5 most important attacking principles


Attack is the best form of defense” is a well-known phrase, and it means that to attack or to strike is the best way to protect oneself. Apparently, this applies to the chess game as well. However, most of the chess players do not know HOW to deliver a successful attack.

 

The art of the attack

 

Today our new guest coach IM Asaf Givon has prepared a very instructive video for you. He will explain to you the most important principles of attacking with an illustrative example.

Attack

In this video, you’ll learn about the following:

 

  • Active pieces and passive pieces
    • Importance of development
      • Control of the center
        • How to plan an attack?
          • How to set the target for your attack? (WHERE and WHAT to attack)
            • What pieces should you include in the attack?
              • Prophylaxis
                • Pawn breakthrough
                  • And lots more…
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                    You can watch the video lesson below:

                     

                    Author information

                    IM Asaf Givon

                     

                    Asaf Givon is an International Master from Kfar Saba, Israel. His age is 22 and playing chess since 7. He is also playing for the Kfar Saba team in the first Israeli Chess League. He got the IM title in 2013, and ever since then, he is on the road to achieve the GM title. He currently has 2 norms.

                     

                    He is teaching chess since he was 16 and he’s always very happy to teach people and to spread his love to the game.

                     

                     

                     

                    P.S. What do you think about our new guest coach IM Asaf Givon? Did you like his lesson? 🙂 Feel free to comment your thoughts below.

                     

                    Quick success in chess

                    • Ernesto Oyanan

                      Very instructive video, i learn something that will further enhance my game. Thanks Sir Igor.

                    • Christos

                      Very well explained video lesson by IM Asaf Givon. I like this lesson. I think that it will help me. Most of the time I have an advantage in my games but I miss powerful moves because I could not recognize the weaknesses of my opponent. You should understand why there is a tactic and not only apply checks captures and threats.

                    • johnny

                      Outstanding!


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