catch tactic, which is the basic tactic commonly used in the end game of chess. It includes a son attacking the other side at the same time two sons or a son and a soldier, two sons to capture the other side two sons or a son and a soldier and other forms of expression.

From the tactical classification, capturing double is essentially a kind of double or double attack, but it has its own characteristics, that is, the target of the attack is the two pieces or soldiers of the other side. From the point of view of the tactical theme, catching two is often said in China's ancient military art of "two birds with one stone". The result of a two-player strategy is often that one side wins and the other side loses.

Therefore, it is a common means to obtain the advantage of the particle force. In the opening stage, although the use of the double catch tactic is relatively rare, but sometimes due to a series of mandatory results, it can also cause the opportunity to catch double.

This situation is difficult to avoid even in the game of high-level chess players. The tactics of pumping will be to attack two targets at the same time after one party's activity, one side of the general and one side of the catch. In order to respond, the other side has to give up the captured pieces or soldiers, suffering a loss of force.

Therefore, the pummeling tactic is a very powerful one in the double tactics, which aims to directly destroy the opponent's effective force and seize the advantage of the component force.

If you can understand the meaning of "killing two birds with one stone", you will use the double tactics and draw the tactics to the match, so that the other side will pay attention to this and lose that. Then victory will always be yours.

2. Diversionary tactics

Diversionary: A tactic in which one side's long-range element (rear, rookay, or elephant) attacks an opponent's shielded piece on a straight, horizontal, or diagonal line, rendering it immobile or difficult to move.

Diversionary tactics is one of the most commonly used tactics in chess matches, and the opening stage is no exception. By using one's own force to restrain the other's force, it loses its freedom of activity and falls into a passive position.

At this time, the active containment party, in order to better play a role, seize the opportunity to encircle and destroy the pinned pieces, or concentrate superior forces to attack the weak link. The diversionary tactics have the forms of full diversionary, half diversionary and dark diversionary.

If the king is behind the pinned piece, then it completely loses its freedom of activity, which is called full pinned.


3. Eliminate protective tactics

Elimination protection: The tactic of eliminating the protection of an opposing piece by coercive means. Elimination protection tactics, also known as elimination defense tactics, is a tactic that can destroy the coordination of the other party's forces by directly eating the other party's defenders or roots.

It is often used when attacking the king or creating a long general situation, and sometimes it is also used in the mixing of children. Only by correctly understanding and applying the idea of abandoning children and giving up small ones can we correctly use the tactics of eliminating protection and achieve the final victory.

4. Blocking tactics

Blocking: The tactic of getting one of your own pieces into the path of the opponent's far-range pieces and preventing them from protecting other pieces or critical squares. Interception tactics, also known as interception tactics, are tactics that can destroy the coordination of the other side's component forces and limit the effect of the other side's component forces. Interception tactics often take the means of abandoning the component to cut off the contact between the other side's pieces or block the path of their attack.

This tactic is used in the middle game or the transition from the opening to the middle game. If the intercepted pieces have a lower value than the intercepted pieces and have the support of their own pieces, they can force the other side to exchange large pieces for small pieces. It is often used in combination with other tactics, such as leading away, introducing, exploiting the weakness of the bottom line, etc., and has the characteristics of both offense and defense.

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