My Rule To Play The Most BRUTAL Chess

My Rule To Play The Most BRUTAL Chess

My Rule To Play The Most BRUTAL Chess

Very often, chess players lack a clear guideline. It’s not that they don’t know the chess rules and strategies, but rather that they know A LOT of them: centralizing the pieces, developing a queen-bishop battery, playing prophylactic moves, and a bunch of other principles. Therefore, the problem is that they don’t know which one to follow in a given position.

In today’s video lesson, I’ll share with you the most important chess rule. Knowing this rule/principle will help you reach the 2000 ELO rating. I used this rule to defeat an International Master by playing the most brutal attacking chess; executing 20 attacking moves in a row. I’ll walk you through my thinking process so that you can replicate it in your own games.

Below, you can find the games shown in the video:

I hope you enjoy reading this blog post.

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